- Alfred,1835–1913, English poet: poet laureate 1896–1913.
- John,1790–1859, English writer on law.
- John Lang·shaw [lang-shaw] /ˈlæŋ ʃɔ/, 1911–60, British philosopher.
- Mary (Hunter),1868–1934, U.S. novelist, playwright, and short-story writer.
- Stephen Fuller,1793–1836, American colonizer in Texas.
- Warren Robinson,1877–1962, U.S. diplomat.
- Augustine, Saint(def 2).
- a city in and the capital of Texas, in the central part, on the Colorado River.
- a city in SE Minnesota.
- a male given name, form of Augustus.
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- a city in central Texas, on the Colorado River: state capital since 1845. Pop: 672 011 (2003 est)
- Herbert, 1st Baron. 1866–1941, British automobile engineer, who founded the Austin Motor Company
- John. 1790–1859, British jurist, whose book The Province of Jurisprudence Determined (1832) greatly influenced legal theory and the English legal system
- J (ohn) L (angshaw) (ˈlæŋʃɔː). 1911–60, English philosopher, whose lectures Sense and Sensibilia and How to do Things with Words were published posthumously in 1962
- another word for Augustinian
C14: shortened form of Augustine
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Word Origin and History for alfred austin
surname (also Austen) and masc. proper name, from Old French Aousten, an abbreviated form of Latin Augustine.
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Capital of Texas.
Location of the University of Texas.
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