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Meaning of the Name Julia

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The first name Julia is of Shakespearean, Latin, Swedish, Greek, French origin. It is often a girl name. It has the following meaning(s):

Shakespearean: 'Two Gentlemen of Verona' a Lady of Verona, Beloved of Proteus
Latin: Young. The Feminine Form of Julius. A Character in Shakespeare's Play 'Two Gentlemen of Verona'
Swedish: Youth
Greek: Feminine Form of Julius: Downy. Hairy. Derived from the Clan Name of Roman Dictator Gaius Julius Caesar
Latin: Downy-cheeked, Dazzling, Amorous, Superficial. (Julie, Julietre, Julietta, Juliane, Julianne)
Latin: Soft-haired, Youthful
French: Youthful

Similar Names

Jalil | Jolie | Julio | Jala' | Jalia | Jalila | Jola | Joli | Jule | Julee |

Related Names

Caesar  (Latin)
The Family Name of Roman Dictator Gaius Julias Caesar. Its Origin is Uncertain:, But May Come from 'Caesaries' Meaning Hair, or 'Caesius' Meaning 'Bluish-grey, or 'Caedere' Meaning to Cut, Perhaps Ref
Ena  (English)
Variant of Ina: a Diminutive of Any Names Ending in 'Ina' or 'Ena' Used As a Nickname. Famous Bearer: in Queen Victoria's Granddaughter Victoria Eugenie Julia Ena, Known As Princess Ena, Became Queen
Gillian  (English)
Child of the Gods. A Feminine Form of Julian, Meaning Jove's Child
Gillian  (Latin)
Feminine Form of Julian: Youthful. Jove's Child. Variant of Juliana
Giulia  (Italian)
Italian Form of Julia: Youthful
Giuliana  (Italian)
Variant of Juliana. Young
Giulio  (Italian)
Youthful; Variant of Julian and Julio
Ina  (English)
A Diminutive of Any Names Ending in 'Ina' or 'Ena' (Ie. Christina) Used As a Nickname. Famous Bearer: in Queen Victoria's Granddaughter Victoria Eugenie Julia Ena, Known As Princess Ena, Became Queen
Jilian  (English)
Jove's Child. Variant of Gillian from the Masculine Julian
Jill  (English)
Diminutive of Jillian : Child of the Gods. A Modern Variant of Gillian, Which is a Feminine Form of Julian, Meaning Jove's Child
Jillanne  (English)
Jove's Child. Variant of Gillian from the Masculine Julian
Jillayne  (English)
Jove's Child. Variant of Gillian from the Masculine Julian
Jillene  (English)
Jove's Child. Variant of Gillian from the Masculine Julian
Jillesa  (English)
Jove's Child. Variant of Gillian from the Masculine Julian
Jillian  (English)
Child of the Gods. A Modern Variant of Gillian, Which is a Feminine Form of Julian, Meaning Jove's Child
Jillian  (Latin)
Feminine Form of Julian: Youthful. Jove's Child. Variant of Juliana
Jilliane  (English)
Jove's Child. Variant of Gillian from the Masculine Julian
Jilliann  (English)
Jove's Child. Variant of Gillian from the Masculine Julian
Jilliann  (English)
Jove's Child. Variant of Gillian from the Masculine Julian
Jillianna  (English)
Jove's Child. Variant of Gillian from the Masculine Julian
Jillianne  (English)
Jove's Child. Variant of Gillian from the Masculine Julian
Jolyon  (Latin)
Feminine Variant of Julian: Youthful. Jove's Child
Jolyon  (Latin)
Variant of Julian: Youthful. Jove's Child. from Latin 'Julianus'. Form of Julius and Family Clan Name of Several Powerful Roman Emperors. in the Middle Ages, the Name Julian Was Used for Children of E
Julee  (French)
Jove's Child. A Feminine of Julian
Juleen  (French)
Jove's Child. A Feminine of Julian
Julian  (Spanish)
Youth
Julian  (Latin)
Belonging to Julius (Julio, Halian)
Julian  (English)
Jove's Child. Form of Julius and Family Clan Name of Several Powerful Roman Emperors. Biblical Roman Centurion Julius Saved Paul's Life During a Hazardous Voyage
Julian  (French)
Youthful
Julian  (Greek)
Youthful
Julian  (Latin)
Youthful. Jove's Child. from Latin 'Julianus'. Form of Julius and Family Clan Name of Several Powerful Roman Emperors. in the Middle Ages, the Name Julian Was Used for Children of Either Gender, But i
Julian  (Greek)
Youthlul
Juliana  (Anglo Saxon)
Name of a Poem
Juliana  (Latin)
Youthful. The Feminine Form of Julian. Famous Bearer: Former Queen Juliana of the Netherlands
Juliana  (Spanish)
Soft-haired
Julianna  (Latin)
Young. Jove's Child. Feminine of Julius
Julianna  (Slavic)
From the Name Julia and Anne
Julianne  (Latin)
Downy Grace. A Compound of the Names Julie and Anne. Also Can Be Interpreted As the Feminine Form of Julian: Youthful. Jove's Child
Julianne  (English)
From the Name Julia and Anne
Juliano  (Spanish)
Jove's Child
Juliarah  (Hebrew)
A Youthful Princess
Julie  (Latin)
Variant of Julia: Young
Julie  (French)
Downy. French Form of Julia. Also Can Be a Feminine Form of Julian: Youthful. Jove's Child. Famous Bearer: Actress Julie Andrews
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