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Name Giulia - Meaning and origin

Name Giulia - Meaning and origin


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Origin of first name:

Italians, Latin

Meaning of the name:

Giulia comes from the Latin name "Julius" which corresponds to Julie in Italian.

Celebrities:

Giulia Sarkozy is the daughter of Nicolas Sarkozy, former President of the French Republic, and Carla Bruni, Franco-Italian singer.

Giulia Salvatori is a Franco-Italian actress and author, co-author of a book entitled Annie Girardot: A French Destiny.

Giulia Farnese is an Italian woman, best known for being the sister of Pope Paul III.

Giulia Salerno is a young Italian actress who played in the series "The Incomprise".

Giulia is associated with Sainte-Julie Billiart, founder of the Institute of the Sisters of Notre Dame. She died on April 8, 1816 at the age of 65.

His character :

This Italian name is often worn by people with a dynamic temperament and a curious mind. In general, Giulia are eager to know and are very interested in everything around them. They appreciate moments of loneliness and do not feel the need to be surrounded. Their charisma is shown through bravery and determination when they do something.

Derivatives:

Julie, Julia, Giuliana and Giuli.

His party :

The Giulia are celebrated on April 8th.

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