Definition of Augustine in English:

Augustine

Pronunciation /ˈôɡəstēn/ /ˈɔɡəstin/

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noun

  • An Augustinian friar.

    ‘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).