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Gender: Female Meaning of Augustina: "the exalted one" Origin of Augustina: Feminine variation of Augustus, Latin

The name Augustina is a girl's name meaning "the exalted one". Augustina and is often added to lists like Unique Girl Names: Unusual and Rare and discussed in our forums with posts like "A brother or sister for little Jack or Olivia".

From the experts:

While Augusta is the more traditional feminine form of the name, tacking on the -ina ending makes Augustina more feminine and contemporary sounding.

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Famous People Named Augustina

Agustina Otero Iglesias, birth name of Carolina "La Belle" Otero, Spanish dancer and actress
Agustina de Aragon (born Agustina Raimunda Maria Saragossa Domenech), Spanish heroine during the War of Independence
Augustina Stridsberg, American Soviet spy
Juliette (Augustina Sysak Cavazzi), Canadian singer

Pop Culture References for the name Augustina


Augustine777 Says:


My name is Agustina and although it's a pretty common name here in South America I totally love it, my nickname is Gus but I've been called Agus as well 😊

paulapuddephatt Says:


This is beautiful. I feel that Augusta has the edge for me right now, mainly because Augustina is too long to realistically use without a nickname, and I don't like any for this name, other than Tina - and, if I wanted to use Tina, I would use this dependently. I have used Tina for minor characters in my stories. I don't like August as a name. The only month names I find usable are April (or Avril), May and June (or Juno).

RoddyThlayli Says:


I find that Augusta sounds very stuffy and g-heavy (I'm not a fan of hard g's), but Augustina sounds so light and pretty! I like August as well.

Guest Says:


I prefer just August but this is gorgeous too!

Theodora_Phoenix Says:


This is a beautiful name.