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Gender: F Meaning of Juliette: "youthful" Origin of Juliette: French variation of Juliet Juliette's Popularity in 2015: #226

Juliette, pronounced with the emphasis on the last syllable, adds a little something extra to Juliet. In the past years it has been rising up the chart! It even passed its perpetual rival, Juliet, for the first time in 2015 -- if only by a hair.

Famous People Named Juliette

Juliette Lewis, American actress
Juliette Binoche, French actress
Juliette Greco, French actress/singer
Juliette Rose Goglia, American actress
Juliette Gordon Low, American founder of the Girl Scouts of the USA
Juliette Recamier (born Jeanne-Françoise Julie Adélaïde Récamier), French salon hostess
Juliette (Noureddine), French singer
Juliette (Augustina Sysak Cavazzi), Canadian singer
Juliette Paxton Atkinson (Buxton), American tennis player
Juliette Mayniel, French actress
Juliette, daughter of American actress Janine Turner
Juliette Dell, daughter of Dell founder Michael Dell
Juliette Rose Willis, 8th child (5th daughter) of the family band, The Willis Clan

Pop Culture References for the name Juliette

"Juliette," novel by the Marquis de Sade
Juliette Silverton, character on TV's "Grimm"
Juliette Barnes, main character on TV's "Nashville"
Juliette Ferrars, character in "Shatter Me" by Tahereh Mafi
Juliette "Jules" Paxton, character in movie "Bend it Like Beckham"
"Juliette", song by Little Feat
"Juliette & Jonathan", song by Lotta Engberg
Juliette and the Licks, American rock band led by Juliette Lewis
"Mademoiselle Juliette", song by Alizee
"Juliette," song by Shinee
Juliette Waybourne, a character on TV's "Higher Ground"