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There is a German TV presenter with this name, she pronounces her name JOOL-EE-ah.
-- Anonymous User  1/17/2006
In Italy this name is overused!
-- Anonymous User  9/16/2006
The beautiful Italian actress Samuela Sardo plays the role of Giulia in the series "Incantesimo".
-- iva_toneva  2/7/2007
Giulia Anna Masina was the birth name of Giulietta Masina, legendary Italian actress and wife of famed film director Federico Fellini.
-- ars musica  4/12/2008
What a beautiful name. Much prettier than Julia.
-- jaclyn_francesca  7/24/2008
Boring! I hate it!
-- Anonymous User  7/12/2012
I liked this at first, but now that I think about it, I'm not a big fan. Julia is beautiful and timeless, and I understand that this is the Italian form (although I thought Julia was Italian anyways..?) but it looks like its pronounced gwee-oo-lia.
-- Anonymous User  1/28/2013
At present, in Italy, Giulia is too common! I'm a teacher and in my little school there are at least 5 children with that name!
-- Eretria  2/6/2013
The name Giulia is rarely used in the United States, being given to 117 baby girls in 2012.
-- Oohvintage  7/17/2013
Giulia Arena is an Italian beauty queen, television presenter and model. She is noted for winning Miss Italia 2013.

Sicilian of Messina, was born in Pisa, then returned to Sicily. She studies at the Faculty of Jurisprudence of Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore.

She participated in the competition with the Miss Cinema band Planter's Sicily and was also elected Miss Cinema.
-- lilolaf  2/3/2017
Giulia Domenichetti is an Italian football midfielder who plays for Sassari Torres of Italy's Serie A. She previously played for Calcio Chiasiellis and won two Serie A winner's medals in her first spell with Sassari Torres.

A versatile midfielder, Domenichetti is a longstanding member of the Italy women's national football team with over 80 caps. She is a veteran of Italy's 2005, 2009 and 2013 UEFA Women's Championship campaigns.
-- lilolaf  2/3/2017

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