Eustace









Eustace


Eustace [yoo-stuh s] Examples noun

  1. a male given name: from a Greek word meaning “steadfast.”

Examples from the Web for eustace Historical Examples of eustace

  • Primrose is now almost a young lady, and, Eustace tells me, is just as saucy as ever.

    Tanglewood Tales

    Nathaniel Hawthorne

  • Put your arms round Eustace’s neck,—your own Eustace that’s so fond of you.

    The Incomplete Amorist

    E. Nesbit

  • The one is that they should journey to La Rochelle, in charge of yourself and Eustace.

    Saint Bartholomew’s Eve

    G. A. Henty

  • If not, you and Eustace must start back with them, travelling slowly.

    Saint Bartholomew’s Eve

    G. A. Henty

  • “You will have plenty to do, while we are away,” Philip said to Eustace.

    Saint Bartholomew’s Eve

    G. A. Henty

  • Word Origin and History for eustace Eustace

    masc. proper name, from Old French Eustace (Modern French Eustache), from Latin Eustachius, probably from Greek eustakhos “fruitful,” from eu “well” (see eu-) + stakhys “ear (of grain);” see spike (n.1).

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