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Augusta



Origin: Ancient Roman

Meaning: the feminine form of Augustus, originally used as a title for the first Roman emperor, Octavian, meaning "great" or "venerable" from Latin augere.


Variants:
  • Auguste (German)
  • Augustina (Ancient Roman)
  • Augustine (French, German)
  • Agostina (Italian)
  • Agustina (Spanish)
  • Augustyna (Polish)
  • August


Male forms:
  • Augustus (Ancient Roman)
  • Augustine 
  • Auguste (French)
  • Agostino (Italian)
  • Agustin (Spanish)
  • August


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