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Eunice (city, United States)

Eunice (yōō´nĬs), city (1990 pop. 11,162), St. Landry parish, S central La.; inc. 1895. It lies in an oil and agricultural region in which sugarcane, rice, and cotton are produced. Its manufactures include machinery and clothing. A campus of Louisiana State Univ. is there.

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Eunice (in the Bible)

Eunice (yōōnī´sē, yōō´nĬs), in the New Testament, Timothy's mother, a Christian.

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Eunice

Biblical woman Dau. of Lois; children: Timothy.

A Jew married to a Gentile, was distinguished by her "unfeigned faith"; with her mother, was credited with training Timothy in the Scriptures (2 Tim. 3:15).

See also Women in World History.

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Eunice

Biblical woman . Daughter of Lois; children: Timothy.

Eunice, a Jew married to a Gentile, was distinguished by her "unfeigned faith." She was the mother of Timothy, and the apostle Paul credited Eunice and her mother Lois with training Timothy in the Scriptures (2 Tim. 3:15).

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