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This could also be used as a surname.
-- echo_of_the_past  10/9/2005
This would be a good name for someone whose birthday is in August.
-- Anonymous User  1/14/2006
This is also used as a girl's name.
-- Anonymous User  5/10/2006
I think it's a classy yet very beautiful name.
-- Tudor  6/14/2006
In French, Augustine is used as a feminine name. (source: http://www.meilleursprenoms.com/Etymologie/Etymologie.php3?search=Augustine&image.x=0&image.y=0)
-- kanine  1/15/2007
I think that Augustine is a beautiful name for a girl, not so much for a guy. When I hear the name Augustine it makes me think of all the colors of the leaves in autumn (especially orange). I don't know why I think of that, I just do.
-- aja3  7/30/2007
This was the name of a major (male) character in the book "Uncle Tom's Cabin" - Augustine St. Clare.
-- earthnut  9/13/2007
Augustine is one of those "big" names to me, like the man with this name has got to have the personality to live up to it; Augustine is talented, energetic, funny, happy, friendly and attractive. Perhaps it's because St. Augustine is a "heavy" saint, plus intelligent and rebellious in his youth. I've met a couple Augustines lately, one from Mexico and another from Chicago.

St. Augustine was from present-day Algeria, and said to be a Berber. He is an inspiration to me as my fiance is a Berber too.
-- Anonymous User  11/12/2007
There is a city in Florida called St. Augustine, it is where the Fountain of Youth is said to be located.
-- isabelajane  4/12/2008
What about Augustile?
-- Anonymous User  5/24/2008
This is a terrible name for a boy, but nice for a girl!
-- Anonymous User  5/24/2008
Although I like the month of August and I guess August would be a good name, I don't like this name.
-- KayeKiLa  9/14/2008
It's okay, but I prefer the Spanish spelling, "Agustin."
-- Ouaie  12/16/2008
It sounds okay, but heavy Christian associations and very over the top.
-- Aureliano  2/28/2010
In my opinion, this name is truly unisex. And no, names like Madison and Aubrey do not count as unisex. It could be argued than the -tine ending sounds masculine because of similar names like Constantine, but it could also be argued to be feminine for that same reason, because the ending is also found in feminine names like Clementine. The reason it's considered feminine in France is probably because the suffix -ine is sometines used to feminine masculine names (Clementine is an example) in French. I think it sounds very pretty on a French girl but for English usage, its better on a boy. It's an excellent name regardless- strong for a boy and extremely elegant for a girl :-)
-- Anonymous User  8/16/2013

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