G828 Αὐγοῦστος - Strong's Greek Lexicon Number

Dodson:
Αὐγούστος
Augustus
Augustus, a title conferred on the first Roman Emperor, C. Iulius Octauianus, denoting sanctity (almost divinity).
Strong's:
Αὐγοῦστος
Augustus, a title of the Roman emperor
Derivation: from Latin ("august");

KJV Usage: Augustus.

Thayer:
1) the first Roman emperor
2) title conferred upon Roman emperors
Literal: Augustus = "venerable"


Αὔγουστος
Augoustos
ow'-goos-tos
From Latin (“august”); Augustus , a title of the Roman emperor

KJV Usage: Augustus.


View how G828 Αὐγοῦστος is used in the Bible

One occurence of G828 Αὐγοῦστος

Luke 2:1