Around the globe, Julie (Julie , جولي , Джулия , among others...) is a prevalent feminine first name. The given name Julie is habitual in Reunion, where it is a common feminine name, France, and Guam (explore the name in all countries). Measured by absolute frequency, this name is the most popular in the United States, France, and the United Kingdom. Very seldom, Julie is the last name as well as the forename.
Julie is also a name from the Bible. Explore more in our Biblical names portal!
|Julie||United Kingdom, United States, France, Australia, Philippines|
|جولي||Egypt, Iraq, Saudi Arabia, Sudan, Syria|
|Джулия||Bulgaria, Azerbaijan, Kazakhstan, Russia, Belarus|
|Джули||Bulgaria, Kazakhstan, Ukraine, Estonia, Russia|
Giulia, Giuliana, Giulietta, Hulya, Hülya, Ioulia, Iulia, Iuliana, Iulius, Iuppiter, Iúlia, Joelia, Jolie, Juil, Julai, Jule, Julee, Julia, Juliana, Juliane, Julianna, Julica, Julienne, Julieta, Juliette, Julija, Julika, Juliska, Juliè, Julié, Juliê, Julië, Juliē, Juliǝ, July, Julye, Julyet, Julìe, Julíe, Julíë, Julîe, Julïe, Julıe, Jułie, Jùlie, Jùlïe, Júlia, Júlie, Jûlie, Jûlija,
Julie is also a prevalent name for the fictitious and mythical characters: Juliet , the fictional character in William Shakespeare's "Romeo and Juliet"; Julie Madison , the fictional character throughout the DC Universe, Batman & Robin; Julie James , the fictional character in I Know What You Did Last Summer; Julie North , the character from web comic Sandra and Woo and Julie d'Aiglemont , the Honoré de Balzac character, A Woman of Thirty, and in many other works.
|julie de corse Carthaginian Christian martyred on Corsica, TN (b. 420)|
|julie d'angennes French salon-holder, FR (b. 1607)|
|julie d'aubigny 17th-century French opera singer, FR (b. 1670)|
|julie de châteaubriant French aristocrat, FR (b. 1668)|
|julie françoise de crussol d'uzès (1669-1742) (b. 1669)|
|julie bondeli Swiss salon-holder and letter writer, CH (b. 1732)|
|julie célestine barberin de reignac 1695 - 20 Apr 1754 Versailles (b. 1695)|
|julie clodius German author (1750-1805), DE (b. 1750)|
|julie von bechtolsheim German writer (1751-1847), DE (b. 1751)|
|julie talma French dancer (b. 1756)|
|julie de saint-laurent French noble (1760-1830), FR (b. 1760)|
|julie pinel Composer and harpsichordist, FR (b. 1710)|
|julie de simiane (b. 1704)|
|julie von voß morganatic wife of Frederick William II of Prussia, DE (b. 1766)|
|julie clary Queen consort of Naples and Spain (1771-1845), FR (b. 1771)|
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