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definition of the word August

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Early Middle English August(us), re-Latinized from Old English Agustus, from Late Latin Agustus, from Latin Augustus, the month of Augustus Caesar, literally "Venerable Caesar", possibly from either Old Latin *augos, increase, from Proto-Indo-European base *aug-, to increase; or Latin avis, bird, referring to divination by observing bird flights, singing, feeding or entrails, from Proto-Indo-European *awi-, bird; + Latin garrire, to chatter, from Proto-Indo-European base *gar-/*ger-, to cry, of imitative origin


countable and uncountable; Augusts

August (countable and uncountable; plural Augusts)

  1. The eighth month of the Gregorian calendar, following July and preceding September. Abbreviation: Aug or Aug.
  2. A male given name, variant of Augustus borrowed from continental Europe.
  3. A female given name derived from the month (rare modern usage).

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