Meaning & History
French, Danish, Norwegian and Czech form of JULIA. It has spread to many other regions as well. It has been common in the English-speaking world since the early 20th century.
VariantsJulia(Danish) Julia(Norwegian) Julia(English) Julia(German) Julia(Dutch) Julia(Spanish) Júlia(Portuguese)
Masculine FormsJules(French) Julius(Danish) Julius(Norwegian) Julius(English) Julius(German) Julius(Dutch) Julio(Spanish) Júlio(Portuguese)
Other Languages & CulturesIulia, Julia(Ancient Roman) Julia(Biblical) Yuliya(Bulgarian) Júlia(Catalan) Ghjulia(Corsican) Julija(Croatian) Julia(Finnish) Xulia(Galician) Julitta(History) Júlia, Juli, Juliska, Lili(Hungarian) Iúile(Irish) Giulia, Giulietta(Italian) Jūlija(Latvian) Julija(Lithuanian) Julia, Julita(Polish) Iulia(Romanian) Julia, Juliya, Yulia, Yuliya(Russian) Júlia(Slovak) Julija(Slovene) Julia(Swedish) Julia, Juliya, Yulia, Yuliya(Ukrainian)