Well, at least you let a couple people guess first before you came swooping in for the win, Vaino. It is indeed Gaius Octavius Augustus Caesar. Octavius roughly translating to "eighth" and Augustus to "one of dignity and greatness" (among other translations). The cognomen Caesar was given to Gaius Julius purportedly because he had a full head of hair, though he's believed to have been bald with a comb-over. Caesar translates as "hairy" and could thus have been an ironic endearment. But then, there are several translations and derivatives of "caesar" as well as various stories. I tend to enjoy the "hairy" version, though. To think that millennia later you'd have people calling themselves Hairy (Czars and Kaisers) always gives me a good laugh. Oh, and "but then I became first" refers to his title of "princeps" which is roughly "first citizen." Rambling aside; Vaino... go for it.