Eustace

Eustace is the rendition in English of two phonetically similar Greek given names:

  • Εὔσταχυς (Eústachys) meaning "fruitful", "fecund"; literally "abundant in grain""; its Latin equivalents are Fæcundus/Fecundus
  • Εὐστάθιος (Eustáthios) meaning "steadfast", "stable"; literally "possessing good stability"; its exact Latin equivalents are Constans and its derivatives, Constantius and Constantinus

Equivalents in other languages include Ostap (Ukrainian) Eustachy (Polish, Russian), Yevstaphiy (Russian), Eustachio (Italian), Eustache or Eustathe (French), Ustes (Guyanese) and Eustice (English).
The Greek Eústachys is no longer used; Eustáthios (usually transliterated Efstáthios) on the other hand is still popular and often used in the informal or diminutive (Státhis).

It may refer to the following:

Read more about Eustace:  Fictional Characters

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Eustace - Fictional Characters
... Eustace Clarence Scrubb, The Chronicles of Narnia Eustace Strytch, The Adventures of Jimmy Neutron Boy Genius Eustace Bagge, Courage the Cowardly Dog Eustace ...
List Of Courage The Cowardly Dog Characters - Major Recurring Characters - Horst Bagge
... Horst Bagge is Eustace's deceased older brother, who at times drives the plot in certain episodes ... and a flashback in the episode "Farmer Hunter, Farmer Hunted" depicts a young Eustace being brutally bullied and taunted by Horst ... Eustace retains these negative memories of Horst (which may explain his mean attitude today) ...
Steven Harris (cartoonist) - Career
... Harris also authored the long-running web comics Paper Cuts and Eustace, both published on H2G2 under the pseudonym spimcoot ... His novel length version of the Eustace comics, 'Eustace', was published in hardback by Jonathan Cape in March 2013 ... He is currently writing the second book in the Eustace trilogy ...
Dudley Eustace
... Dudley Eustace is an English businessman, having many executive functions in Dutch companies ... Eustace is currently the Chairman of AEGON and VNU, now called The Nielsen Company ...
Constance Of France, Countess Of Toulouse - First Marriage
... In 1140, Constance married Eustace IV, Count of Boulogne ... Eustace was knighted in 1147, at which date he was probably from sixteen to eighteen years of age ... The couple had no children and Eustace died in 1153, aged between 17–26 ...