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Name Root:
eû stákhus / stákhūs > Eustáthios / Eústakhus
This name derives from the Ancient Greek “Eustáthios (Εὐστάθιος) Eústakhus (Εὔστᾰχῠς),” composed of two elements: “eû ‎(εὖ)” (well) plus “stákhus (στᾰχῠς) stákhūs (στᾰχῡς)” (an ear of grain, Spica, a star in the constellation Virgo). In turn, the name means “fruitful, rich grain, abundant in grain, fecund.” Its Latin equivalents are Fæcundus and Fecundus. Saint Eustace is revered as a Christian martyr and soldier saint. Legend places him in the 2nd-century AD. A martyr of that name is venerated as a saint in the Anglican Church and the Roman Catholic Church, the latter of which, however, judges that the legend recounted about him is “completely fabulous.” Names with similar meaning are Polycarp, Efrem, and Fruttuoso.


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