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Justine

[juh-steen; French zhys-teen] /dʒʌˈstin; French ʒüsˈtin/
noun
1.
a female given name: derived from Justin.
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  • Justine, ma bonne, won't you give us the key this afternoon?

  • Do you remember on what occasion Justine Moritz entered our family?

    Frankenstein Mary W. Shelley
  • Madame Moritz, her mother, was a widow with four children, of whom Justine was the third.

    Frankenstein Mary W. Shelley
  • Poor Justine was very ill; but other trials were reserved for her.

    Frankenstein Mary W. Shelley
  • Justine has returned to us; and I assure you I love her tenderly.

    Frankenstein Mary W. Shelley
Word Origin and History for Justine

fem. proper name, fem. of Latin Iustinus (see Justin).

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