But these 'eus' and 'ous' cause dire misery to all foreigners.
Orpheus, and other proper names ending in -eus, form the Vocative Singular in -eu (Orpheu, etc.).
Lacteous -eus: white, with a slight bluish tinge, like skim-milk.
This tense is formed on us, eus, es (Breton euz), one of the forms of the third person singular of the verb substantive.
eus'tace (Jack), the lover of Lucinda, and "a very worthy young fellow," of good character and family.