Throughout the world, Jūlija (Юлия , Jūlija ) is a prevalent female first name. The first name Jūlija is habitual in Russia, where it is a widespread girly name, Kazakhstan, where it is a common female name, and Moldova (explore the name in all countries). Measured by absolute frequency, it most frequently occurs in Russia, Kazakhstan, and Belarus. Much less frequently, Jūlija is the last name as well as the forename.
Jūlija is also a name from the Bible. Explore more in our Biblical names portal!
|Юлия||Russia, Uzbekistan, Belarus, Kyrgyzstan, Kazakhstan|
Giulia, Giuliana, Giulietta, Hulya, Hülya, Ioulia, Iulia, Iuliana, Iúlia, Joelia, Joelija, Julaia, Jule, Julia, Juliana, Juliane, Julianna, Julica, Julie, Julienne, Julieta, Juliette, Julija, Julika, Juliska, Julya, Julyet, Júlia, Jûlija, Jülyet, Lia, Liana, Liane, Lianne, Lija, Lilija, Ouliana, Uliana, Uljana, Ulyana, Yulia, Yuliia, Yuliya, Τζουλιάνα, Τζούλια, Джул, Джули, Джулиана, Джулианна, Джулия,
Jūlija is also a prevalent name for the fictitious and mythical characters: Juliet , the fictional character in William Shakespeare's "Romeo and Juliet"; Julia Freeman , the fictional character from the television series Supergirl; Julia Pennyworth , the Batman supporting character; Julia Carpenter , the fictional character in Marvel Comics, Secret Wars and Júlia Terrats Herraiz , character in Les de l'hoquei, and in many other works.
|jūlija skaidrīte Latvian actor (1871-1942), LV (b. 1871)|
|jūlija gurviča Latvian ballet dancer, LV (b. 1973)|
|jūlija vansoviča fencer, LV (b. 1975)|
|jūlija ļaha Latvian stage actress, LV (b. 1979)|
|jūlija pečerska researcher|
|jūlija levčenko association football player, LV (b. 1989)|
|jūlija sokolova Latvian footballer, LV (b. 1991)|
|jūlija nikiforova Latvian association football player, LV (b. 1995)|
|jūlija tjumina Latvian association football player, LV (b. 1996)|
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