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Origin: Liberia
Region Origin: Western Africa

The name Austin is a masculine name of Latin origin, meaning "great," "magnificent," or "majestic". It is derived from the Latin name Augustine, which means "great" or "to increase". The name has its roots in English, French, and German, and it is a medieval contracted form of Augustine. Austin has a rich history and meaning in several languages. In French, it is a contracted form of Augustine, which means "great" or "venerable" and is derived from the Latin name Augustus, which means "majestic" or "venerable". In German, the name Austin is believed to have originated from the Old High German name "Austan," which means "omm". The name has been popular for several decades and has been used for both real and fictional characters, such as Austin Abrams, Austin Butler, and Austin Powers.

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