Augusta

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Augusta, a feminine form of the name of the Roman Emperor Augustus, is also part of the original Latin names of many ancient places named after him, as well as their modern descendants and later places given that name in honor of him or some other notable of his name.

Augusta can mean:

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Places

In Australia

In Canada

In Europe

In Asia

In the United States

Elsewhere

People

Royalty

Other

Fictional characters

Roman roads

Science

Other

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