Origin:Latin
Popularity:2880
Meaning:Youthful; Jove's child
Julianne, a sleek and sophisticated title, is Latin in origin and means “youthful” and “Jove’s child.” This attractive and versatile name may be a modern blending of Julie and Anne but is also the feminine form of Julian, which derives from Julius. You may think of Julius Caesar, one of the great emperors of the Roman Empire, who was deified after death. Julius may be related to the Latin Jovilius, meaning “descendant of Jove (aka Jupiter, or the Greek Zeus).” Julianne exudes grace and femininity, an eloquent name for a refined being such as baby. Whether you love Roman mythology or the names Julie and Anne, Julianne is an elegant appellation that will preserve the youthful light in baby’s eyes.

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