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Gender: F Meaning of Fausta: "fortunate" Origin of Fausta: Latin

Though often heard in the Hispanic and Italian communities, it hasn't made an impact here, perhaps because of the connection to the character of Faust and his pact with the devil. Variations: FAUSTINA, FAUSTIA, FAUSTIANA

Famous People Named Fausta

Saint Fausta of Cyzicus, 4th-century Christian martyr
Saint Fausta, Russian Orthodox mother of Saint Anastasia of Sirmium
Flavia Maxima Fausta, Roman empress, daughter of Emperor Maximianus
Fausta, empress consort of Constans II of the Byzantine Empire
Fausta Cialente, Italian novelist and journalist

Pop Culture References for the name Fausta

"Fausta," opera by Gaetano Donizetti