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I love this name, but I would never use it for a child because it is my dog's name.
Roanoke17  7/12/2006
There was a character in Beetlejuice named Juno.
claraelizabethann  9/29/2006
"Juno and the Paycock" is a play by Sean O'Casey, adapted to the screen in the 1930's, directed by Alfred Hitchcock.
― Anonymous User  2/10/2007
This is the phonetic of the town where I live, Juneau.
Dray  3/4/2007
On Sailor Moon, JunJun from the Amazon Quartet's name is derived from this!
Hailey2006  4/1/2007
I love this name. I seem to remember reading somewhere that it is also used in Ireland, as some sort of variant of Una/Oonagh, although I don't know how true that is.
― Anonymous User  4/1/2007
The Juno Awards are music trophies given out to Canadian artists.
bobcat_explorer  7/21/2007
I love this name. It flows beautifully. This is the name of a character in a story I'm writing. I think it's great name for her because it sounds very other-worldly and magestic.
smurphul  8/20/2007
Juno means "vital force".
LoQuiero  9/10/2007
Juno McGuff is a character in the movie "Juno" played by Ellen Page. It's an awesome movie, saw it last night. XD
pandasayscynical  12/23/2007
There is a movie called Juno about a girl named Juno who gets pregnant before she is even married or an adult (I think) so I am mad because I HATE IT WHEN THAT HAPPENS and I hate this name now. Thanks a lot, movie producers.
Penneyperson  12/31/2007
A real-life person with this name is British actress Juno Temple, whose films include "Atonement" and "The Other Boleyn Girl."
Martha Gold  3/2/2008
For a very long time, I though this was a masculine name because of the 'o' ending. It sounds a bit like a name parents would choose to make their daughter sound all edgy and hip, and that's why it would sound a bit strange on feminine, typically average girls and women, and on women past the age of 35.
slight night shiver  4/25/2008
At first, I thought this name was really weird when I heard it from the movie Juno. But once I thought about it more, I learned to love it. Of course, I will never name my child that because she'll be known as the girl named after the pregnant teenager, but I do love it.
LucyHugh  6/8/2008
I've always seen this as a masculine name. As a child, I had a parrot that said, "You know who!" (this was all he said for many years), but it came out, "Junohoo!" Thus, Juno became his name.
― Anonymous User  6/11/2008
This name is ugly. It's also become associated with a movie about teen pregnancy.
bananarama  9/9/2008
The name is lovely, it’s the Roman name of my most favorite Greek goddess, Hera. Queen of the Heavens, Goddess of Marriage. I’d be honored to be named after a goddess.
Angelsoft  10/7/2008
I think this is really pretty and majestic sounding. I also love the name Pandora. These are both really cool mythology names. It's pretty much names I like but I could never use for a child because it's too unusual. I would also not use this for a child because of the film Juno, it would cause a lot of teasing. Plus then what if she got pregnant to fit her name?
becca_marciano  3/1/2009
I love this name! It's one of my absolute favourites. Juno sounds so pretty and interesting. I like girl's names that end in "o" - they sound different. I'd love to use this name for my own daughter someday. And, I won't have to worry about associations with they movie, because by the time I'd ever have kids it would be completely forgotten about, ha ha.
― Anonymous User  7/10/2009
I am very fond of the movie Juno, and this is the only girl name I like that ends in O. It is cute, but I like June better.
Alora  1/2/2010
The Latin pronunciation is nice, but the English version is just not. Also, I don't think of it as a proper name.
― Anonymous User  1/30/2010
I think Juno is a gorgeous sounding, unusual name. I love Roman names, and this is no exception.
BeepBeepYeah  3/13/2010
I love this name, it is spunky. The film association is not a good thing for me, not that I have a problem with the content.
vomiting  9/7/2010
June, the sixth month of the year in the Gregorian calendar, is thought to be named after the ancient Roman Goddess Juno, queen of the gods.
moon_swooning  12/11/2010
I always like this name, but the movie kind of ruined it.

Also, in the movie True Lies, the bad chick's name is Juno.
Book_Reader22  4/10/2011
I have heard that this can be a nickname for Juniper. I am not sure but that is what I heard.
Ryry1996  6/10/2011
Juno is the name of late English socialite Denisa, Lady Newborough's daughter.
― Anonymous User  11/21/2012
I love the movie! Honestly and it's good because then your teenage daughter will feel more pressure of not doing it because people will connect her to the awesome movie. And I would be lucky if my daughter turned out like Juno McGuff, The reason why is she's not like other girls now who got pregnant to get attention or tie down a man. It was by accident plus she has confidence in herself that most teenagers don't have. And the girl knows how to handle her problems and be independent which I love so that's why I'm naming my daughter after the movie Juno.
555jazzy  2/13/2013
People need to educate themselves, that's what they need to do. Juno is the name of a roman goddess, used in literature and astronomy (asteroid, spacecraft).

If one's sole impression is "I hate the movie so now I hate the name" then one may consider picking up a book once in a while.
x12xy  3/27/2015
In German and some other languages, the pronunication is YOO-no /'ju. No/, which is close to the original Latin Iuno.
Crissov  3/25/2016
Juno Temple is an English actress. She has appeared in films such as Black Mass, The Other Boleyn Girl, Wild Child, Atonement, Maleficent and The Three Musketeers. She also had a starring role in the HBO series Vinyl.
cutenose  3/2/2017
The character Juno Steel from The Penumbra Podcast bears this name.
fairlead  7/16/2017
Love the name Juno! I'm transgender and it's one of the names I'm thinking of choosing!
― Anonymous User  7/16/2017
I am male and this is my name. I do get teased about the goddess thing but I either ignore it or tell them "Look, your name is [person's name] but you are not [famous person with the same name].
― Anonymous User  9/3/2017

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