Júlia

Origin/Usage
Latin
EDITOR LISTS
Brainiac
Pronunciation
JOO-lee-ə
Meaning
Soft-haired

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Julia originates in Latin language and means "soft-haired". It is a feminine form of Julius. Julia was the name of a character in the Bible, as well as the name of several martyrs and saints, including Julia of Corsica and Julia of Merida. It is also the character in Shakespeare's play The Gentlemen of Verona. In the English-speaking countries it has been regularly used since the 18th century and has always been one of the most popular feminine given names in the United States. It was popularized by the American actress Julia Roberts. It functions as a surname as well.

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'Júlia' in Movies

Patrick Melrose

Julia

Mission: Impossible - Fallout (2018)

Julia Meade-Hunt

Dietland

Julia

The Magicians

Julia Wicker

Sneaky Pete

Julia

Ferdinand (2017)

(as Julia Saldanha)

The 40-Year-Old Virgin (2005)

Julia

Strike Back

Sgt. Julia Richmond

Tau (2018)

Julia

Parenthood

Julia Braverman-Graham

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