Justus

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Gender: M Meaning of Justus: "just" Origin of Justus: Latin Justus's Popularity in 2015: #866

More unusual than Justin, less word-like than Justice, this New Testament name could make an intriguing choice. After being off the popularity lists from 1904 to 1993, it is now being used in steady numbers.

There have been three notable saints named Justus: St. Justus of Canterbury, who was instrumental in the conversion of Anglo-Saxons to Roman Christians and became the fourth Bishop of Canterbury, and the martyred St. Justus of Beauvais and St. Justus of Lyons.

Famous People Named Justus

Isaiah Justus Farrow, son of American actress Mia Farrow
Justus von Liebig, German chemist
Justus Lipsius, 16th-century philosopher
Justus D. Barnes, American stage and silent film actor best known for his role in the 1903 short silent Western, The Great Train Robbery

Pop Culture References for the name Justus

Justus is one of the priests of the Below, who cares for the temple bats, in Ally Condie's "Atlantia."