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Giulia

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Gender: Female Pronunciation: JOO-lee-ah Meaning of Giulia: "youthful" Origin of Giulia: Italian variation of Julia

The name Giulia is a girl's name of Italian origin meaning "youthful". Giulia and is often added to lists like Hot Celebrity Baby Names and discussed in our forums with posts like "CAF - Italian Edition".

From the experts:

An Italian version of an English classic beginning to be adopted by cutting-edge American parents, including Entourage's Debi Mazar.

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Famous People Named Giulia

Alexandra "Giulia" Kraft, American composer
Giulia Farnese, mistress of Pope Rodrigo Borgia
Giulia Steingruber, Swiss gymnast
Giulia Cicciari, American child model & actress
Giulia Anna "Giulietta" Masina, Italian actress
Giulia Quintavalle, Italian judoka
Giulia Arena, Miss Italia 2013
Giulia Caterina Boverio, Italian actress
Giulia Bevilacqua, Italian actress
Giulia Elettra Gorietti, Italian actress
Giulia Rubini, Italian actress
Julia Anna Marina "Giulia" Siegel, German actress and model
Giulia Warwick (born Julia Ehrenberg), English soprano and actress
Giulia Isabela Corcos (b. 2006), daughter of actress and television personality Debi Mazar
Giulia Sarkozy (b. 2011), daughter of former French President Nicolas Sarkozy and singer Carla Bruni

Pop Culture References for the name Giulia

Giulia Polani, character in G. A. Henty's, The Lion of St. Mark

Comments

Thepandaprincess223 Says:

2016-12-07T05:17:45

I know a lovely girl called Julia, we grew up together and took Italian lessons. While Julia is a pretty name on a whole, I always liked her Italian spelling Giulia more. I find I think takes away from the hard j sound.

lemonqueen Says:

2016-08-12T13:40:17

OMG I love this name!!!

gipro2003 Says:

2014-03-26T01:47:43

This is my name. I absolutely love it! Yes, it has pronunciation and spelling issues galore (although I've never gotten anything near Drool-ia), but I've survived and get compliments on my name all the time. I also think it has instilled a confidence in me to use more unusual names on my children.

raevynstar Says:

2014-03-14T15:43:41

Despite the fact that it's pronounced like Julia, all I can see when I look at this spelling is Drool-ia.