[juh-steen; French zhys-teen]
- a female given name: derived from Justin.
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Examples from the Web for justine
But Google software engineer Justine Tunney did exactly that.Occupying the Throne: Justine Tunney, Neoreactionaries, and the New 1%
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Scribbling notes in the classroom next door is Justine, a shy 17-year-old orphan who is the only female in her class.Victims No More: Congo’s Badass Women Mechanics
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Justine Bateman played one of them—that was just killing us.Emmys 2013: Julie Bowen’s Favorite ‘Modern Family’ Moments (VIDEO)
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The Age of Treason Justine Sharrock, Mother Jones Glenn Beck loves them.The Best Longreads on Gun Violence and Policy
December 15, 2012
Andre Agassi, Lindsay Davenport, Justine Henin, and Capriati have all launched similar comebacks.U.S. Open: Why Serena Williams Has Still Got Game
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Justine, ma bonne, won't you give us the key this afternoon?
The ballots had been thrown; they were all black, and Justine was condemned.
You perhaps will find some means to justify my poor guiltless Justine.
Justine has returned to us; and I assure you I love her tenderly.
Madame Moritz, her mother, was a widow with four children, of whom Justine was the third.
Word Origin and History for justine
fem. proper name, fem. of Latin Iustinus (see Justin).
Online Etymology Dictionary, © 2010 Douglas Harper