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Origin: France
Region Origin: Western Europe

Justine, a feminine name of French and Latin origins, means "just," "right," and "fair". It is derived from the Latin word 'lustina,' which also means "just," "righteous," and "fair". The name is considered the feminine form of the Roman name Justinus, which is derived from the Latin term 'Justus,' meaning "just" or "upright". The name Justine has been borne by many early saints, including St. Justine of Padua, a Christian martyr known for her devotion to the Christian faith and her vow of perpetual virginity. The name Justine is also associated with the protagonist of the novel "Justine" (1791) by the Marquis de Sade.

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