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Meaning of Julia: Youthful, Soft Haired, Down-bearded Youth, Jove's Child, Descended from Jupiter (Jove), Soft Bearded, God is Gracious
Julia was ranked 879 in 2011 US male names list and elevated by 1.01% from its previous ranking of 888 in 2010. Julia was ranked 88 in 2015 list of US girls name and dropped by 2.33% from its previous ranking of 86 in 2014. Comes from the Latin "Julius" Name of an illustrious Roman family. Is celebrated on April 8th.. Julia are down to earth and strong opinions. It is useless to try to change his mind. Stubborn, sometimes sulky and moody,Juliaare also very generous and do not count their time to help. Their kindness and femininity have their charm. Julia love to fight and win. Workers, smart, lucky,Juliahave all the assets to succeed in life.
Full form of Julia : Jolly Unselfish Logical Inoffensive Amusing
Julia is a very very popular first name for a girl in England & Wales which is popular since 2006 and ranked 97 in 2014. Around 7622 people wear Julia as their first name. Julia is a very consistent name over the past 18 years.
Julia is a very very popular first name for a girl in United States which is popular since 1880 and ranked 88 (0.084478% bearer) in 2015 in US. Around 451220 people wear Julia as their first name. Julia is a rare first name for a boy in United States which is a rare name since 1882 and ranked 88 (0.084478% bearer) in 2015 in US. Only 451220 people have Julia as their first name. Julia is not a native United States and Julia may be came from another language or is a short form of some other name. 0.126222% of people in US have this given name.
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Expression number of Julia is 8.
Julia has the potential to attain power and authority in their life. Julia are skilled and efficient who enjoys rivalries and Julia does not back away from working hard to achieve what they have resolved in their mind
Names that rhyme with Julia
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Julia Milaris in Major League as Actress
Julia Radochia in I Just Want to Eat My Sandwich as Producer
Julia Grob in East WillyB as Writer
Julia Ann West in A Walk to Remember as Actress
Yolande Julian in Crash as Actress
Juliana Betancourth in Patas Arriba as Actress
Julia Gillard in Episode #20.9 as
Julia VanEllis in Diamond Ice'd as Actress
Jamie Julia Parker in Running Home as Actress
Julia Hede-Wilkens in Julafton as Cinematographer
Julia van Bergen is a Dutch singer.
Julia Roberts is known for her acting in movie Erin Brockovich Names like Julia Julia Namesakes Related Names: Jula, Julain, Julaine, Julana, Julane, Julani, Julann, Julanne, Julayne, Jule, Julea, Juleah, Julean, Juleana, Juleanna, Julee, Juleeanna, Juleen, Juleena, Juleesa
Posts having Julia: Comments :In ancient Rome, Julia was the name given to the women of the gens Julia or Iulia. It is so paramount etymology of this name (which was a name before gens ) that currently do not have a etymology accurate; in Spanish Castilian usually appear as etymologies for Julia as follows: "(strong) roots" or "wavy hair" to explain the first case it must be borne in mind that it was the gentile name of the old and patrician Roman family the Julia gens who was considered a descendant of July or Julo ( Iulus ) or Ascanio son of Eneas . If this hypothesis were true the name could derive from the Greek word ὑλη - Hyle or rubber - with the meaning of material or wood (in both cases, as in Latin originally refers to the mother), that is, then, means " the forest ", as the second name was the son of Aeneas (Silvio = jungle or forest); or it may come from the name of the fortress of Troy , often called by the Latins also Iulus , I (v) as well Commemorating the other name Troy: Ilium or Ylión (remember that the Romans were considered descendants of Trojans as it is made explicit in the Aeneid of Virgil ).
The word derives from the Latin Lulis , meaning "heat" and the word is derived from the warmest month in the hemisphere north: July.
Versions of this name are Jula, Jule, Julianna, Julianne, Julie, Julietta, Julina, Juline. - Bennett Brady Popularity of Julia