This is my older brother's actual name, but it doesn't really fit him. He's a bit more emotional and kind than the name entails. It is a nice name, however.
April, May, and June are months that are girls names, Julio is July in Spanish and is a boy's name.
Julio César Franco Robles is a former professional baseball player and coach who is a hitting coach for the farm team of the Lotte Giants of the Korea Baseball Organization. He spent most of his playing career in Major League Baseball, entering the major leagues in 1982 and last appearing in 2007, when he was the oldest active MLB player. During that stretch, he also spent two seasons playing professional baseball in Japan and one season playing in the Korea Baseball Organization.
Julio César Falcioni is an Argentine football manager and former goalkeeper. Falcioni started his career at Vélez Sársfield in the Primera division in 1976. In 1980 he moved to América de Cali in Colombia, where he won five league titles. Between 1985 and 1987, Falcioni was part of the América team that were runners up in the Copa Libertadores three seasons in a row.
Julio Curatella was an Argentine rower who competed in the 1936 Summer Olympics.In 1936 he won the bronze medal with his partner Horacio Podestá in the coxless pairs competition.Twelve years later he was a member of the Argentine boat which was eliminated in the repechage of the coxless fours event.
Julio Eduardo Santa Cruz Cantero is a Paraguayan footballer who plays as a Striker for Deportivo Capiatá in the Primera División Paraguaya. Santa Cruz is most notable for scoring during the first–leg of the 2014 Copa Libertadores Finals. He is also the brother of Roque Santa Cruz.
Julio Libonatti was a footballer who played as a forward for the Argentina national team and Italy national team. He was born in Rosario, Argentina into a Calabrian family.
My dad's name is Julio and I never knew what it meant, but now I think it's really nice. Being named after a month sounds very kind and down to earth.
I think this might be my favorite Spanish name. It's so pretty.
Paul Simon's "Me and Julio Down by the Schoolyard" is a popular song from 1971. Paul Simon wrote it because he really liked the idea of using the name Julio in a pop song. The song's story was not based on any particular event, though Truman Capote famously interpreted it as being about a "homosexual experience in the schoolyard."
This could also mean "July" in Spanish.

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