Julia

Julia

joo-lee-ə

The baby girl name Julia represent unique meaning, Soft-haired, is popular among latin ethenicity or origin.

In native script, the name Julia is written as Юлия(Russian) and pronounce as joo-lee-ə, the name contain around 2 syllables in pronouciations.

The human Julia has also nick names such as Yuriko, and also has variations of Jolette, Juleen, Juliana, Julie, Juliet, Juline, Julinka, Yuliana, Giulia.

Julia originates in Latin language and means "soft-haired". It is a feminine form of Julius. Julia was the name of a character in the Bible, as well as the name of several martyrs and saints, including Julia of Corsica and Julia of Merida. It is also the character in Shakespeare's play The Gentlemen of Verona. In the English-speaking countries it has been regularly used since the 18th century and has always been one of the most popular feminine given names in the United States. It was popularized by the American actress Julia Roberts. It functions as a surname as well.

Famous Julia's

  • Julia Ann Actress
  • Julia Beers Artist
  • Julia Cameron British Artist
  • Julia Carson Politician
  • Julia Child Chef
  • Julia Denton Actress
  • Julia Dollison Jazz Artist
  • Julia Fields Writer
  • Julia Grant U.S. First Lady In The 19Th Century
  • Julia Hartwig Writer
  • Julia Holland Writer
  • Julia Howe Poet
  • Julia Jumbo Artist
  • Julia Levy Published Author
  • Julia Lowell Writer
  • Julia Roberts Actress
  • Julia Stiles Actress
  • Juliana Hatfield Musician
  • Juliana Martins Model
  • Juliana Texley Writer


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