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Gender: F Origin of June: Latin, month named for goddess Juno June's Popularity in 2013: #364

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June, a sweetly old-fashioned month name that was long locked in a time capsule with June (born Ella) Allyson and June Cleaver, may not be exactly busting out all over, but is definitely showing signs of regeneration, especially as a new hipster favorite middle name.

June was a Top 100 name from 1915 to 1941, peaking in 1925 at Number 39. Then, after a quarter-century hiatus, June returned in 2008 and now resides at Number 364.

Balthazar Getty has a daughter named June and Amanda Peet used it as her daughter Molly's middle name.

Juni is the Scandinavian version; other related choices are Junia, Juno, Juna and Djuna.

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Famous People Named June

June Carter Cash, American singer and actress
June Taylor, American choreographer
June Allyson, American 40s-50s actress
June Caprice, American silent film actress
June Haver, American actress
June MacCloy, American actress
June Pointer, American vocalist (for The Pointer Sisters)
June "Mama" Shannon, from TLC's reality show "Here Come's Honey Boo Boo"
June Diane Raphael, American Actress

Pop Culture References for the Name June

June Cleaver, mother on U.S. 1950s show "Leave It to Beaver"
Junie B. Jones, children's book character
June Catherine (b. 2007), daughter of American actor Balthazar Getty
Jing-mei "June" Woo, Joy Luck Club character
"Flaming June," a Pre-Raphaelite painting by Fredrick Lord Leighton (1895)
June Iparis, heroine of Marie Lu's Legend trilogy

Junae, Junel, Junella, Junelle, Junette, Juniata, Junieta, Junina, Junine, Junya, Jyune

June's International Variations

Juin (French) Junia (Greek) Djuni (Indonesian) Giugnia (Italian) Junha (Portuguese) Yuna (Russian) Juni (Scandinavian)