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Gender: Female Origin of Julietta: Spanish variation of Juliet Meaning of Juliet: English from French, diminutive of Julia, "youthful"

The name Julietta is a girl's name of Spanish origin. Julietta and is often added to lists like Alternatives to Alexandra and discussed in our forums with posts like "Makeover 10 times".

From the experts:

Julietta feels newly fresh and friendly thanks to the growing familiarity of Juliet and French sister Juliette.

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Famous People Named Julietta

Saint Julietta, 4th century martyr in Tarsus with her son Quriaqos
Julietta Suzuki, Japanese manga artist
Julietta Quiroga, Argentine Olympic skier

Pop Culture References for the name Julietta

"Julietta," novel by Louise de Vilmorin and 1953 film
Julietta "Jule" West Williams, protagonist of E. Lockhart's novel "Genuine Fraud"


hly478 Says:


Actually, if you go with the Italian pronunciation, Guiletta, it's like 'j-hoo-lee-h-ET-tah'. It's actually our pick for LO, if it fits her. Her nn would be 'Lietta' (lee-etta).
And adding the 'etta' to the end removes the stigma of a suicidal teenager. Plus, there's that whole saint thing. And opera...I'll be looking that one up!

paulapuddephatt Says:


I didn't realise that. I don't think I like it as much now. You are right, though. It's Spanish, and I guess that is how you'd say it. I think Juliet/Juliette is more straight forward.

Giinkies Says:


I will never be naming my child after teenager who killed herself.

Hailey Says:


Technically this is pronounced WHO-lietta, which I don't like as much as Juliette.

Michaela Says:


I think I prefer this over Juliet or Juliette.