Gustavus may refer to:

  • Gustavus, Alaska, a small community located on the edge of Glacier Bay National Park and Preserve
  • Gustavus Adolphus College, a private liberal arts college in southern Minnesota
  • Gustavus, the Latin name given to several Swedish kings:
    • Gustav I of Sweden (Gustav Vasa)
    • Gustavus Adolphus of Sweden (Gustav II Adolf)
    • Gustavus III of Sweden
    • Gustaf IV Adolf of Sweden
    • Gustaf V of Sweden (Oscar Gustaf Adolf)
    • Gustaf VI Adolf of Sweden (Oskar Fredrik Wilhelm Olaf Gustaf Adolf)
  • Gustavus Conyngham, merchant sea captain, officer in the Continental Navy and a privateer.
  • Operation Gustavus, WWII British commando operation in Malaya

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