|Number in U.S||👶 60,000|
|Rate in 2021||439|
|Name origin||🌍 Latin|
Juliana is the female version of the masculine Julius/Julian. Of course, the first person that comes to our minds when we hear Julius is Julius Caesar who lived in the first century B.C. He was a famous Roman emperor who expanded their territories to unprecedented lengths. The Julius family was one the most prominent rulers of the Roman Empire. Few sources mentioned the origin of their name. The Greek word “souls” relates to ‘downy-bearded'. Additionally, the Roman Latin word for ‘youthful’ is “juveniles.” Some others believe that this name is taken from the Latin “Jovilius” which means ‘descended from Jove (Jupiter)’. Whatever the case might be, this family gave birth to all the Julius-related names such as J Julian, Julia, Julie, Juliana, Juliet, etc.
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