Augusta
Origin/Usage
Italian, Latin, Polish, Portuguese
Pronunciation
ə-GUS-tə
Meaning
Exalted
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Augusta originates in Latin language and means "exalted". It is a feminine form of Augustus. In the English-speaking countries it has not been overly popular. Augusta is the name of a town in Western Australia, as well as the name of numerous places around the United States, Canada and Europe.

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