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I knew this girl named Justine in middle school. She hated her name so much she changed the spelling to Justeen. (so people would stop calling her Justin) I did like the name though.
-- hlbheather1  7/31/2005
Actress Justine Bateman played the part of Mallory Keaton on the 1980's sitcom Family Ties.
-- Anonymous User  12/19/2005
Justine Frischmann is a British singer and guitarist best known as the lead singer of Britpop band Elastica.
-- Anonymous User  12/22/2005
My cousin's name is Justine, it's a terrible name.
-- Anonymous User  3/5/2006
This my name, and I identify with the person who changed their name to Justeen. I have been called Justin more times than I can count. And so has another girl in my class by the same name. I love my name, I just hate being called Justin. Consider that if you plan on using this name.
-- Anonymous User  3/15/2006
But, it's such a pretty name! Sorry, you get called Justin.
-- Anonymous User  5/23/2006
Justine Henin-Hardenne is a Belgian tennis player.
-- emeraldstar  7/12/2006
Justine has been in use since the 1880's very sporadically but used the most in the 1990's.
-- Anonymous User  9/19/2006
"Justine" was one-fourth of the Alexandria Quartet, written by Alexandre Dumas. More imfamously, it's the title of a novel written by the Marquis de Sade in 1791 during his imprisonment in the Bastille. "Justine" and its companion work "Juliette" are the 'misfortunes of virtue' of two sisters. Contains fetishism, incest, and other poorly written drivel.
-- GasolineAllie  11/28/2006
Justine is a character in the film, The Good Girl. She is played by Jennifer Aniston.
-- Anonymous User  2/6/2007
I'm so sorry, but this is such a boring name. I knew a beautiful little girl named Justine. I couldn't figure out why her parents would name her this. It's nice a middle name though. But as a first name? I mean, you could name your kid something so much more.
-- Anonymous User  3/24/2007
This name is not boring. It is a very pretty name and it isn't overused which is nice.
-- CharlieRob  5/10/2007
This is my name and I wouldn't change it for the world! It is unique and original! I haven't met that many other people called Justine. For me, it is a beautiful name!
-- jellybean  6/28/2007
Well I do sometimes get called Justin which rather annoys me as I am not a guy. It's also somewhat amusing listening to people from other countries say my name for the first time! I get so many varieties! The French pronunciation is my favourite and Italian and Spanish battle it out for a close second and third!
-- jellybean  6/28/2007
I used to know this really really nice girl named Justine. She was cool, and she would always tell me about how people mispronounced her name. Personally, I didn't understand why, but hey!
-- Umihana  7/11/2007
Justine Waddell is a British actress originally from South Africa. She played the main female role in "Tess of the D'Urbervilles," "Wives and Daughters," and "The Mystery of Natalie Wood."
-- Kate  8/7/2007
Justine Pasek, former Miss Universe from Panama, is a famous bearer.
-- nadiaxox  12/21/2007
I really like the name Justine. It's cute, won't ever be considered unfashionable, and is fairly uncommon. Justine sounds like a very royal and romantic name.
-- Anonymous User  12/22/2007
This is my name and I love it. It is not so common or overused like a lot of names; very unique. I've always been called Justin since elementary school, but it doesn't bother me anymore, I respond to two names! :-)
-- MBcarolinagirl  3/5/2008
This is my middle name, and in my eyes, a beautiful name in general. Justine is just so elegant and graceful sounding. Again, a beautiful name!
-- cali  3/30/2009
Justine Ezarik (also known as iJustine) is a popular name bearer.
-- Anonymous User  7/24/2009
You would have to be illiterate to mispronounce Justine- yeah, it's French, but the spelling follows English rules as well.
It's a lovely name.
-- lucyskydiamonds  2/7/2010
I'm pretty sure the French pronunciation is zhuy-STEEN. If it were zhoo-STEEN, the name would have to be spelt Joustine. [noted -ed]
-- shotgun_wedding  3/13/2010
I love the name Justine, and I would use it, but I find it hard not to think about the poor, innocent, young nanny from Mary Shelley's "Frankenstein", swinging from the gallows for a crime she didn't commit.
-- Clytemnestra  1/22/2011
This is my name, and I'll have to say I've gotten nothing but positive comments about it. Its popularity peaked in the 1990s, when I was born- but I've only met one other person with my name. I didn't really like my name when I was younger, but I've sort of grown into it. I've realized that it doesn't look silly on a job application, but it isn't too formal either. I wouldn't change my name for any other name now. :)
-- Justine_Adrian  11/10/2011
A famous bearer of this name is Justine Bateman.
-- Justine_Adrian  11/12/2011
Justine was the longtime girlfriend of Theodore "Theo" Huxtable on the American television series "The Cobsy Show".
-- Anonymous User  3/19/2012
This is my name, and I love it! It is very unique, and I have only met one other person named Justine. I think it is very pretty and, unlike many of the other commenters, I haven't had any problems with being called Justin.
-- Anonymous User  7/2/2012
I'm so sorry, but this name is just so hideous! It probably looks good in print, but in Braille, which is what I read, it is not attractive at all. It doesn't even sound good. Besides, my brother's name is Justin, and when he was little we used to tease him and call him Justina. I don't like this name or its variants.
-- Sabella Authoress  9/30/2012
Justine Larbalestier is a wonderful Australian author.
-- clouds  10/1/2012
This is my name and I love it! It is beautiful and classic, and yet also not very common. I have only met one other person with this name.
-- tinaz  3/17/2013
The name Justine was given to 134 baby girls born in the US in 2012.
-- Oohvintage  7/17/2013
The sexiest female name I can think of. Its so very sophisticated and feminine. I would love to have this as my name.
-- Lollipopfop  1/20/2014

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