Gustav

[name] Gustav v, also spelled Gustaf, is a male given name of Old Swedish origin, possibly meaning `staff of the Geats`, derived from the Old Norse elements Gautr (`Geat`) and stafr (`staff`). Another etymology speculates that the name may have a Slavic origin, through Swedish, from `Gostislav`, a compound word from Old Slavic `Gost`` (`gue...
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Gustav

[pigeon] Gustav, also known as NPS.42.31066, was a pigeon of the RAF pigeon service. He was awarded the Dickin Medal, also known as the animal`s Victoria Cross, for bringing the first report of the Normandy landings to the British mainland during the Second World War. ==Military service== Gustav was a grizzle colored cock pigeon trained by ...
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Gustav

Gustav is a Scandinavian name for boys. The meaning is `helper of the gods` The name Gustav is most commonly given to Norwegian boys. The chances are 100 times greater that boys are called Gustav there. It is short for: August If it's too long you might use: Angus, Gus The name sounds like: Gusztav, Gustaw, Gustavo, Gustaf Similar names are: Gustus...
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