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Gender: F Meaning of Faustina: "fortunate one" Origin of Faustina: Latin

A name with several distinguished namesakes: the wife of ancient Roman Emperor Marcus Aurelius, a famous Italian opera singer, and two Catholic saints--making it both substantial and unusual.

Famous People Named Faustina

Saint (Maria) Faustina Kowalska, first Polish female saint
Faustina, Roman Empress consort of Constantius II
Faustina the Elder (Annia Galeria Faustina), Roman Empress consort of Antoninus Pius
Faustina the Younger (Annia Galeria Faustina Minor), Roman Empress consort of Marcus Aurelius; daughter of Faustina the Elder
Faustina "Fuzzy" Agolley, Australian TV presenter
Faustina Bordoni, Italian operatic mezzo-soprano
Faustina Maratti, Italian Baroque painter and poet
Faustina Hasse Hodges, Anglo-American organist and composer

Pop Culture References for the name Faustina

"Faustina," 1957 Spanish film and its main character
Variations: Fausta, Faustia, Faustiana