Wonderful, strong, classic name, Augusta! It's rare, has history and has class! Quality name. I like it!
I don't like August on girls, but I really like Augusta! It sounds very classy and elegant. I don't like any of the nicknames, however. If I had a daughter named Augusta, I'd just refer to her as Augusta.
Augusta Rapetti Bassi (1885–1970) was an Italian pianist, music teacher and composer.
This is one of the very few names I honestly do not care about what other people think. August, Augusta, Auguste- great names, love em. Absolute guilty pleasure.
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August is becoming increasingly popular for boys, so I don't see why Augusta couldn't make a comeback for girls. I admit it sounds a bit elderly, but the nicknames Aggie and Gus could make it more approachable. I also love the association with Lady Augusta Bracknell, a character in my favourite play, "The Importance of Being Earnest".
In Italy this name is currently very rare, more than in other countries! In 2017 were born less than five Augusta in Italy.
In 2018, 86 is the most common age for an American (U.S.) Augusta who is registered female with the Social Security Administration. It is the 3, 099th most common female first name for living U.S. citizens.
Princess Augusta of Württemberg (1826–1898) was a daughter of King William I of Württemberg.
Augusta Savage (born Augusta Christine Fells) was a civil rights activist, an educator and an artist. She was the daughter of a methodist minister. She was born in Green Cove Springs (Florida), but she died in New York. She lived from 1892 to 1962.

Ada Lovelace (born Augusta Ada Byron, countess of Lovelace) was the daughter of Lord George Gordon Byron (the poet) and Lady Anne Isabella Milbanke Byron. She was his only legitimate child. She was a programmer and a mathematician. She married William King and became Augusta Ada King. She was born in London and died there. She lived from 1815 to 1852.
This was also the name of the last German Empress and Queen of Prussia, Augusta-Victoria of Schleswig-Holstein (1859-1921). She married Prince Wilhelm (later Emperor Wilhelm II) of Prussia on February 27th 1881 and was the mother of all 7 of his children.
I can see this name making a comeback, as well as the names Harriet and Edith. Be prepared: I bet Augusta will be the next new trend!
I adore this name, I'm going to use it as a middle name for my first born daughter. (If I have one) After the month both my mother, myself and my deceased twin sister was born in, I'd find it funny and sweet if she was born in August too.
The name Augusta was given to 48 girls born in the US in 2015.
My middle name is Augusta. I hate it but it's a middle name so it doesn't really matter. My parents met in Augusta, Georgia and decided to make that my middle name... creative.
My name is Augusta, when I was a child I hated it. Now I Love it. It's Unique and I doubt I will never meet another. I was born in August. Family calls me Gussie Friends call me Gus. The nicknames were horrible but I got over them.
Augusta Elton is a character in Jane Austen's book Emma.
What a serious but lovely name; genteel and sophisticated. I was all set to add this to the short list of girl names until I had a thought: A-gust-a wind. And that was that for Augusta. Too bad.
Like it's said in one of the above comments, this name was already borne by King George III's mother, as well as his elder sister (who was, by the way, mother to later queen Caroline of Brunswick). But yeah, Augusta was probably only popularized by George III, since he was the King (as opposed to a 'mere' prince and princess of Wales).
Augusta (1580-1639) was the daughter of King Frederik II of Denmark and his wife Sophie.
Augusta (1788-1851) was the daughter of King Maximilian I Joseph of Bavaria and his first wife Marie. She was married to Eugene de Beauharnais, the stepson of Napoleon.
Maria Augusta (1782-1863) was the only daughter of King Frederick Augustus I of Saxony and his wife Maria Amalie.
Of course, I know it is the capital of Maine, which is a beautiful state that I adore, but I had never actually heard it used as someone's name until about 10 years ago. It seems crisp, light, and welcoming; or maybe that's my thoughts about Maine creeping in. Either way, I love it.
Princess Augusta Sophia of Great Britain (1768-1840), daughter of King George III.
Princess Augusta of Saxe-Gotha-Altenburg (1719-1722) - wife of Frederick, Prince of Wales and mother of King George III of Great Britain.
Augusta of Saxe-Weimar-Eisenach (1811-1890), wife of the german emperor Wilhelm I.
Also the form used in Croatia.
Pronounced "ow-GUWS-tah" in Czech and Slovak.
Pronounced ow-GUWS-tah in German as well. [noted -ed]
This is a beautiful, strong name that should be used more often! The fact that it's a royal name should be enough to use it for some.
My mom's name is Augusta, and she goes by Gustie.
Ha this is my name. I actually like it; I've never heard of another real life Augusta, as the name is extremely unusual for my age group. I'm not sure what my parents were thinking. My siblings all have normal(ish) names. I'm just glad to have the last name Leigh. Nothing else really seems like it would go with AUgusta. I think I'll keep my maiden name forever.
I like this name, but whenever I hear it I can't help thinking of the rumors about the Victorian poet Lord Byron and his sister Augusta.
Pronounced ow-GOOSH-ta in Portuguese.
This is Lady Bracknell's first name in Oscar Wilde's "The Importance of being Earnest." It is one of my favourite plays!
An honorfic title given to women of royalty by birth or marriage. Such bearers are mainly members of his family, including his wife Livia Drusilla (Julia Augusta), his sister Octavia Minor and much later Julia Drusilla (Caligula's sister), Milonia Caesonia (Caligula's fourth and last wife), Agrippina the Younger (Claudius' fourth and last wife), Poppaea Sabina (Nero's second wife) and their daughter Claudia Augusta. There is an exception of Caesar Augustus' daughter Julia Caesaris, who was given the title of "Augusti" to become "Julia Caesaris Augusti" (A namesake of his own adopted name) when he became "Augustus".
It's the name of Neville Longbottom's grandmother in the Harry Potter series by Joanne Kathleen Rowling.
Augusta is the capital of Maine.

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