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Juliette sounds like such an innocent, yet mature in character woman. I love this name.
frangg23  11/15/2005
Juliette Binoche is a French actress.
― Anonymous User  12/20/2005
I always thought this name was a French form the name Juliet, because in French Juliet would be "zhu-li-ay", while Juliette would be closer to the true pronunciation.
Aqua  4/29/2006
Famous bearer: Juliette Lewis (born 21 June 1973), Oscar-nominated actress and lead singer with the band Juliette and the Licks.
reservoirdoll1987  10/19/2006
Juliette Lowe, nicknamed Daisy, founded Girl Scouts.
― Anonymous User  4/3/2007
Juliette Norton (Jools), wife of Jamie Oliver is a (sort of) famous bearer.
― Anonymous User  4/8/2007
I am not a huge fan of most names beginning with Juli- (except the boy's name Julian), but I prefer this spelling over Juliet. This spelling I think looks prettier.
xxMissMeghonxx  6/15/2007
I really like this name. Another version is Julietta which is pretty as well.
Florabel  7/23/2007
Juliet is gorgeous, but Juliette seems too frilly and over-the-top.
Skittsie13  2/17/2008
Of Lou Reed's song "Romeo had Juliette".
scholasticastewart  3/26/2008
This is my favorite name for a girl. If I had a daughter right now this is what I would name her! I think it fits a baby and young child, but would continue to grow on her. A teenager would not be ashamed to have this name, nor would a woman think her name sounded like a child. Plus it's an interesting spelling, and I think another cool twist would be Juliett.
SummerSerenades  10/4/2009
I was actually almost named Juliette (my last name is Lewis, and my mom had a bit of an obsession with the actress)
That aside, I really do love this name. It's got just the right balance of charm/romance and maturity. It could fit a young girl, a teen, an adult, and a senior citizen alike.
This spelling is so much more gorgeous than the rather plain Juliet, and I prefer Juliette's pronunciation with accent on the last syllable, rather than the first.
This name is prettier on paper, prettier to say, and probably won't lead to as much Romeo and Juliet jokes.
And usually, I find names ending in -ette more charming than their -et counterparts (Violette, Juliette, etc.)
DaphneSusan  10/23/2010
Juliet is lovely, but Juliette seems like it's trying too hard.
Chrila96  11/18/2010
This name is so pretty, and looks great on paper. It also doesn't have the negative connotations that Juliet might have, or any 'Romeo and Juliet' jokes.
volleygirl92  12/17/2010
Elegant and timeless. I would love to see this name on a fresh, young face.
Joy12  5/3/2011
What a lovely name! Simply beautiful.
enchy  6/6/2011
I really like this name; I think it sounds intelligent and yet down-to-earth at the same time, and I definitely think the French spelling should be used more often, because it sounds more elegant and feminine. :-)
walesgal92  9/29/2011
Juliette Lewis (born 1973 in Los Angeles, California) is an American actress and singer.
― Anonymous User  5/31/2012
Juliette Rose Goglia (born 1995 in Los Angeles, California) is an American actress.
― Anonymous User  5/31/2012
Juliette Gordon Low (born 1860 in Savannah, Georgia) was an American youth leader. She was the founder of Girl Scouts of the USA.
― Anonymous User  5/31/2012
This is a beautiful name, and it has an even prettier spelling than Juliet. It reminds me of the heroine in Romeo and Juliet, and it's gorgeous.
StarMoon  12/29/2012
This is so pretty! It's way better than Juliet, and if you spell it this way you won't have irritating connections to the play, which is just all too obvious.
― Anonymous User  2/19/2013
The name Juliette was pretty popular in France in the early 1900's but began its decline by the 1940's. It was revived again in the mid 80's and has since become quite popular.
bonjour_mon_joli  8/25/2013
Such a pretty name! It has nice literary connections and has a very nice ring to it as well. I also prefer this spelling, too. It looks prettier and sweeter spelt this way.
MusicBelle  10/31/2013
My name is Juliette and I am French as this is definitely a French spelling and as one of you wrote it would sound Juliay. I must admit even with this writing you get lots of Romeo and Juliet jokes ;) but what I like about my name is that in France it's a name like any and then when I'm abroad it becomes much more original to people and very romantic. It's supposed to mean "youthful" and most Juliettes that I know, like me, are very energetic and have so much youth in them.
― Anonymous User  5/6/2014
I love Juliette and it's so romantic and beautiful to me but it's kinda hard for me to pick out a middle name for it. One of my favorites is Aria or Lana but I really love this name. It's a classic and I always wanted it but it's not even in the top 100, so really usable to me.
555jazzy  7/3/2014
As kind of like an answer to the previous comment, my middle name is Juliette. It goes with my first name in a contrasting manner, if that makes any sense. Juliette is a very feminine, soft name in my opinion, and my first name is very boyish. So if you put them together it kind of balances out. :)
Kangaroo  4/6/2015
It fascinates me to see that the timeline for revival of popularity for the name Juliette began in the U.S. and Belgium in 1995; my daughter Juliette was born in early 1996! Coincidental?
rowan7gold  2/8/2016
Juliette James is an English YouTuber known for producing whimsical and inspiring vlogs on her channel thisbedottie. She goes by the nickname Dottie.
Zina  4/30/2016
Juliette Silverton, girlfriend of main character in Grimm.
akg1ltmr  8/20/2016
There's a famous song that made me love the name, Check yes Juliet. Yes it has a tie with a forbidden relationship like in Romeo and Juliet, but at the same time it's a very pleasant song. It's actually the reason why it's on my list.
QuinnBethany  10/2/2016
Juliette Binoche is a French actress, artist and dancer. She has appeared in more than 60 feature films, been recipient of numerous international awards, and has appeared on stage and in movies across the world. Coming from an artistic background, she began taking acting lessons during adolescence. After performing in several stage productions, she began acting in films by auteur directors Jean-Luc Godard, Jacques Doillon and André Téchiné, who made her a star in France with the leading role in his 1985 drama Rendez-vous. Her sensual performance in her English-language debut The Unbearable Lightness of Being, directed by Philip Kaufman, launched her international career.
cutenose  1/12/2017

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