This name derives from the Ancient Greek “Eugénios (Εὐγένῐος),” composed of two elements: “eû (εὖ)” (well) plus “gen- (γεν-) gígnomai (γίγνομαι)” (to come into being, to be born, to become). In turn, the name means “well-born, well come.” The name was not very common in Western Europe during the middle ages, and its use was intensified later thanks to the fame of Prince Eugene of Savoy. Prince Eugene of Savoy was one of the most successful military commanders in modern European history, rising to the highest state offices at the Imperial court in Vienna. Born in Paris, Eugene grew up around the French court of King Louis XIV. Blessed Eugenia Smet (1825–1871) founded the Holy Souls’ Helpers’ Society in 1856. Her feast day is 7 February. Pope Eugenius I († 657), also known as Eugene I, was Pope from 10 August 654 to his death in 657 and was originally from Rome.
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New Age Curiosities
Numerological Values: #2
If a person's name-number is 2, he is considered to be co-operative and highly adaptable to any circumstance in life. 2 is associated with teamwork, mediating and working for the goodness of others. People with the name-number 2 tend to be good friends and are kind, helpful individuals.
Chakra Number: #2 Sacral Chakra "Swadhisthana"
Orange is the color of your second chakra, which is located bellow the navel. The main energy of this color is creativity and feelings. Explore the color of your sacral chakra in depth and discover the gifts and challenges of orange color.
Color meaning: Orange
The color orange radiates warmth and happiness, combining the physical energy and stimulation of red with the cheerfulness of yellow. Orange relates to 'gut reaction' or our gut instincts, as opposed to the physical reaction of red or the mental reaction of yellow. Orange offers emotional strength in difficult times. It helps us to bounce back from disappointments and despair, assisting in recovery from grief.