Anyway, someone opened a thread on the meaning of players' names in GM. And since i'm fascinated by languages and patronymie
(don't known the name in English) i made some research on most of the Frencies' last name. Here's what i came up on Eysseric.
Eysseric : Most worn in Drôme, Hautes-Alpes and Vaucluse (just where the guy and his parents are from by the way...), is a common Occitan last name in France. It's the Occitan version of what used to be a first name of Germanic origin : Égiseric. Egiso = fear, -ric = powerful. It could also mean « powerful axe/chop » since the prefix Eysse- in Occitan French last names is coming from the word « aissa » = chop, adze; just like in the last name Eyssette which means "small axe". It's very distingably Occitan since Occitan French last names often countains ay/ey in them, just like Bayle, Peyre, Lapeyre (equivalent of the more modern French version Laporte) : name of a famous firm of doors-windows-furniture makers incidentally lol, Labeyrie (name of a famous house of foie gras makers...), Bayrou (French politician), Cayrol, Clavayrolles, Reynié (all famous people locally...) etc...