Octavious is a boy’s name of Latin origin. It was a name reserved for the eighth child in a Roman family because Octavius meant “eighth.” Augustus, the first Roman emperor, was born Caius Octavius and appears as Octavius Caesar in both of Shakespeare’s renditions: Julius Caesar and Anthony and Cleopatra. If your little one is the eighth addition to the family or was born in October, the eighth month of the Roman calendar, choosing Octavious as their name is just the icing on the cake.
Octavious Name Popularity Data
Overall:Octavious is currently #9152 in U.S. births
Boy:Octavious is currently #3091 in U.S. births
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