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This name is pronounced "joo-lee-AH-nah".
-- Aqua  10/7/2005
Queen Juliana of the Netherlands is the most famous bearer of this name in my country (the Netherlands). She was named after Juliana van Stolberg.
-- Anonymous User  11/16/2005
Another famous bearer is Juliana Guillermo, the daughter of Princess Christina. Her grandmother was Juliana, queen of the Netherlands. Her family calls her: 'Julie'.
-- Anonymous User  11/16/2005
I like the name Ana. Where I live it is not one of the most frequent names. Most people, in fact, don't know that there's a saint and a day for this very name. The date is 3rd January.
-- julijana333  1/31/2006
Pronounced "Joo-lee-ON-uh" not "Joo-lee-ANN-uh."
-- Anonymous User  2/2/2006
Means soft-haired and youthful.
-- Anonymous User  2/2/2006
Juliana is a form of the Italian Giuliana.
-- Anonymous User  2/2/2006
Dutch pronunciation is yuy-lee-AH-nah. [noted -ed]
-- X-Mar  3/4/2006
A very pretty name for a girl, a great alternative to Julia.
-- Anonymous User  4/30/2006
I think that it sounds fine with either pronunciation. I have only known two "Juliana"s in my life, and they are both beautiful, intelligent, kind-hearted girls. I'm probably going to give this name to a daughter if I have one.
-- Anonymous User  6/20/2006
This is a lovely name for a girl! Great alternative to the overused Julia and Julie.
-- Anonymous User  7/13/2006
I much prefer this name to Julia. It is stronger and has more character, I think.
-- bellaboo  11/18/2006
Princess Alexia Juliana is the second child of the Crown Prince Willem-Alexander and his wife, Crown Princess Maxima. She is currently third in line to the throne of the Netherlands.
-- khaotickharma  11/28/2006
I love this name. It's much prettier than Julie or Julia, and fits all ages of a woman. Not like Nicole or Samantha, it's great.
-- spaz123  5/12/2007
My name is Juliana, and I pronounce it "Joo-lee-ANNE-ah" intead of "Joo-lee-ah-na". Everyone always comes up to me and tells me what a gorgeous name I have.
-- Anonymous User  7/16/2007
I know a little girl named Juliana, and I think it's a sweet name. There could be some trouble with the pronunciation of it though, I've heard many people saying juli-anna, but I think it sounds much better juli-ah-na.
-- tinydancer07  7/26/2007
Juliana was also the name of the mother from the animated movie Quest for Camelot - I love it a lot - both the name and the movie.
-- puppylove226959  8/11/2007
I love this name! It is GORGEOUS! It has such a pretty ring to it. What would be a good nickname though?
-- kool_babe14  5/13/2009
I prefer the pronunciation Joo-lee-AH-na.
-- Meadow  11/2/2009
I would also use Ana (AH-na) as a nickname.
-- Meadow  11/6/2009
I prefer the pronunciation Julie-Anne-Ah. Ever since I heard it in "Quest for Camelot" I have always loved the name. It is more mature than Julia and Julie which are overused and when I hear Julie or Julia the first thing that pops into my head is: "that's all?". I think Juliana completes the name.
-- Milena Scialfa  12/31/2009
It's pretty, not too overused. I prefer Giuliana, the Italian spelling.
-- Alora  1/30/2010
Juliana Hatfield is an American singer/songwriter.
-- marta-kajsa  5/27/2011
My favorite spelling of this name, better than Julijana or Julianna. I love it! I pronounce it yoo-lee-AHN-ah.
-- enchy  6/6/2011
Juliana (1802-1802) was the daughter of King Frederik VI of Denmark and his wife Marie Sophie.
-- CarolinW  6/12/2012
Juliana Cannarozzo (born 1989 in Boston, Massachusetts) is an American figure skater and actress.
-- Anonymous User  8/8/2012
Juliana Furtado (born 1967 in New York City) is an American mountain biker.
-- Anonymous User  8/8/2012
My name is Juliana and people always think it's spelled with two 'N's instead of one. I prefer it with one N, but if you're naming your kid this you may want to just go with two.
People usually call me Juliana, but my close friends sometimes call me Julez. I started spelling it with the Z when I was younger for some reason...
-- Julez22  6/13/2013
This is my name, and it's pronounced Joo-lee-ANN-uh, though some people do pronounce this as Joo-lee-ON-uh.
-- Anonymous User  6/19/2013

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