Dictionary of Medieval Names
from European Sources

Eusebius m. Ancient Greek εὖ 'good, well' + Ancient Greek σέβειν 'to respect', in the sense 'well-respected', and, later, 'pious'.

The name of a 4th C pope, three 4th C saints, and two 5th C saints.

Czech Republic
Latin
1287 Zmil (nom) RTT-1.1 I; 1316 Smil (nom) ibid. X; 1345 Smilo (nom) CDEM-7.2 605, Smilonem (acc) ibid. 605, Smilonis (gen) ibid. 605; 1349 Smilo (nom) chlumecky 140, Smilonis (gen) ibid. 17; 1353 Smilonis (gen) ibid. 29, p. 22, Smyl (nom) ibid. 148, Smyloni (dat) ibid. 45, p. 23, Smylonis (gen) ibid. 26, p. 22; 1356 Smylo (nom) ibid. 139; 1358 Smil (nom) ibid. 315, p. 34, Smilo (nom) ibid. 279, p. 32, Smiloni (dat) ibid. 291, p. 33; 1377 Smilo (nom) LDFPUP1 p. 32, Smilonis (gen) ibid. p. 32; 1387 Smylo (nom) ibid. p. 3; 1388 Smylo (nom) ibid. p. 14
1358 Smilco (nom) chlumecky 361, p. 35
England
Early Modern English
1562 Eusebe StAnthonlin p. 15, Euseby ibid. p. 15
Italy
Latin
1326 Eusebii (gen) Friuli-14thC no. 431; 1464 Eusebius (nom) CUP-III-I CCXXXI
Italian
1513x1521 Eusebio LeoX p. 22
Cite as: S.L. Uckelman. "Eusebius". In S.L. Uckelman, ed. The Dictionary of Medieval Names from European Sources, Edition 2019, no. 1. http://dmnes.org/2019/1/name/Eusebius.