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Name Julia - Meaning and origin

Name Julia - Meaning and origin


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Origin of first name:

Anglo-Saxon

Meaning of the name:

Anglo-Saxon form of Julie, Latin oulos: "whole, in the natural state".

Celebrities:

Julia Roberts, American actress, Julia Sampson, American tennis player, French actress and host Julia Vignali, American singer Julia Michaels, Julia Ormond, English actress ...

In the seventh century, Julie and her sister Devote were slaves, bought by a merchant in the port of Carthage. They escaped during a stopover in Corsica, where they preached their faith. Refusing to abjure their religion, they were crucified.

His character :

Julia is an extroverted, dynamic and often impulsive person. His leadership qualities are evident from his earliest childhood and is confirmed by growing up. She is also very open and loves to communicate with those around her and all the people she meets. Julia loves the competition and puts the pressure to always be the best.

Derivatives:

Julie, Julya, Jullia

His party :

Her party: April 8 with Julie or November 21 with Julia Navarrete Guerreo, a venerable Mexican founder of a foundation for the education of girls.

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