obsolete form of destine (q.v.).
Online Etymology Dictionary, © 2010 Douglas Harper
Examples from the Web for destin
I grew up vacationing in Destin, Florida, and to hear that the oil has now reached that area is heartbreaking.
Anyone who has been to Destin knows how spectacular its white beaches are and how tragic the idea of them covered in oil is.
"The action of the 'Destin' was justly praised," says Lapeyrouse-Bonfils.
To destruction was he destin'd by his enemies, and accordingly suffer'd death at Carlisle in company with the Revd.The Lyon in Mourning, Vol. 1
Ah, look at the faithful wife now, as she strikes off her husband's fetters—listen to the glad music, destin ormai felice!Sunrise
Say, whence, obedient, to their destin'd end The various tribes of living nature tend?The Sylphs of the Season with Other Poems
But fear you not t'offend his peaceful Ghost, By breaking with the Man he destin'd yours?The Perjur'd Husband