American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- Justin, Saint A.D. 100?-165. Greek theologian who founded a school of Christian philosophy at Rome and wrote the Apology and the Dialogue.
- n. A male given name. Popular in the English-speaking world since the 1970s.
- Name of early saints, Latin Iustinus, a derivative of Iustus, from iustus ("just"). (Wiktionary)
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“:) Here is a video of some lovely girls who wanted to express their love for JUSTIN BEIEBR while they waited in the line to see Justin”
“His parents, Shawn and Toya, played for Arizona State, and older brother Justin is a freshman at Washington.”
“Naturally, not everyone wants to see him there, including Justine Hammer, the arms-dealing daughter of the late Iron Man villain Justin Hammer.”
“Q. Readers have debated whether Justin is seriously depressed, or if he is merely a victim of Fate's exhausting games.”
“Justin is the best SNL guest host out there period!”
“He will join Justin Tuck and Mathias Kiwanuka as exceptional pass rushers.”
“Justin is all about primetime and the hours and the travel.”
“Hilda, about the Gucci shirt her son Justin is wearing to his first day of high school”
“As the above photo suggests, Justin is a big Batman fan and has structured his budding collection around the caped crusader.”
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