Origin:Latin
Popularity:270
Meaning:youthful or Jove's child
Julia is the feminine form of the old Roman family name Julius, but it still sounds fresh and fashionable and at home in any era. Julia came into vogue in the 18th century and remains a classical baby name choice for girls. The French form of Julia is Julie, and the Italian form is Giulia, but today’s modern variations for girls are more likely to embrace the fanciful Julianna, the unisex Julian and the casual Jules.

Famous Julias

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  • Julia Louis-Dreyfus
    Comedian
  • Julia Roberts
    Actress

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Source: Social Security Administration

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