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International Variations of Julia

  1. UlyanaHeart
    • JuliHeart
      • YuliyaHeart
        • Origin:

          Russian, Ukrainian, Belarusian, Bulgarian
        • Meaning:

          "youthful, downy"
        • Description:

          Russian, Ukrainian, Belarusian and Bulgarian form of Julia.
      • IouliaHeart
        • Origin:

          Greek version of Latin Julia
        • Meaning:

          "youthful"
        • Description:

          Pronounced very much like the English version, this is Julia as it's heard in Greece.
      • UlanaHeart
        • XuliaHeart
          • Origin:

            Galician variation of Julia, Latin
          • Meaning:

            "youthful"
          • Description:

            X replaces J in the Galicia region of Spain but is pronounced with the same H sound, making Xulia and Xulio the equivalent of Julia and Julio.
        • IúileHeart
          • Origin:

            Gaelic
          • Meaning:

            "youthful"
          • Description:

            Irish Gaelic form of Julia
        • JulinaHeart
          • JulinkaHeart
            • JuleenHeart
              • JulineHeart
                • JuliskaHeart
                  • JulitaHeart
                    • JuljanaHeart
                      • Origin:

                        Finnish and Albanian variation of Juliana, Latin
                      • Meaning:

                        "youthful"
                      • Description:

                        Juliana variant heard in various European countries.
                    • JuleaHeart
                      • XulianaHeart
                        • Origin:

                          Galician variation of Juliana, Latin
                        • Meaning:

                          "youthful"
                        • Description:

                          This extra exciting Juliana variant originated in the Galicia region of Spain.
                      • YulianaHeart
                        • IuliyaHeart
                          • JulianitaHeart
                            • Origin:

                              Spanish from Latin
                            • Meaning:

                              "youthful or sky father"
                            • Description:

                              Spanish diminutive of Juliana
                          • JulijaHeart