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I have always liked this name. All of the Justins I know are independent and strong. I like the name Justin Time.
-- DawnK79  5/11/2005
Famous bearer is Justin Timberlake.
-- Anonymous User  7/10/2005
The name Justin is great name for a boy that is going to grow up to be a man.
-- Anonymous User  1/11/2006
I'm not a big fan of the name Justin. I had a friend named that once, and he grew up to be a very boring man. I hate to say it but I was probably influenced very much by this.
-- Anonymous User  3/6/2006
Justin Pierre is the lead singer of Motion City Soundtrack.
-- Anonymous User  3/6/2006
The lead singer of the Darkness is Justin Hawkins.
-- dani_08  3/6/2006
I know several Justin's (including a cousin) and I like the name - but it cracks me up that one Justin I met had the last name of Case.
Justin Case
Hehe
-- Anonymous User  4/2/2006
I have always liked the name Justin. It is boyish, rugged and handsome. A great name for a boy to grow up with.
-- Anonymous User  4/26/2006
Famous bearer is Justin Guarini, 1st runner up on American Idol 2002. This will always remind me of him.
-- Gianna  6/14/2006
Justins are EVERYWHERE, and I've yet to meet a nice one.
-- Anonymous User  7/1/2006
My boyfriend's name is Justin. It suits him. My name is Heather. We both have very commoon, youthful names. But they are good names.
-- Anonymous User  7/17/2006
Like one other person on here, I've met someone named Justin Case. I think that's a horrible thing to do to a kid. I also have a cousin named Justin and he's a very strong, independent, and nice person. I personally am not too fond of the name itself, but I like the meaning of it and I think it would be good name for a person to have.
-- skatergirl2  7/28/2006
A famous bearer is the actor Justin Long, from movies like "Dodgeball" and "Accepted".
-- trayc53  8/16/2006
Justin Hayward from "The Moody Blues" bears this name.
-- Anonymous User  9/14/2006
I like this name a lot. It makes me think of a very masculine man with a good heart!
-- Anonymous User  9/14/2006
There's a character named Justin Finch-Fletchley in Harry Potter and a character named Justin Taylor in Queer as Folk.
-- Marauder  11/9/2006
I remember reading up on a Kabalarians entry for a deeper meaning, and it almost described my friend to a T - Easygoing, rather spontaneous and a great actor. I really like this name.
-- Daisee  1/3/2007
Justin Case? Justin Time? How awful! That gave me a laugh but that's not fair to the kid. However, I love this name. It is the name of my best male friend. My favorite combo for this name is Justin Michael, which is named directly after this friend. My connotation with this name, from what I've seen of Justins in general, can be a tough guy who can possibly be mean, or a manly guy but sensitive. My friend Justin, though, is who changed the connotation of the name entirely.
-- a_lovers_charm  3/8/2007
Everyone I've met named Justin is a jerk, haven't met a Justin that didn't rub me the wrong way. I like the name too but, for this reason, I will not name my kid Justin.
-- Anonymous User  7/10/2007
Justin Chancellor from Tool has this name.
-- Anonymous User  7/18/2007
I found this website that lists Bible verses in association with each name. The actual denotation of each name is nowhere near as accurate as BTN, but I thought the verse thing was cool. Verse for Justin is Psalm 41:1. See result by searching for Justin at
http://www.homesteaddesigns.com/name_meaning_search.htm
or, for an easier translation of the Bible verse, search for Psalm 41 on
http://www.biblegateway.com
-- a_lovers_charm  7/19/2007
Youthful, modern and masculine, some most appealing bearers are: English golfer Justin Rose, Australian cricketer Justin Langer and last but most, New Zealand rugby player Justin Marshall, VERY FIT, what a choice girls!
-- Anonymous User  12/9/2007
What about TV presenter Justin Lee Collins? Well-toned, tanned, smartly dressed, clean-cut, well-healed antipodian sportsmen like those above are all very nice, but give me a rugged, grungey caveman like JLC (please!) That's a real man, and gorgeous example of this fine man's name.
-- Anonymous User  12/22/2007
Justin Wilkie - lead signer of the band Rally Car is another famous bearer.
-- oosteph  1/3/2008
Justin Timberlake ruined this name for me.
-- jasmineenimsaj  2/23/2008
My brother's name is Justin. I like it! It sounds good for a young boy (he's 8), but it sounds good for an older person. Maybe if I have a son his middle name will be Justin?
-- Samantha-chan  3/24/2008
Justin Sheshoski, guitarist of the band Saosin.
-- Anonymous User  4/19/2008
I love the name Justin, but unfortunately, I have yet to meet a Justin who isn't a jerk. Also, the name is quite common now I think. Still a nice name though.
-- Anonymous User  4/19/2008
A famous bearer is American soap opera actor Justin Deas (born March 30, 1948). He is best known for his various roles as Buzz Cooper on 'Guiding Light' (since 1993), Tom Hughes on 'the World Turns' (1980 to 1984), Keith Timmons on 'Santa Barbara' (1986 to 1988), and Dr. Bucky Carter on 'Ryan's Hope' (1975 to 1978). He has won 6 Daytime Emmy Awards: 3 for 'Guiding Light' (with 1 additional nomination), 2 for 'Santa Barbara' (with 1 additional nomination), and 1 for 'As the World Turns' (with 1 additional nomination).
-- AndrewJKD  4/19/2008
He might be over 60 now, but in the 1970s Moody Blues singer Justin Hayward was a handsom blond bombshell - lovely!
-- Anonymous User  5/8/2008
A famous bearer of this name is Justin Furstenfield, the lead singer in the rock band Blue October.
-- LucyHugh  5/19/2008
Justin Whitlock Dart, Jr. (1930-2002) was an American activist. He was most widely known for his support of the disabled community.
-- a_lovers_charm  6/4/2008
I don't think any one mentioned the Justin who was the rat-hero from Mrs. Frisby and the Rats of NIMH.
-- Anonymous User  6/24/2008
Justin is that kind of name that gives me a mental image of a doe-eyed boy who is very talkative and sweet and makes friends easily. I personally think it's a good name with a strong meaning.
-- _0TophasNails_1  8/6/2008
I like this name, but I've known so many.
-- bananarama  9/14/2008
A famous bearer is a character in JK Rowling's Harry Potter series: Justin Flinn-Fletchy.
-- Anonymous User  9/24/2008
Oh! How could I forget Justin from Nymh? That kinda gives me an even more heroic sense of the name now when I think about it. I loved those movies! :D
Not a famous bearer, necessarily, but the oldest brother in Wizards of Waverly Place's name is Justin. LOL.
-- a_lovers_charm  11/3/2008
Even though this name is common; I like it a lot. I might even name my future boy this. I think of a guy who is handsome, easy-going, hilarious, random, sensitive and sexy. Not to mention I know a guy named this and he was every one of those! This is a really cool name.
-- Anonymous User  12/10/2008
Famous bearer--Justin Bartha, an American actor best know for playing Riley Poole in the "National Treasure" films.
-- lighthousepizza  1/24/2009
This is one of my favorite boy names, I like the fact that it's both elegant yet casual, it's also practical because it's easy to remember, spell and pronounce. It's popular but not extremely common. When I hear this name I think of a handsome, educated guy who has a great personality and a great sense of humor. Guys names Justin are usually popular and unique.
-- gigilin23  8/25/2009
A famous bearer is Justin Bieber: r&b singer.
-- iceskater735  10/28/2009
Justin is the name of my brother in law. I don't like how over-used it is, so I wouldn't choose it for my son if I had one.
-- Anonymous User  2/28/2010
I like this name, but Justin Bieber ruined it.
-- Chrila96  11/2/2010
I've always loved the name Justin. I WON'T let that JB kid ruin this name for me.
-- Anonymous User  12/11/2010
It was also the name of US composer and horse breeder Justin Morgan (1747-1798). He is best known as the owner of the stallion Figure, whom would later bear his name and go on to become the founding sire of the Morgan Horse breed.
-- Anonymous User  4/26/2011
Justin is an okay name. I'm just not a big Justin Beiber fan (not that I hate him, because I don't). So the name has gotten to where it reminds me of him. Still, I like it okay, though personally I prefer Dustin or Austin.
-- St.ClairK59  2/21/2012
Sir Justin is also the name of the DC Comics hero Shining Knight. He was a knight from the old days of Camelot that got transported into our time. He's not that well known, however, the most exposure he's gotten was in the "Seven Soldiers of Victory" story lines and in the Justice League Unlimited episodes "Task Force X" and "Patriot Act", which were some of the best episodes in the show.

I like the name Justin, not simply because of the character, but because of its meaning- "Just." In my opinion, it is a strong name with an honest tradition, even if some of the pop culture bearers don't live up to the name.
-- Shieldmaiden  4/26/2012
Justin Pierre James Trudeau, MP (born December 25, 1971) is a Canadian politician. He has represented the Montreal electoral division of Papineau in the Canadian House of Commons since 2008 as a member of the Liberal Party and currently serves as the party's critic for youth, post-secondary education, and amateur sport. Trudeau is the eldest son of the late former Canadian prime minister Pierre Trudeau and Margaret Sinclair Trudeau Kemper.
-- sambchop  7/8/2012
It's overused, and I dislike Justin Bieber. Sorry.
-- zaki95  9/14/2012
I wouldn't name my kid this because of Justin Beiber.
-- Melys11  1/16/2013
Looks like people dislike this name because they are jealous of Justin Bieber. Justin is a lovely boys name. I didn't pay much attention to it when I was little until now. And plus, Justin Bieber is a good person to look up to if you start to realise it.
-- MeinNameIstMelissa  5/4/2013
I used to really like this name. Then Justin Bieber came along and ruined it.
-- Lolth  5/26/2013
I don't like Justin Bieber either, but I really wasn't a fan of this name even before he came along. It's a decent name with a nice meaning, but it sounds so youthful. I have a hard time picturing a 40-year-old man named Justin.
-- mrose19  10/12/2013
This is my fiance's name and I love it. I have generally always liked most Justin's I have met and I ended up falling madly in love with a Justin. I think it's strong, youthful, and rugged.
-- MeggieCamille  12/15/2013

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