Definition of Augustine in English:

Augustine

Syllabification: Au·gus·tine
Pronunciation: /ˈôgəˌstēn, ôˈgəstin
 
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noun

  • An Augustinian friar.
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    • In the 1960s, after an absence of 150 years, the Augustines had returned to the village and restored the local church, reestablishing a Catholic priestly presence.
    • Shortly after this Augustine, born in 354, developed Christian theology after his conversion to Christianity in 386.

Origin

late Middle English: from Old French augustin, from Latin Augustinus 'Augustine' (see Augustinian).

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