(Gr) Scottish and Irish; anglicized also can be Gaelic Aonghus or Aonghas, composed of Celtic elements meaning "one" and "choice." Name of an old Celtic god, and is first recorded as a personal name in Adomnan's "Life of Saint Columba," where it occurs in the form Oinogus(s)ius as the name of a man for whom the saint prophesied a long life and a peaceful death. Almost certainly the name of an 8th C. Pictish king variously recorded as Omnust and Hungus. Aengus, Aonghus, Aonghas,Enos, Oengus, Ungus. Short form Gus; pet form Angie; feminine form Angusina.
Also speed, stamina, agility, reflexes & enhanced bulk. Is ambidextrous with hands & feet , has minor pheromone manipulation, & feline-like form with blue fur, night vision & claws, has the agility of a great ape & acrobatic prowess of a circus aerialist. Real name: Dr. Henry 'Hank' McCoy