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My name is Julianna and I just love my name! My stepcousin's cousin has a cousin named Julianna too! What's really ironic is that both our middle names are Rose! This name is becoming popular. I'm satisfied with my name.
-- Julianna_Rose  3/30/2006
Very beautiful name, I like this spelling the best.
-- Anonymous User  4/30/2006
This spelling is preferred in my opinion for at least two reasons. Julianna creates a balanced male/female name (due to the "anna") from an otherwise male-derived name (Julius). Even the pronunciation ("Jool-E-Anna") seems uniformly distributed. Conversely, "Juliana" is not as balanced and the "ana" pronunciation ("Oan-na") sounds unduly stuffy.
-- Anonymous User  5/23/2006
A famous bearer of this actress is Julianna Luisa Margulies (born June 8, 1966). She starred as Nurse Carol Hathaway on the medical drama "ER" for 6 years.
-- AndrewJKD  7/23/2006
I prefer this spelling of the name because I think it looks more "finished," but it's a great name no matter how it's spelled.
-- Brenna  7/25/2006
I LOVE this name! I prefer to pronounce it jool-e-ahn-nah, instead of ann-na. I like ahn-nah better! I think it sounds prettier that way!
-- Anonymous User  12/11/2006
Julianna could be a combination of Julia and Anna.
-- bibi66  6/19/2007
I LOVE this name. Although, if I was going to call her anything for short, I would call my daughter Julia not Julie, I would save Julie for the Julianne's and Juliann's. Julia is very pretty for Julianna's and Juliana's. But I'm not so very sure I would shorten Julianna or Juliana to Julia or Julie. I might just stick with Julianna and Juliana, they're just so pretty! I think they're almost TOO pretty to be shortened to anything like Julia. But some people do shorten their kid's name. I know 1 Julianna and 1 Julianne. Julianna goes by simply Julianna or sometimes she goes by Julia if she wants something quicker to write down. Julianne goes by Julie, but a lot of people call her Julia. I love all forms of this name, even the pet forms!
-- Patricia Underwood  3/5/2008
I caught this name in a book, and since then I've thought it's the prettiest version of all the names with the roots "Julia" or "Julie."
-- erb816  4/10/2008
This is one of the rare combo names that sound nice, and the name is actually very pretty. I won't use it myself, as it isn't all that unusual or uncommon, and it will surely be shortened, which is almost a pity, as it sounds nice in its entirety.
-- slight night shiver  6/12/2008
I can't stand this spelling. It looks really tacky. Juliana is an Italian name, so STICK to the ORIGINAL spelling.
-- Alora  1/3/2010
This is my name, which I do very much appreciate. I'm Italian, but I know if my name was spelled Giuliana, most people would try to pronounce it "GOO-lee-AHN-a." It's also a bit annoying whenever someone spells it with one "n", but I like my name. I mostly go by "Julie" instead of "Julia" because Julia sounds too girly and that's just not in my personality.
-- Anonymous User  8/8/2010
Nice name, but I prefer Julia. It's much more simple and elegant.
-- Chrila96  10/10/2010
One of my favorite names, but spelled Juliana.
-- enchy  6/6/2011
My name is Julieanna Rose. I like it because it is unique. You don't hear it all the time. Does it sounds childish to anyone?
-- Jayrose  1/31/2012
Julianna Guill (born 1987 in Winston-Salem, North Carolina) is an American actress.
-- Anonymous User  8/8/2012
Julianna Luisa Margulies (born 1966 in Spring Valley, New York) is an American actress.
-- Anonymous User  8/8/2012
Julianna Rose Mauriello (born 1991 in Irvington, New York) is an American actress.
-- Anonymous User  8/8/2012

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