Proper noun
  1. A female given name, variant of Eugenia via French Eugénie.
    • 1936 Margaret Mitchell: Gone With the Wind:
      The name agreed upon the child was Eugenie Victoria, but that afternoon Melanie unwittingly bestowed a name that clung, even as "Pittypat" had blotted out all memory of Sarah Jane. - - - And Bonnie she became until even her parents did not recall that she had been named for two queens.

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