- a city in W Oregon.
- a male given name: from a Greek word meaning “wellborn.”
- PrinceFrançois Eugène de Savoie-Carignan, 1663–1736, Austrian general, born in France.
or Eu·gene I
- Saint,died a.d. 657, pope 654–657.
or Eugene II
- died a.d. 827, Italian ecclesiastic: pope 824–827.
or Eugene III
- Bernardo Pignatelli or Paganelli, died 1153, Italian ecclesiastic: pope 1145–53.
or Eugene IV
- Gabriele or Gabriel Condolmieri or Condulmer, 1383–1447, Italian ecclesiastic: pope 1431–47.
Examples from the Web for eugene
Contemporary Examples of eugene
Their last hope for saving humanity, Eugene, turned out to be a liar with no idea how to stop the zombie virus.‘Walking Dead’ Showrunner Scott Gimple Teases ‘Darker, Weirder’ Times Ahead
December 2, 2014
Sxities icon Eugene McCarthy spent his final years warning about the negative impact of unfettered immigration.The Liberal Case Against Illegal Immigration
November 25, 2014
Getting Eugene to Washington, we learn, was the only reason Abraham is alive.The Walking Dead’s ‘Self Help’: A Grim Show Displays Its Comedy Streak, and A Major Reveal
November 10, 2014
Col. Byrne was the father of Eugene Byrne, the West Point cadet who died recently from injuries received in a football game.When West Point Football Turned Fatal
October 30, 2014
What they got was, in the evocate words of Ben Franklin, a “Prince Eugene” who had “eaten a Pudding Bagg.”Life, Liberty, and the Founding Fathers’ Pursuit of Hoppiness
July 4, 2014
Historical Examples of eugene
She answered Eugene Snow's every question unhesitatingly and comprehensively.Her Father's Daughter
Eugene is a happy fellow, and I have no doubt that she will be happy too.Vivian Grey
Earl of Beaconsfield, Benjamin Disraeli
She married Eugene Rougon, to whom she brought a considerable fortune.
His house was the first thrown open to Eugene Rougon on his arrival in Paris.
Prince Eugene had taken all the boats that we had upon the river.The Memoirs of Louis XIV., His Court and The Regency, Complete
Duc de Saint-Simon
- Prince, title of François Eugène de Savoie-Carignan. 1663–1736, Austrian general, born in France: with Marlborough defeated the French at Blenheim (1704), Oudenaarde (1708), and Malplaquet (1709)
masc. proper name, from French Eugène, from Latin Eugenius, from Greek Eugenios, from eugenes "well-born" (see eugenics).