Origin:Latin
Popularity:617
Meaning:Youthful; Jove's child; Sky father
Beautiful Juliet is of Latin, French and English origins, meaning "youthful" and "Jove's child." Juliet once walked hand in hand with her prince Romeo, though the romantic name has much more to offer. Juliet stems from the Middle Ages as a form of Julian and comes from Julius, which was a Roman family name. Dating back even further, Juliet possibly originates from the Latin word iuvenis, Greek ioulos, or Jovis, another form of Jupiter, meaning "sky father." Graced with celestial overtones rooted in history; What's in a name? Quite a lot, it seems.

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