What does Augie mean?
Augie /au-gie/ as a boys' name. Augie's name origin is Latin, and Augie means "great, magnificient". Augie is an alternate spelling, with the suffix -ie, of August (Latin): the feminine version. Augie is also a form of Augustine (Latin). Augie is also used as a form of Augustus (Latin).
Augie has 1 variant: Augy.
Augie has 22 more relations via August, Augustine, Augustus: Agostino, Agosto, Agoston, Aguistin, Agustin▼, Agustine, Agustino, Agustus, Auggie, Auguste, Augustin, Augustino, Augusto, Augustyn, Austen▼, Austin▲, Austyn▼, Avgustin, Gus▼, Guss▼, Gussie and Guus.Kreatif forms: Aagie, Amgie, Augieaa. [more]
How popular is Augie?
Augie is an uncommon given name for men. Augie is also a unique surname for all people. (2000 U.S. Census)
Prominent alternative forms of Augie (not ranked) rated in the Top 1000 are Austin (#66 2 years ago), August (#242), Augustus (#544), Agustin (#879), Augustine (#949), Guss, Gus, Austen and Austyn. Adoption of these relations of Augie was common during 1880-1889 (average #534) and is somewhat lower today (#742, down 44.6%). Austin is more familiar than the rest, while Augustus has also become popular as well, and forms like Agustin, Austyn, Austen, Guss and Gus are no longer trendy. Below is a charted analysis of the usage of Augie and associated names. (2014 Birth Statistics)