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Julia is usually a feminine
given name A given name (also known as a first name or forename) is the part of a personal name A personal name, or full name, in onomastic Onomastics or onomatology is the study of the etymology, history, and use of proper names. An ''wikt:ortho ...
. It is a Latinate feminine form of the name Julio and
Julius The gens Julia was one of the most ancient patrician (ancient Rome), patrician families in ancient Rome. Members of the gens attained the highest dignities of the state in the earliest times of the Roman Republic, Republic. The first of the fami ...

Julius
. (For further details on etymology, see the
Wiktionary entry "Julius"
Wiktionary entry
.) The given name ''Julia'' had been in use throughout
Late Antiquity Late antiquity is a used by historians to describe the time of transition from to the in and adjacent areas bordering the . The popularization of this periodization in English has generally been credited to historian , after the publication o ...
(e.g.
Julia of Corsica Saint Julia of Corsica ( it, Santa Giulia da Corsica; french: Sainte Julie; co, Santa Ghjulia; la, Sancta Iulia), also known as Saint Julia of Carthage, and more rarely Saint Julia of Nonza, was a virgin Virginity is the state of a person w ...
) but became rare during the Middle Ages, and was revived only with the
Italian Renaissance The Italian Renaissance ( it, Rinascimento ) was a period in Italian history The history of Italy covers the Ancient Period, the Middle Ages and the modern era. Since classical times, ancient Phoenicians, Magna Graecia, Greeks, Etruscan civi ...
. It became common in the English-speaking world only in the 18th century. Today, it is frequently used throughout the world.


Statistics

Julia was the 10th most popular name for girls born in the United States in 2007 and the 88th most popular name for women in the 1990 census there. It has been among the top 150 names given to girls in the United States for the past 100 years. It was the 89th most popular name for girls born in England and
Wales Wales ( cy, Cymru ) is a country A country is a distinct territory, territorial body or political entity. It is often referred to as the land of an individual's birth, residence or citizenship. A country may be an independent sovereign ...

Wales
in 2007; the 94th most popular name for girls born in
Scotland Scotland ( sco, Scotland, gd, Alba Alba (Scottish Gaelic Scottish Gaelic ( gd, Gàidhlig or Scots Gaelic, sometimes referred to simply as Gaelic) is a Goidelic language (in the Celtic languages, Celtic branch of the Indo-European ...

Scotland
in 2007; the 13th most popular name for girls born in Spain in 2006; the 5th most popular name for girls born in Sweden in 2007; the 94th most popular name for girls born in Belgium in 2006; the 53rd most popular name for girls born in Norway in 2007; the 70th most popular name for girls born in Hungary in 2005; the 19th most popular name for girls born in
British Columbia, Canada ( en, Splendour without diminishment) , image_map = British Columbia in Canada 2.svg , Label_map = yes , coordinates = , official_lang = None , Slogan = Beautiful British C ...

British Columbia, Canada
in 2006; the 9th most popular name for girls born in Germany in 2005; the 2nd most popular name for girls born in Poland in 2013 and the most popular name in Austria.


People


Ancient world

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Julia (women of the Julii Caesares) Julia is usually a feminine given name. It is a Latinate feminine form of the name Julio and Julius. (For further details on etymology, see Wiktionary entry “Julius”.) The given name ''Julia'' had been in use throughout Late Antiquity (e. ...
: **
Julia (wife of Sulla)Julia, or possibly Ilia (c. 129 BC – c. 104 BC), was a Roman noblewoman who was the first wife of Sulla Lucius Cornelius Sulla Felix (; 138–78 BC), commonly known as Sulla, was a Roman general and statesman who won the first large-scale civil ...
(c. 129 BC–c. 104 BC), first wife of Sulla **
Julia (wife of Marius) Julia (c. 130 BC – 69 BC) was the wife of the Roman consul Gaius Marius Gaius Marius (; – 13 January 86 BC) was a Roman general and statesman. Victor of the and wars, he held the office of an unprecedented seven times during his ca ...
(c. 130 BC–69 BC) **
Julia (mother of Mark Antony) Julia (104 – after 39 BC) (sometimes also called "Julia Antonia" to distinguish her from other Juliae) was the mother of the triumvir general Mark Antony. Biography Early life She was the daughter of Lucius Julius Caesar (the consul of 90 BC) ...
(104 BC–after 39 BC) ** Julia Major (sister of Julius Caesar) (before 101 BC–?) **
Julia Minor (sister of Julius Caesar) Vipsania Julia Agrippina (19 BC – c. AD 29) nicknamed Julia Minor (Classical Latin Classical Latin is the form of Latin language Latin (, or , ) is a classical language belonging to the Italic languages, Italic branch of the Indo-Europe ...
(101 BC–51 BC), maternal grandmother of Emperor Augustus Caesar **
Julia (daughter of Caesar) Julia (c. 76 BC – 54 BC) was the daughter of Roman dictator A dictator was a magistrate The term magistrate is used in a variety of systems of governments and laws to refer to a civilian officer who administers the law. In , a ' was one o ...
(c. 76 BC–54 BC) **
Livia Drusilla Livia Drusilla (Classical Latin: LIVIA•DRVSILLA, LIVIA•AVGVSTA; 30 January 59/58 BC – 28 September AD 29), also known as Julia Augusta after her formal Adoption in ancient Rome, adoption into the Julian family in AD 14, was the wife of the ...
(58 BC–29 AD), also known as Julia Augusta, wife of Emperor Augustus Caesar ** Julia the Elder (39 BC–14 AD), daughter of Emperor Augustus **
Julia the Younger Vipsania Julia Agrippina (19 BC – c. AD 29) nicknamed Julia Minor (Classical Latin Classical Latin is the form of Latin, Latin language recognized as a Literary language, literary standard language, standard by writers of the late Roman Rep ...
(19 BC–c. AD 29), daughter of Julia the Elder **
Julia Livia Julia Livia (7 – 43 AD), was the daughter of Drusus Julius Caesar Drusus Julius Caesar (14 BC – 14 September AD 23), was the son of Emperor Tiberius, and heir to the Roman Empire following the death of his adoptive brother Germanicus in ...
(before 14–43), granddaughter of Emperor Tiberius **Julia Agrippina or Agrippina the Younger (15–59), daughter of the general Germanicus and fourth wife of Emperor Claudius **
Julia Drusilla Julia Drusilla (16 September AD 16 – 10 June AD 38) was a member of the Roman imperial family, the second daughter and fifth child of Germanicus Germanicus Julius Caesar (24 May 15 BC – 10 October AD 19) was a popular and prominent Ro ...
(16–38), daughter of Germanicus, sister of Caligula **
Julia Livilla Julia Livilla ( – ) was the youngest child of Germanicus Germanicus Julius Caesar (24 May 15 BC – 10 October AD 19) was a popular and prominent Roman general, known for his campaigns in Germania Germania ( , ), also called Magna Germ ...
(18-late AD 41 or early AD 42), daughter of Germanicus, youngest sister of Caligula **
Julia Drusilla Julia Drusilla (16 September AD 16 – 10 June AD 38) was a member of the Roman imperial family, the second daughter and fifth child of Germanicus Germanicus Julius Caesar (24 May 15 BC – 10 October AD 19) was a popular and prominent Ro ...
(39–41), daughter of Emperor Caligula *
Berenice (daughter of Herod Agrippa) Berenice of Cilicia, also known as Julia Berenice and sometimes spelled Bernice (, ''Bereníkē''; 28 – after 81), was a Jewish client queen of the Roman Empire during the second half of the 1st century. Berenice was a member of the Herodian ...
(28–after 81), Julia Berenice, princess of the Herodian Dynasty *
Julia Urania Julia Urania ( el, Ἰουλία Οὐρανία, la, Ivlia Urania, flourished 1st century) was Queen of Mauretania Mauretania (; ) is the Latin language, Latin name for a region in the ancient Maghreb. It stretched from central present-day ...
(), wife of Roman client king Ptolemy of Mauretania *
Julia Bodina{{short description, 1st century AD Roman Freedwoman from Mauretania Julia Bodina (flourished 1st century) was a Roman Freedwoman from Mauretania Mauretania (; ) is the Latin language, Latin name for a region in the ancient Maghreb. It stretched ...
(), a slave, later freedwoman, of Julia Urania of Mauretania *Julia Procilla, mother of Gallo-Roman general
Gnaeus Julius Agricola Gnaeus Julius Agricola (; 13 June 40 – 23 August 93) was a Roman Roman or Romans most often refers to: *, the capital city of Italy *, Roman civilization from 8th century BC to 5th century AD *, the people of ancient Rome *', shortened to ...
(40–93) *
Julia Iotapa (daughter of Antiochus III) Julia Iotapa, or simply Iotapa (before 17 – around 52), daughter of King Antiochus III Antiochus III the Great ( Greek: ; c. 2413 July 187 BC, ruled April/June 222 – 3 July 187 BC) was a Greek Hellenistic king and the 6th ruler of the S ...
(before 17–c. 52), Queen of Commagene *
Julia Iotapa (daughter of Antiochus IV) Julia Iotapa or Julia Iotape (born around 45), daughter of King Antiochus IV of Commagene, was a Queen of Cetis, consort of Gaius Julius Alexander, son of Herodian prince Gaius Julius Tigranes. Biography Julia Iotapa was the daughter and youn ...
(c. 45–after 96), Queen of Cetis * Julia Iotapa (Cilician princess) (c. 80–2nd century), Princess of Cilicia * Julia Mamaea (wife of Polemon II of Pontus) (), second wife of Polemon II of Pontus * Julia (daughter of Tigranes VI of Armenia) (), Herodian Princess of Armenia *
Julia Agricola Gnaeus Julius Agricola (; 13 June 40 – 23 August 93) was a Roman Roman or Romans usually refers to: *Rome, the capital city of Italy *Ancient Rome, Roman civilization from 8th century BC to 5th century AD *Roman people, the people of ancient ...
(64–?), daughter of general Gnaeus Julius Agricola and wife to historian Tacitus *
Julia Flavia Julia Flavia hairstyle, Terracotta made in Smyrna, c. 90 - Louvre Julia Flavia or Flavia Julia and also nicknamed Julia Titi (8 September 64 – 91) was the daughter of Roman Emperor The Roman emperor was the ruler of the Roman Empire du ...
(64–91), daughter of emperor Titus *
Julia Balbilla Julia Balbilla (Greek Greek may refer to: Greece Anything of, from, or related to Greece Greece ( el, Ελλάδα, , ), officially the Hellenic Republic, is a country located in Southeast Europe. Its population is approximately 10.7 milli ...
(72–after 130), poet and companion of Hadrian's wife Vibia Sabina * Julia Tertulla (), daughter of suffect consul Gaius Julius Cornutus Tertullus * Julia Serviana Paulina (died before 136?), niece of Emperor
Hadrian Hadrian (; la, Caesar Traianus Hadrianus ; 24 January 76 – 10 July 138) was Roman emperor from 117 to 138. He was born into a Roman Italo-Hispanic family, which settled in Spain from the Italian city of Atri, Abruzzo, Atri in Picenum. Hi ...

Hadrian
*Julia Crispina, princess and granddaughter of Julia Berenice *Julia Fadilla, younger half-sister to Emperor
Antoninus Pius Antoninus Pius (; la, Antōnīnus Pius ; 19 September 86 – 7 March 161) was Roman emperor The Roman emperor was the ruler of the Roman Empire during the History of the Roman Empire, imperial period (starting in 27 BC). The emper ...

Antoninus Pius
and paternal aunt to Empress
Faustina the Younger Annia Galeria Faustina the Younger (born probably 21 September AD, — 175/176 AD) was a daughter of Roman Emperor The Roman emperor was the ruler of the Roman Empire during the History of the Roman Empire, imperial period (starting in 27 ...
*
Julia Domna Julia Domna (; – 217 AD) was Roman empress from 193 to 211 as the wife of Emperor Septimius Severus. She was born in Emesa (present-day Homs) in Roman Syria to an Arab family of priests of the deity Elagabalus (deity), Elagabalus. In 187, s ...

Julia Domna
(160–217), empress and wife of Emperor Septimius Severus *
Julia Maesa Julia Maesa (7 May before 160 AD – AD) was a member of the Severan dynasty of the Roman Empire who was grandmother to emperors Elagabalus and Severus Alexander, elder sister of empress Julia Domna, and mother of Julia Soaemias and Julia ...
(c. 165–c. 224), Domna's sister *
Julia Soaemias Julia Soaemias Bassiana (180 – 11 March 222) was a Syrian noblewoman and the mother of Roman emperor Elagabalus, who ruled over the Roman Empire from 218 to 222. She was one of his chief advisors, initially with the support and accompaniment of ...
(180–222), daughter to Julia Maesa and mother of emperor Elagabalus *
Julia Avita Mamaea Julia Avita Mamaea or Julia Mamaea (14 or 29 August after 180–235) was a Syrian noble woman and member of the Severan dynasty. She was the mother of Roman emperor Alexander Severus and remained one of his chief advisors throughout his rei ...
(after 180–235), Soaemias' sister and mother of emperor Alexander Severus *Julia Severa or Severina (), daughter of Emperor
Philip the Arab Philip the Arab ( la, Marcus Julius Philippus Arabs; 204 – September 249) was Roman emperor The Roman emperor was the ruler of the Roman Empire during the History of the Roman Empire, imperial period (starting in 27 BC). The emperors us ...
*One of the Martyrs of Zaragoza (died c. 303) * Julia of Mérida (died 304), martyr *
Julia of Corsica Saint Julia of Corsica ( it, Santa Giulia da Corsica; french: Sainte Julie; co, Santa Ghjulia; la, Sancta Iulia), also known as Saint Julia of Carthage, and more rarely Saint Julia of Nonza, was a virgin Virginity is the state of a person w ...
(died on or after 439), virgin martyr


Modern world

* Julia (clairvoyant) (fl. 1689), lady's maid of Queen Christina of Sweden in Rome, alleged clairvoyant and predictor *
Julie Billiart Julie Billiart (12 July 1751 — 8 April 1816) was a French religious leader, social worker, educator of poor children, and Catholic saint, who founded and was the first Superior General A Superior General or General Superior is the leader or he ...
(1751–1816), French Catholic saint *
Julia Nyberg Julia Kristina Nyberg (née Svärdström; 17 November 1784 – 16 April 1854), was a Sweden, Swedish poet and songwriter. She published two collections of poetry and was awarded by the Swedish Academy. She wrote the vast majority of her works ...
(1784–1854), Swedish poet *
Julia Rush Cutler Ward
Julia Rush Cutler Ward
(1796-1824), American poet * Julia H. Scott (1809–1842), American poet *
Julia A. Ames
Julia A. Ames
(1816-1891), American journalist, editor, temperance reformer *
Julia Ward Howe Julia Ward Howe (; May 27, 1819 – October 17, 1910) was an American poet and author, known for writing " The Battle Hymn of the Republic" and the original 1870 pacifist Mother's Day Proclamation. She was also an advocate for Abolitionism ...

Julia Ward Howe
(1819–1910), wrote poem that became the Battle Hymn of the Republic * Julia Abigail Fletcher Carney (1823-1908), American educator, poet *
Julia C. R. Dorr
Julia C. R. Dorr
(1825-1913), American author * Julia Goddard (1825-1896), British children's writer and animal welfare campaigner *
Julia Grant Julia Boggs Grant (née__NOTOC__ A birth name is the name of the person given upon their birth. The term may be applied to the surname, the given name or to the entire name. Where births are required to be officially registered, the entire nam ...

Julia Grant
(1826–1902), wife of U.S. President Ulysses Grant * Julia A. A. Wood (pen name, Minnie Mary Lee; 1826/1830 – 1903), American author * Julia Pleasants Creswell (1827-1886), American poet, novelist *
Julia Colman Julia Colman (pen name, Aunt Julia; February 16, 1828 – January 10, 1909) was an American temperance educator, activist, editor and writer. She served as superintendent of literature in the Woman's Christian Temperance Union (WCTU). Colman, throu ...
(1828–1909), American educator, activist, editor, writer * Julia Dean (1830-1868), stage actress * Julia Wheelock Freeman (1833-1900), American Civil War nurse * Julia Harris May (1833–1912), American poet, teacher, school founder *
Julia Carter Aldrich
Julia Carter Aldrich
(1834-1924), American author * Julia E. McConaughy (1834–1885), American litterateur and author *
Julia Pérez Montes de Oca
Julia Pérez Montes de Oca
(1839-1875), Cuban poet * Julia McNair Wright (1840–1903), writer * Julia A. Moore (1847–1920), American poet * Julia Evelyn Ditto Young (1857–1915), American novelist, poet *
Julia Lathrop Julia Clifford Lathrop (June 29, 1858 – April 15, 1932) was an American American(s) may refer to: * American, something of, from, or related to the United States of America, commonly known as the United States The United States of Amer ...
(1858–1932), American social reformer * Julia Boynton Green (1861–1957), American poet *
Julia Marlowe Julia Marlowe (born Sarah Frances Frost; August 17, 1865 – November 12, 1950) was an English-born American actress, known for her interpretations of William Shakespeare's plays. Life and career Marlowe was born as Sarah Frances Frost at Caldb ...

Julia Marlowe
(1865–1950), English-born American actress known for her interpretations of William Shakespeare * Ursula Ledóchowska (1865–1939), Roman Catholic saint born Julia Ledóchowska *
Julia Arthur Julia Arthur (May 3, 1869 – March 28, 1950)Although 1868 is accepted as the year of her birth, both ''The National Cyclopaedia of National Biography'' and ''Who Was Who in America'' give 1869 as the year. was a Canadian Canadians (french: ...

Julia Arthur
(1869–1950), Canadian-born stage and film actress *
Julia Morgan Julia is usually a feminine . It is a Latinate feminine form of the name and . (For further details on etymology, see the .) The given name ''Julia'' had been in use throughout (e.g. ) but became rare during the Middle Ages, and was revived o ...

Julia Morgan
(1872–1957), American architect * Julia Dean (1878–1952), stage and film actress *
Julia Swayne Gordon Julia Swayne Gordon (October 29, 1878 – May 28, 1933) was an American actress who appeared in at least 228 films between 1908 and 1933. Biography Born in Columbus, Ohio Columbus is the List of U.S. state capitals, state capital and the Lis ...
(1878–1933), American actress *
Julia Sanderson Julia Sanderson (born Julia Ellen Sackett; August 27, 1887 – January 27, 1975) was a Broadway theatre, Broadway actress and singer. In 1887, she was born in Springfield, Massachusetts to parents Albert H. Sackett (also a Broadway theatre, Broadwa ...

Julia Sanderson
(1888–1975), American actress and singer * Julia Bascom an American autism rights activist. She is the current President of the
Autistic Self Advocacy Network The Autistic Self Advocacy Network (ASAN) is a 501(c)(3) A 501(c)(3) organization is a corporation, trust, unincorporated association, or other type of organization exempt from federal income tax under section 501(c)(3) of Title 26 of the United ...
* Julia Gordon, Canadian mathematician *
Julia Nesheiwat
Julia Nesheiwat
, Arab-American US army soldier and advisor * Julia Jones Pugliese (1909-1993), American national champion fencer and fencing coach *
Julia Child Julia Carolyn Child (née__NOTOC__ A birth name is the name of the person given upon their birth. The term may be applied to the surname In some cultures, a surname, family name, or last name is the portion of one's personal name that i ...

Julia Child
(1912–2004), American gourmet cook, author, and television personality * Julia Morton (1912–1996), American author and botanist *
Julia de Burgos Julia de Burgos García (February 17, 1914 – July 6, 1953) was a Puerto Rican poet. As an advocate of Puerto Rican independence, she served as Secretary General of the Daughters of Freedom, the women's branch of the Puerto Rican National ...
(1914–1953), Puerto Rican poet *
Julia Lennon Julia Lennon (''née__NOTOC__ A birth name is the name of the person given upon their birth. The term may be applied to the surname, the given name or to the entire name. Where births are required to be officially registered, the entire nam ...
(1914–1958), mother of John Lennon *Julia Newmeyer (born 1933), actress known as
Julie Newmar Julie Newmar (born Julia Chalene Newmeyer, August 16, 1933) is an American actress, dancer and singer, known for a variety of stage, screen, and television roles, as well as a writer, lingerie Lingerie (, , ) is a category of primarily women's ...
who played
Catwoman Catwoman (Selina Kyle) is a character created by Bill Finger Milton Finger (February 8, 1914 – January 18, 1974), known professionally and personally as Bill Finger, was an American comic strip and comic book writer best known as the crea ...

Catwoman
*Julia Wells (born 1935), actress known as
Julie Andrews Dame Julie Andrews (born Julia Elizabeth Wells; 1 October 1935) is an English actress, singer, and author. Throughout her career of more than 75 years, she has received numerous accolades, including an Academy Award The Academy Awards, ...
*
Julia Phillips Julia Phillips (April 7, 1944 – January 1, 2002) was an American film producer and author. She co-produced with her husband, Michael (and others), three prominent films of the 1970s — ''The Sting'', ''Taxi Driver'', and ''Close Encounters of t ...
(1944–2002), film producer and author *
Julia Duffy Julia Margaret Duffy (née__NOTOC__ A birth name is the name of the person given upon their birth. The term may be applied to the surname, the given name or to the entire name. Where births are required to be officially registered, the entire n ...
(born 1951), American actress * Julia Irwin (born 1951), Australian politician *
Julia Sweeney Julia Anne Sweeney (born October 10, 1959) is an American actress, comedian and author. She was a cast member on ''Saturday Night Live ''Saturday Night Live'' (also known simply as ''SNL'') is an American late-night live television sketch c ...

Julia Sweeney
(born 1959), American actor and comedian *
Julia Gillard Julia Eileen Gillard (born 29 September 1961) is an Australian former politician who served as the 27th prime minister of Australia The prime minister of Australia is the head of government The head of government is either the hig ...

Julia Gillard
(born 1961), Australian politician, Prime Minister *
Julia Louis-Dreyfus Julia Scarlett Elizabeth Louis-Dreyfus ( ; born January 13, 1961) is an American actress, comedian, and producer. She is known for her work in the comedy television series ''Saturday Night Live ''Saturday Night Live'' (also known as ''SN ...
(born 1961), American actress, co-star of the TV series ''Seinfeld'' *
Julia Ormond Julia Karin Ormond (born 4 January 1965) is an English actress. She rose to prominence by appearing in '' The Baby of Mâcon'' (1993), '' Legends of the Fall'' (1994), '' First Knight'' (1995), '' Sabrina'' (1995), '' Smilla's Sense of Snow'' (1 ...
(born 1965), British actress, star of the movie ''Legends of the Fall'' *Julia Roberts (born 1967), American actress *Julia Boutros (born 1968), Lebanese singer *Julia Sawalha (born 1968), British actress *Julia Murney (born 1969), American actress and singer, best known for her role as Elphaba in ''Wicked (musical), Wicked'' *Julia Sakara (born 1969), Zimbabwean middle distance runner *Julia Piera (born 1970), Spanish poet *Julia Duporty (born 1971), Cuban sprinter *Julia Rais (born 1971), Malaysian film actress and princess *Julia Klöckner (born 1972), German politician *Julia Wilson (born 1978), Australian rower *Julia Clarete (born 1979), Filipino singer-actress *Julia Haworth (born 1979), British actress *Julia Perez (1980-2017), known as "Jupe" Indonesian actress, singer, presenter, model, and comedian *Julia Stiles (born 1981), American actress, star of the movie ''10 Things I Hate about You'' *Julia Schruff (born 1982), Görges's German compatriot and tennis player *Júlia Almeida (born 1983), Brazilian actress *Julia Budd (born 1983), Canadian martial artist *Julia Fischer (born 1983), German violinist *Julia Hütter (born 1983), German pole vaulter *Julia Vakulenko (born 1983), Ukrainian tennis player *Julia Mancuso (born 1984), American skier *Julia Menéndez (born 1985), Spanish field hockey defender *Julia Görges (born 1988), German tennis player *Julia Cohen (born 1989), American tennis player *Julia Glushko (born 1990), Israeli tennis player *Julia Winter (born 1993), Swedish-British actress *Julia Montes (born 1995), Filipino-German actress *Julia Barretto (born 1997), Filipino actress *Julia Lipnitskaya (born 1998), Russian figure skater *Julia Sude (born 1987), German beach volleyball player


Fictional characters

*Julia (Nineteen Eighty-Four), Julia (''Nineteen Eighty-Four''), a character in ''Nineteen Eighty-Four'' by George Orwell *Julia (Rave Master), Julia (''Rave Master''), a character in manga series ''Rave Master'' *Julia (Sesame Street), Julia (''Sesame Street''), a character with autism in the children's television series ''Sesame Street'' *Julia, a character in ''The Ragwitch'' by Garth Nix *Julia, a character in William Shakespeare's play ''Two Gentlemen of Verona'' *List of Cowboy Bebop characters#Julia, Julia, a character in the anime series ''Cowboy Bebop'' *Julia Chang, character in the ''Tekken'' video game series *Julia "Jules" Cobb, a character played by Courteney Cox on the comedy series ''Cougar Town'' *Julia Crichton, the female protagonist in ''Fullmetal Alchemist: The Sacred Star of Milos'' *Julia Fernandez, a character from the manga and anime ''Beyblade G-Revolutions'' *Julie "Finn" Finlay, a character played by Elisabeth Shue in ''CSI: Crime Scene Investigation'' *Julia Flyte, a character in ''Brideshead Revisited'' by Evelyn Waugh *Julia Graham, a character in the 2010 adaptation of ''Parenthood (2010 TV series), Parenthood'' *Julia Houston, a character played by Debra Messing on the TV series ''Smash (U.S. TV series), Smash'' *Julia McNamara, a character on the U.S. television series ''Nip/Tuck'' *Julia Sugarbaker, a character in the sitcom ''Designing Women'' *Donna Julia, a character in the poem "Don Juan" by Lord Byron *Julia Ogden, a character in the Canadian television series ''Murdoch Mysteries'' *Julia Argent, a character from the Netflix series, ''Carmen Sandiego (TV series)'' *Julia Baker, a character from the 1960's television series, ''Julia (American TV series)''


List of variants

*Džūlija, Jūlija (Latvian language, Latvian) *Gillian (English) *Giulia (Italian language, Italian) *Giuliana (Italian language, Italian) *Giulietta (Italian language, Italian) *Ίουλα, ''Íoula, Íula'' (Greek language, Greek) *Ιουλία, ''Ioulía, Iulía'' (Greek language, Greek) *Ιουλιέττα or Ιουλιέτα, ''Ioulietta/Ioulieta, Iulietta/Iulieta'' (Greek language, Greek) *Iuliana, Iouliana (Ιουλιάνα) (Greek language, Greek) *Iulianna, Ioulianna (Ιουλιάννα) (Greek language, Greek) *Iúile (Irish language, Irish) *Iulia (Bulgarian language, Bulgarian, Hawaiian language, Hawaiian, Romanian language, Romanian) *Iuliana (Romanian language, Romanian) *Jill (English) *Jillian (English) *Jovita (Spanish language, Spanish) *Jules (English) *Juli (Hungarian language, Hungarian) *Júlia (Catalan language, Catalan, Hungarian language, Hungarian, Portuguese language, Portuguese, Slovak language, Slovak) *Júlía (Icelandic language, Icelandic) *Juliana (Dutch language, Dutch, English, German language, German, Portuguese language, Portuguese, Spanish language, Spanish) *Juliane (French language, French, German language, German) *Julianna (English, Hungarian language, Hungarian, Polish language, Polish) *Julianne (English) *Julie (Czech language, Czech, Danish language, Danish, English, French language, French, Norwegian language, Norwegian) *Julienne (French language, French) *Julienna (French language, French) *Juliet (English) *Julia (Portuguese language, Portuguese, Spanish language, Spanish) *Julieta, Julietta (Spanish language, Spanish) *Juliette (French language, French) *Julija (Lithuanian language, Lithuanian, Serbo-Croatian, Macedonian language, Macedonian, Slovene language, Slovene) *Jūlija (Latvian language, Latvian) *Julijana (Slovene language, Slovene) *Julinka (Hungarian language, Hungarian) *Juliska (Hungarian language, Hungarian) *Julcia, Julka, Julia (Polish language, Polish) *Julitta (Dutch) *Juulia (Estonian language, Estonian, Finnish language, Finnish) *Uliana (Ульяна) (Russian language, Russian) *Ulyana (Ukrainian language, Ukrainian) *Xhulia (Albanian language, Albanian) *Xhuliana (Albanian) *Xulia (Galician language, Galician) *Xiana (Galician) *Yulia (Юлия) (Russian language, Russian) *Yulia (Юлія) (Ukrainian language, Ukrainian) *Yuliana (Bulgarian, Russian language, Russian) *Yuliya (Bulgarian, Russian language, Russian) *Julija (Macedonian language, Macedonian)


See also

* Julian (given name), Julian * Julie (given name) * Juliet (disambiguation) * Julija, given name * Yulia, given name


References

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