Augusta meaning, origin, history | Meaning of name

Name: Augusta No. of characters: 7 Gender: Girl Origin of Augusta: Latin
How to pronounce Augusta au-gu-sta What does my name mean? Meaning of Augusta: Great, Female Version of Augustus, Introduced to Britain by the Hanoverian in the Early 18th Century, Magnificent, Venerated, Worthy of Respect, The Augu

Origin and Meaning

Baby name Augusta is originated as a feminine form of Augustus which is derived from Latin augustus meaning "sacred, holy, sublime, venerable, great". The name was born in the 18th century by the second daughter of King George III, a member of the German House of Hanover. This was also the title given to the Empresses of the Roman and Byzantine Empires. A notable bearer of the name is Augusta Jane Evans was an American author of Southern literature and first woman to earn US$100,000 through her writing. Another famous bearer is Augusta Stowe-Gullen who was a Canadian medical doctor, lecturer and suffragist. Lady Augusta Bracknell is also a character name in Oscar Wilde's play The Importance of Being Earnest.

Augusta was ranked 911 in 2018 list of US boys name and dropped by 0.33% from its previous ranking of 908 in 2016. Augusta was ranked 894 in 2018 US female names list and elevated by 0.78% from its previous ranking of 901 in 2017.

Full form of Augusta : Authoritative Untiring Grateful Unconventional Sympathetic Trustworthy Accepting

Augusta is a rare first name for a girl in England & Wales which is a rare name since 1996 and ranked 3160 in 2014. Only 71 people have Augusta as their first name.

Augusta is a very very popular first name for a girl in United States which is popular since 1915 and ranked 921 (0.001212% bearer) in 2015 in US. Around 17797 people wear Augusta as their first name. Augusta is a rare first name for a boy in United States which is a rare name since 1880 and ranked 921 (0.001212% bearer) in 2015 in US. Only 17797 people have Augusta as their first name. Augusta is not a native United States and Augusta may be came from another language or is a short form of some other name. 0.004978% of people in US have this given name.

Complete history of Augusta
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Popular girl name in
1915290369
1916311342
1917322325
1918324357
1920354304
General boy name in
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Expression number of Augusta is 9.

Augusta are idealistic who embrace the principles of compassion and forgiveness. Augusta are visionary who is wiling to make a better world and have the ability to influence masses. Augusta are also creative and imaginative that gives them an artistic talent.

Names that rhyme with Augusta Agusta, Argusta, Augusta, Austa, Custa, Fausta, Gusta, JustaFamous people named Augusta
Augusta Birney in Bloody Mary as Actress
Camilla Augusta Hallan in Hodejegerne as Actress
Augusta Ciolli in Marty as Actress
Augusta Allen-Jones in Hellbent as Actress
Augusta Mariano in Hey There, Delilah as Actress
Augusta Miller in Happy Feet Two as Music Department
Augusta Dabney in General Hospital as Actress
Names like Augusta Augusta Namesakes Related Names: Danish: Asta, Gustav, English: Angus, Greenlandic: Augustîna (Greenlandic form of Augustina), Other: Gustava, Augusten (Noble Strength), Auguster (All-knowing, All Wise), Augustha (Creative spelling of Augusta), Augustiina (Finnish form of Augustina), Augustinas (Lithuanian) , Augustino (Noble Strength, Noble), Augustis (Noble Strength, Noble), Augusts (Latvian) , Augustyn (Polish), Augustyna (Polish (Rare)) , Augustyne, Augy, Posts having Augusta: Comments :Augusta is a name feminine usual in princely families of the xviii th and xix th century Germany, and England. It is the feminine form of the name of the Latin Augustus, which, based on the adjective, means "majestic", "august", "venerable" (as it is based on the verb augere, "raise", "grow"). The name Agostina, although it may be mistaken for a diminutive of Augusta, is actually one of its patronymic. Variants of the name are Gusta, Avgusta, Auguste, Augustina, Gusta, Tina, Augustus. - Ilene Stabler Augusta is a name feminine usual in princely families of the xviii th and xix th century Germany, and England. It is the feminine form of the name of the Latin Augustus, which, based on the adjective, means "majestic", "august", "venerable" (as it is based on the verb augere, "raise", "grow"). The name Agostina, although it may be mistaken for a diminutive of Augusta, is actually one of its patronymic. Variants of the name are Gusta, Avgusta, Auguste, Augustina, Gusta, Tina, Augustus. - Ilene Stabler Popularity of Augusta

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