What does Gussie mean?
Gussie /gus-sie/ [2 sylls.] as a name for boys (also used as girls' name Gussie) is of Celtic, Latin and Scandinavian origin, and the meaning of the name Gussie is "one choice; great, magnificient; royal staff; staff of the gods". Gussie is an alternate spelling of Angus (Celtic). Gussie is also a derivative of Augustus (Latin). Gussie is also used as a variation of Gustave (Scandinavian).
Gussie has 29 related variations via Angus, Augustus, Gustave: Aengus, Agostino, Angie, Anngus, Auggie, Augie, Auguste, Augustin, Augusto, Augy, Austen▼, Austin▲, Austyn▼, Ennis▼, Gus▼, Guss▼, Gustaaf, Gustaf▼, Gustaff, Gustaof, Gustav▼, Gustavo▲, Gustavus, Gustaw, Gustovo, Gustus, Gusztav, Guus and Tavin.Kreatif forms: Gausie, Gosie, Guysie. [more]
How popular is Gussie?
Gussie is an uncommonly occurring first name for men. Gussie is an equally uncommon last name for both adults and children. (2000 U.S. Census)
Shown below is a comparison of the usage of Gussie and corresponding names. Angus, Augustus (#544 a year ago), Austen, Austin (#66), Austyn, Ennis, Gus, Guss, Gustaf, Gustav, Gustave and Gustavo (#482) are the popular varying forms of Gussie (not ranked) listed in the Top 1000. Variants like Augusto are seldom used. Adoption of these boy names was at its peak during the years 1880-1889 (usage of 0.4483%) and is now much less (usage 0.159%, down 64.5%), with forms like Gus, Guss, Gustaf, Gustav and Gustave becoming somewhat outmoded. Augustus (#544), Austin (#66) and Gustavo (#482) are three of the more trendy boy names among these, with Augustus and Austin going through a rebound in usage. (2014 Birth Statistics)