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Augustus, "the elevated or august one" (masculine form) is an honorific and title awarded to Octavian in recognition of his unique status, the extraordinary range of his powers, and the apparent divine approval of his principate.

An extensive alphabetical list follows a survey of theological groups as constructed by the Romans themselves.The epithet Bonus, "the Good," is used in Imperial ideology with abstract deities such as Bona Fortuna ("Good Fortune"), Bona Mens ("Good Thinking" or "Sound Mind"), and Bona Spes ("Valid Hope," perhaps to be translated as "Optimism").During the Republic, the epithet may be most prominent with Bona Dea, "the Good Goddess" whose rites were celebrated by women.Cicero considers it a normal epithet for Jupiter, in regard to whom it is probably a synonym for Omnipotens. Mater ("Mother") was an honorific that respected a goddess's maternal authority and functions, and not necessarily "motherhood" per se.Early examples included Terra Mater (Mother Earth) and the Mater Larum (Mother of the Lares).