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Forename Julije

In the entire world, Julije (Юлий Russia Ukraine Kazakhstan Belarus Bulgaria, Юлій Ukraine, Julije Croatia United States Philippines) is a common boy's first name. The first name Julije is habitual in Ukraine, where it is quite a rare male name, Russia, and Croatia. Not in comparison with a country's population, the name is most common in Russia, Ukraine, and Kazakhstan.

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Translations, transliterations and names similar to the name Julije

name Юлие, name Юлій, name Julije, name יוליוס, name Julio, name Йулие, name يوليوس, name Юліє, name Júlio, name Юлий, name Jūlijs, name Юлійе
Юлий Ukraine, Kazakhstan, Bulgaria, Belarus, Russia
Юлій Ukraine
Julije Philippines, United States, Croatia

First name Julije in the context

Julije is also a name for the fictitious and mythical characters: Юлий Карандышев , character in Without a Dowry and ユーリ (ストリートファイター) .

Notable namesakes

picture of julije klović julije klović julije klović Italian painter (1498-1578), HR (b. 1498) link
picture of julije balović julije balović julije balović Venetian military officer, ME (b. 1672) link
julije bajamonti Croatian composer and historian (1744-1800), HR (b. 1744) link
picture of julije kempf julije kempf julije kempf Croatian historian and writer (b. 1864) link
julije janković (b. 1820) link
julije domac Croatian pharmacist (1853-1928), HR (b. 1853) link
julije rorauer HR (b. 1859) link
picture of julije knifer julije knifer julije knifer Croatian painter (1924-2004), HR (b. 1924) link
julije golik (b. 1866) link
julije budisavljević Croatian surgeon (1882-1981), HR (b. 1882) link
julije benešić (b. 1883) link
julije makanec Croatian politician, philosopher and writer (1904-1945), BA (b. 1904) link
julije meissner (b. 1906) link
julije njikoš (b. 1924) link
julije de luca (b. 1929) link

Characteristic surnames

Kos, Šoltić, Vucemilovic, Draskoci, Jakšetić, Reljić, Pajčić, Cinkler, Štuban, Toplak, Pečet, Mežnarić, Kostov, Novak, Domac, Kimer, Cezar, Mirak, Maras, Šur, Wolf, Jauk, Peko, Skelin, and Katancevic