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Angus is an Irish, Scottish and English name, of Irish origin.

Derives from the name Aonghus, who, according to Irish mythology, was the god of love and youth.

It’s most possible meaning is “one strength”.

From the Irish words “√≥en”, meaning “one” and “gus”, meaning “strength, energy, force”.

In Scottish Gaelic the form of the name is Aonghas.

Other forms of the name are: Gus, Aengus, Ungus.

Famous bearers are Angus Young, Angus T. Jones, Angus McLaren, Angus Sutherland, Angus Scrimm, Angus MacLise, Angus Stone.

Angus Young is a Scottish born Australian guitarist, songwriter, who co-founded the rock band AC/DC.

The band has had more than 700 hundred awards nominations and is included in the list of artists with the top grossing tours, topping Madonna, Bruce Springsteen, and other top selling bands and artists.