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2.
augmented.

August

[aw-guhst]
noun
1.
the eighth month of the year, containing 31 days. Abbreviation: Aug.
2.
a male given name, form of Augustus.

Origin:
before 1100; Middle English < Latin Augustus (named after Augustus); replacing Old English Agustus < Latin, as above

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Aug
 
abbreviation for
August

august (ɔːˈɡʌst)
 
adj
1.  dignified or imposing: an august presence
2.  of noble birth or high rank: an august lineage
 
[C17: from Latin augustus; related to augēre to increase]
 
au'gustly
 
adv
 
au'gustness
 
n

August (ˈɔːɡəst)
 
n
the eighth month of the year, consisting of 31 days
 
[Old English, from Latin, named after the emperor Augustus]

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Word Origin & History

august
1660s, from L. augustus "venerable," probably originally "consecrated by the augurs, with favorable auguries" (see augur); or else "that which is increased" (see augment).

August
"eighth month," 1097, from L. Augustus, sixth month of the Roman calendar, named for emperor Augustus Cæsar, lit. "Venerable Cæsar" (see august). Replaced native Weodmonað "weed month."
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Abbreviations & Acronyms
aug.
  1. augmentative

  2. augmented

Aug.
August
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