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Girl Name: Juliana

Name: Juliana
Pronunciation: \j(u)-lia-na\
Gender / Sex: girl name girl
Meaning: youthful; Jove's child
Origin: Latin
Related Names: Jill, Liana, Giulia, Julia
Sounds Like: Julliana, Jiuliana, Jiliana, Julyana, Julina
Variant forms: Giuliana, Juliane, Juliann, Julianna, Julianne, Julieann, Julieanna, Julieanne
Rank as First Name (Given Name): 844
Rank as Last Name (Surname, Family Name): 83238


Juliana \j(u)-lia-na\ as a girl's name is pronounced joo-lee-AH-nah. It is of Latin origin, and the meaning of Juliana is "youthful; Jove's child". Feminine form of Julius or Julian. First used in the early Christian era. Saint Juliana of Florence (14th century). Also a royal name in the Netherlands. See also Julian, Gillian, Jillian, and Julie. Actresses Juliet Phillips, Juliet Moore, Julianne Margulies.

Juliana has 8 variant forms: Giuliana, Juliane, Juliann, Julianna, Julianne, Julieann, Julieanna and Julieanne.

For more information, see also related names Jill, Liana, Giulia and Julia.

Baby names that sound like Juliana are Julliana, Jiuliana, Jiliana, Julyana and Julina.

View a list of the 8 names that reference Juliana.


Juliana is a very popular first name for women (#844 out of 4276) and a slightly less popular surname or last name for both men and women (#83238 out of 88799). (1990 U.S. Census)

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