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Eû Nī́Kē > EUNíKE

This name derives from the Ancient Greek name “Euníke (Ευνίκη)”, composed of two elements: “eû ‎(εὖ)” (well) plus “nī́kē ‎(νῑ́κη)” (victory, success). In turn the name means “good victory”. The name appears in the Bible, where it is brought by the mother of Saint Timothy (in the same letter is also the name of Lois, his grandmother). As an English name, its use began after the Protestant Reformation.

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