Augustine or Augustin may refer to:


* Augustine of Hippo (354-430), the Church Father and patron of the Augustinians
* Augustine of Canterbury (d. 604), the first Archbishop of Canterbury
* D. J. Augustin (b. 1987), American basketball player
* Jerry Augustine (b. 1952), American baseball player
* Kathy Augustine (1956–2006), first female state controller of Nevada
* Mar Augustine Kandathil (1874-1956), first Indian Archbishop and first Metropolitan of the Catholic St. Thomas Christians
* Norman Ralph Augustine (b, 1935), American aviation engineer/businessman
*Augustine Huy Viet Phan, Augustine Moi Van Nguyen, and Augustine Schoffler, three of the Vietnamese Martyrs


* Augustine Volcano, volcano on Augustine Island
* Sankt Augustin, town in Germany
* Augustine Heights, a suburb in Ipswich, Australia


* oh du lieber Augustin, Viennese folk song
* Augustine (given name), the name
* St. Augustine, disambiguation page for St. Augustine
* Augustin, King of Kung-Fu, 1999 French movie
* Augustinians, Catholic monastic order

Augustin may also be:
* Augustin, a commune in Braşov County, Romania

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