- August (disambiguation)
Augustis the eighth month of the year in the Gregorian Calendar and one of seven Gregorian months with the length of 31 days.
August may also refer to:
Augustus, a Roman emperor
August Krogh, a Danish professor
August Leskien, a German linguist
Augusto Pinochet, a Chilean dictator
August (porn star), an Mexican-American porn actress
August Spies, an American anarchist
August Strindberg, a Swedish writer, playwright and painter
August Wilson, an American playwright
Bille August, Danish film director
Carl August, the name of several people
Edward August, a member of the Legislative Assembly of Manitoba from 1915 to 1922
Ernest August, the name of several people
John August, an American screenwriter
Joyce Auguste, a Saint Lucian musician and leader of The Hewanorra Voices
Pernilla August, a Swedish actress, married to Bille August
*"August", a novel by Judith Rossner
*"August" (film), a 2007 short film by Jay Gammill
*"August" (film), a 2008 film starring Josh Hartnett and Naomie Harris
*"August" (1996 film), starring Anthony Hopkins
Dan August", a short-lived television series that ran from 1970–1971
*"August", a poem by
*"August", a song by Avail from their 1998 album "
Over the James"
*"August" (album), a 1986 album by Eric Clapton
August, California, a census-designated place in San Joaquin County, California, United States
August Image, a syndication agency for high-end portraiture
August (Beanie Baby), Beanie Babyproduced by Ty Inc.
August 2002 (Beanie Baby), Beanie Babyproduced by Ty Inc.
*"Auguste" (ship), a Canadian ship that sank in 1761
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