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This name derives from the patronymic of the Roman cognomen “rōbustus”, meaning “oak, oaken, (figuratively) robust, strong, vigorous, resistant, son of Robust, a descendant of Robust.” St. Robustian was an early martyr put to death probably in Milan. The feast day is celebrated in Italy on May 24 in memory of St. Robustiano.

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