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The name Augustina is very likely a Latin variant of the name Augusta and it is used largely in German in the form of Augustina.
Based on research, most people would imagine a person with the name Augustina to be: A sexy and sweet woman.
In one word, you might describe Augustina as a "sweet" person.
Augustina is unusual as a baby girl name. Its usage peaked in 1903 with 0.005% of baby girls being named Augustina. It had a ranking of #976 then. The baby name has slipped in popularity since then, and is used on a very modest scale now. Among all girl names in its family, Augustina was nevertheless the most widely used in 2008.
The baby name Augustina also sounds like Augustyna, Augustine and Agustina. Other similar baby names are Austina, Augustyne and Agostina.
Augustina is the feminine equivalent of the English Augustine.
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Augustina is a beautiful, feminine, strong, regal name. I adore it.
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Augustina - A venerable woman, or "worthy of respect". Majestic, exalted. Also 'august, dignified, holy'. Derived from the word augustus which is of the meaning 'to increase'.
27. May, 3. August, 28. August
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Agustina Raimunda María Saragossa Doménech, or Agustina de Aragón, (March 4, 1786 – May 29, 1857) was a famous Spanish heroine who defended Spain during the Spanish War of Independence, first as a civilian and later as a professional officer in the Spanish Army. Known as "the Spanish Joan of Arc".
Augustina Stridsberg, formerly Augustina Jirku (born in Vienna, c. 1896), was an American citizen, and the mother of Margietta Voge (née Jirku). Both mother and daughter worked for Soviet intelligence between 1943 and 1944. Stridsberg worked for the KGB San Francisco office. Her code name with Soviet intelligence, as deciphered by the Venona project, was "Klara". Stridsberg was also a writer and an interpreter as well as a literary translator.
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