Who is Augusta?

  • (noun): The capital of the state of Maine.
    Synonyms: capital of Maine
    See also — Additional definitions below

Augusta

Augusta, a feminine form of the name of the Roman Emperor Augustus, is also part of the original Latin names of many ancient places named after him, as well as their modern descendants and later places given that name in honor of him or some other notable of his name.

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Augusta Street (Hamilton, Ontario) - Landmarks
... South Shopping District Chateau Royale (condominium), just north of Augusta on James Street South Augusta British Pub District The Pheasant Plucker ... Augusta's 'Winking Judge' Cat 'N' Fiddle Gallagher's The Ship Augusta House Gastropub Residences on Augusta (Seniors residence) Canadian Pacific Railway line (originally the TH B, Toronto ...
Spencer Gulf Football League - Madigan Medallist & Ken Mitchell Awards
... Goals 1961 M Vanvacas North Whyalla W Schapel Ports 1962 ... J Martin West Augusta W McGuiness Ports 1963 ... B Curtis Proprietary G Davis South Whyalla 1964 ... K Haylock South Whyalla M Vanvacas South Whyalla ...
Blueberry Broadcasting - Current Stations - Augusta, Maine
105.1 Skowhegan, Maine Active Rock 57 kw Simulcast on WTUX and WTQX WVQM 101.3 Augusta, Maine News/Talk 50 kw Simulcast of WVOM-FM ...
Augusta International Raceway
... The Augusta International Raceway is a multi-use motorsports facility located in Hephzibah, Georgia, United States (just south of Augusta) ...

More definitions of "Augusta":

  • (noun): A city in eastern Georgia north-northwest of Savannah; noted for golf tournaments.