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Boy Name: Justin

Name: Justin
Pronunciation: \j(u)-stin, jus-tin\
Gender / Sex: boy name boy
Meaning: just, upright, righteous
Origin: Latin
Related Names: Dustin
Sounds Like: Austin, Austen, Austyn, Ostin, Jeston, Jesstin, Westin
Variant forms: Giustino, Giusto, Joos, Joost, Justain, Justan, Just, Juste, Justen, Justinas, Justinian, Justinius, Justino, Justinus, Justis, Justo, Justus, Justyn
Rank as First Name (Given Name): 56
Rank as Last Name (Surname, Family Name): 12812

Description

Justin \j(u)-stin, jus-tin\ as a boy's name is pronounced JUS-tin. It is of Latin origin, and the meaning of Justin is "just, upright, righteous". Variant of Justus. Saint Justin (second century) was a Greek philosopher who wrote of the moral values of Christianity. See also Jestin. Actor Justin Henry; singer Justin Timberlake.

Justin has 18 variant forms: Giustino, Giusto, Joos, Joost, Justain, Justan, Just, Juste, Justen, Justinas, Justinian, Justinius, Justino, Justinus, Justis, Justo, Justus and Justyn.

For more information, see also the related name Dustin.

Baby names that sound like Justin are Austin, Austen, Austyn, Ostin, Jeston, Jesstin and Westin.

View a list of the 4 names that reference Justin.

Popularity

Justin is a very popular first name for men (#56 out of 1220) and also a very popular surname or last name for both men and women (#12812 out of 88799). (1990 U.S. Census)

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