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Meaning of the Name Augustus

The first name Augustus is of Latin, German, English, Biblical, Scottish origin. It is often a boy name. It has the following meaning(s):

Latin: Revered, Exalted
Latin: Meaning Venerable or Majestic, This Title Was First Bestowed on Roman Emperor Octavian in Bc
German: Majestic Dignity; Grandeur
English: Introduced to Britian by the Hanoverians in the Early Th Century, Became Popular Until the Beginning of the Th Century
Biblical: Increased; Augmented
Scottish: Great, August, Consecrated by the Augustus
Latin: Exalted, Imperial

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Related Names

August  (English)
Variant of Augustus: Introduced to Britian by the Hanoverians
August  (German)
German Form of the Latin Augustus, Meaning Majestic Dignity, or Venerable
Augusta  (Latin)
Majestic, Grand. The Feminine Form of Augustus; Meaning Majestic Dignity or Venerable, Originally Given to Female Relatives of Roman Emperors. Famous Bearer: British King George Iii's Mother Was Named
Augusta  (English)
Feminine Form of Augustus: Introduced to Britian by the Hanoverians
Augustin  (Latin)
From Augustus Meaning Magic Majestic, Dignity, or Venerable
Augustina  (Latin)
Variant of Augusta: Majestic, Grand. The Feminine Form of Augustus; Meaning Majestic Dignity or Venerable, Originally Given to Female Relatives of Roman Emperors
Augustine  (Latin)
From Augustus Meaning Magic Majestic, Dignity, or Venerable. Augustine Was the First Archbishop of Canterbury, Sent to Britain As a Missionary by the Pope
Augustino  (Latin)
From Augustus Meaning Magic Majestic, Dignity, or Venerable
Augusto  (Latin)
From Augustus Meaning Magic Majestic, Dignity, or Venerable
Augustyn  (Polish)
Polish Form of Augustus 'Majestic'
Gus  (English)
A Diminutive of the Latin Augustus or Augustine, Meaning Majestic. Often Used As an Independent Name
Gussie  (English)
A Diminutive of Augusta, Augustina, Augustine, or Augustus
Gussie  (English)
A Diminutive of Augusta, Augustina, Augustine, or Augustus
Gussie  (Latin)
Diminutive of Augusta: Majestic, Grand. The Feminine Form of Augustus; Meaning Majestic Dignity or Venerable, Originally Given to Female Relatives of Roman Emperors. Famous Bearer: British King George
Gusta  (Latin)
Diminutive of Augusta: Majestic, Grand. The Feminine Form of Augustus; Meaning Majestic Dignity or Venerable, Originally Given to Female Relatives of Roman Emperors. Famous Bearer: British King George
Octavian  (Latin)
Variant of Octavius: Born Eighth. Octavian Was the Name Used Commonly for the Emperor Augustus
Octavius  (Shakespearean)
'Antony and Cleopatra'. Octavius Caesar, Roman Triumvir. 'The Tragedy of Julius Caesar' Triumvir After Caesar's Death, Later Augustus Caesar, First Emperor of Rome
Octavius  (Latin)
Born Eighth. Octavius Was a Roman Clan Name, As Well As the Original Name of Emperor Augustus (Commonly Known As Octavian). Traditionally, This Name Was Given to the Eighth Child in a Large Family

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