Definitions

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  • proper noun A female given name.

Etymologies

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From French Justine, from Latin Iustina, name of early saints, feminine of Iustinus, derivative of Iustus, from iustus ("just"). The feminine equivalent of Justin.

Examples

  • "My dear father, you are mistaken; Justine is innocent."

    Chapter 6

  • Justine is tried and, convicted on circumstantial evidence, is executed.

    Victor Frankenstein

  • "My dear father, you are mistaken; Justine is innocent."

    Chapter 7

  • Justine is asking for thoughts on Virago books, what they have meant to you and the old versus the new Virago covers over on her blog for a piece for The Sunday Telegraph magazine, so hotfoot over there if you want to have your say.

    45 entries from March 2008

  • Justine is asking for thoughts on Virago books, what they have meant to you and the old versus the new Virago covers over on her blog for a piece for The Sunday Telegraph magazine, so hotfoot over there if you want to have your say.

    Virago assistance required

  • "Pound for pound Justine is the greatest player of her generation," said WTA Tour founder and tennis legend Billie Jean King.

    Justine Henin Retires From Tennis (it's a sport apparently)

  • Justine is asking for thoughts on Virago books, what they have meant to you and the old versus the new Virago covers over on her blog for a piece for The Sunday Telegraph magazine, so hotfoot over there if you want to have your say.

    Virago assistance required

  • Now Justine is the guy who showed me there is in fact intellectually honest conservative thought out there I have enormous respect for his clarity of logic But Justines debating skills did not shine.

    Justin Raimondo vs. Christopher Hitchens on al-Jazeera « Antiwar.com Blog

  • Just finished the third book in Justine Larbalestier's Magic or Madness trilogy, called Magic's Child.

    Reading Update

  • Of course, in Justine's book you either do magic or go mad.

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