Auguste

(from the article `clown`) ...clown, affectionately called `Joey,` specialized in the classic physical tricks, tumbling, pratfalls, and slapstick beatings. In the 1860s a ...
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Auguste

Auguste is a French boy name. The meaning of the name is `Revered, Exalted` Where is it used? The name Auguste is mainly used In French.It is an abbreviated form of Aukusti, used In Finnish.How do they say it elsewhere? Augustus ( In Ancient Roman) See also In Spanish, Italian and In Portuguese: Augusto In German and In English: August In Engli...
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Auguste

An auguste is a species of circus clown, characterised by dressing in ill-fitting or dishevelled clothes.
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Auguste

[ship] Auguste was a full rigged sailing ship which sank at Aspy Bay, Cape Breton, Nova Scotia in 1761 while carrying exiles from the fall of New France. Auguste was a former French privateer ship which had been captured by the British and converted to a merchant ship. In September 1761, she was hired by the British government to transport ...
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