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100 Perfect Middle Names For Julia [Catchy & Cool]

TheBiranchi Team has collected a new list of the Top 100 most perfect middle names for Julia, which might sound perfect for your newborn.

In this article, you will get to know the meaning, gender, and origin of the name Julia. Also, we have arranged a list of the best middle names for Julia, and a comprehensive list of the Most Famous People Named Julia.

Julia: Meaning & Origin

Julia means – Of the gens Julia, A descendant of Julus

Julia gender – Feminine

Julia origin – Latin

You can find the Meaning, Origin, Personality Traits, Horoscope, and detailed information about the name Julia here.

100 Best Middle Names For Julia

Are you looking for a perfect middle name for Julia? Check out these awesome middle names:

  1. Julia Abigail
  2. Julia Addison
  3. Julia Adeline
  4. Julia Adriana
  5. Julia Alexandria
  6. Julia Annabelle
  7. Julia Anne
  8. Julia Beatrice
  9. Julia Belle
  10. Julia Blair
  11. Julia Braelynn
  12. Julia Brianne
  13. Julia Briar 
  14. Julia Camille
  15. Julia Caroline
  16. Julia Catalina
  17. Julia Claire
  18. Julia Dakota
  19. Julia Dallas
  20. Julia Danielle
  21. Julia Delaney
  22. Julia Eleanor
  23. Julia Eliza
  24. Julia Elizabeth
  25. Julia Everly
  26. Julia Faith
  27. Julia Faye
  28. Julia Finley
  29. Julia Gabrielle
  30. Julia Genesis
  31. Julia Genevieve
  32. Julia Giselle
  33. Julia Grace
  34. Julia Harper
  35. Julia Haven
  36. Julia Hazel
  37. Julia Holland
  38. Julia Irene
  39. Julia Isabelle
  40. Julia Jane
  41. Julia Janelle
  42. Julia Jayleen
  43. Julia Joy
  44. Julia Kate
  45. Julia Kayleigh
  46. Julia Kinley
  47. Julia Leighton
  48. Julia Leona
  49. Julia Lucille
  50. Julia Mae
  51. Julia Maeve
  52. Julia Marie
  53. Julia Mackenzie
  54. Julia Mckinley
  55. Julia Michelle
  56. Julia Morgan
  57. Julia Nadine
  58. Julia Naomi
  59. Julia Nicole
  60. Julia Noelle
  61. Julia Novalee
  62. Julia Oakley
  63. Julia Odette
  64. Julia Opal
  65. Julia Oriana
  66. Julia Paige
  67. Julia Paisley
  68. Julia Palmer
  69. Julia Pearl
  70. Julia Peyton
  71. Julia Quinn
  72. Julia Reagan
  73. Julia Reese
  74. Julia Reign
  75. Julia Remi
  76. Julia Rosalie
  77. Julia Roselyn
  78. Julia Rowan
  79. Julia Sage
  80. Julia Savannah
  81. Julia Sawyer
  82. Julia Saylor
  83. Julia Sienna
  84. Julia Simone
  85. Julia Skylar
  86. Julia Sloane
  87. Julia Sophie
  88. Julia Summer
  89. Julia Tabitha
  90. Julia Taylor
  91. Julia Teagan
  92. Julia Temperance
  93. Julia Tenley
  94. Julia Tianna
  95. Julia Trinity
  96. Julia Valerie
  97. Julia Violet
  98. Julia Vivienne
  99. Julia Waverly
  100. Julia Wren

Nicknames For Julia

Nicknames are a great way to show your newborn you love them. Here are a few of the most popular Julia nicknames:

  • Jewel
  • Jia
  • Jools
  • Ju
  • Juju
  • Jujy
  • Jules
  • Julie
  • Julita
  • Julz
  • Lee
  • Leelee
  • Lia
  • Uli
  • Ulia
  • Uly

Names Similar to Julia

Check out these similar-sounding names list to discover more names that are similar to Julia.

  • Abigail
  • Alice
  • Amelia
  • Anna
  • Audrey
  • Caroline
  • Cecilia
  • Charlotte
  • Chloe
  • Claire
  • Eleanor
  • Eliza
  • Elizabeth
  • Emily
  • Emma
  • Grace
  • Hannah
  • Isabella
  • Jane
  • Jordan
  • Josephine
  • Juliana
  • Juliet
  • Katherine
  • Laura
  • Leah
  • Lily
  • Lucy
  • Lydia
  • Madeline
  • Margaret
  • Maria
  • Mary
  • Natalie
  • Nora
  • Olivia
  • Rachel
  • Sarah
  • Sophia
  • Sydney
  • Taylor
  • Victoria

Most Famous People Named Julia

Our names have the potential to influence our behavior, physical appearance, career path and life choices, popularity, and how others perceive us.  If a child has a story behind his name, it can motivate him to be like his namesake and to emulate that person’s good qualities.

Go through the list of popular personalities named Julia:

Julia Carter Aldrich (1834–1924), American author
Júlia Almeida (born 1983), Brazilian actress
Julia A. Ames (1816–1891), American journalist, editor and temperance reformer
Julia Arthur (1869–1950), Canadian-born stage and film actress
Julia Barretto (born 1997), Filipino actress
Julia Bascom, 21st century American autism rights activist
Julie Billiart (1751–1816), French Catholic saint
Julia Boutros (born 1968), Lebanese singer
Julia Budd (born 1983), Canadian martial artist
Julia Abigail Fletcher Carney (1823–1908), American educator and poet
Julia Child (1912–2004), American gourmet cook, author and television personality
Julia Clarete (born 1979), Filipino singer and actress
Julia Cohen (born 1989), American tennis player
Julia Colman (1828–1909), American educator, activist, editor and writer
Julia Pleasants Creswell (1827–1886), American poet and novelist
Julia Dean (actress, born 1830) (1830–1868), American stage actress
Julia Dean (actress, born 1878) (1878–1952), American stage and film actress
Julia de Burgos (1914–1953), Puerto Rican poet
Julia C. R. Dorr (1825–1913), American author
Julia Dorsey (1850-1919), African-American suffragist
Julia Duffy (born 1951), American actress
Julia Duporty (born 1971), Cuban sprinter
Julia Fischer (born 1983), German violinist
Julia Wheelock Freeman (1833–1900), American Civil War nurse
Julia Gillard (born 1961), Australian politician, Prime Minister
Julia Glushko (born 1990), Israeli tennis player
Julia Goddard (1825–1896), British children’s writer and animal welfare campaigner
Julia Gordon, Canadian mathematician
Julia Swayne Gordon (1878–1933), American actress
Julia Görges (born 1988), German tennis player
Julia Grant (1826–1902), wife of US President Ulysses Grant
Julia Boynton Green (1861–1957), American poet
Julia Hamburg (born 1986), German politician
Julia Haworth (born 1979), British actress
Julia Ward Howe (1819–1910), American abolitionist, social activist and poet
Julia Hütter (born 1983), German pole vaulter
Julia Irwin (born 1951), Australian politician
Julia Klöckner (born 1972), German politician
Julia Kwan, Canadian screenwriter and director
Julia Lathrop (1858–1932), American social reformer
Julia Ledóchowska, birth name of Ursula Ledóchowska (1865–1939), Roman Catholic saint
Julia Lennon (1914–1958), mother of John Lennon
Julia Lipnitskaya (born 1998), Russian figure skater
Julia Louis-Dreyfus (born 1961), American actress, co-star of the TV series Seinfeld
Julia Mancuso (born 1984), American skier
Julia Marlowe (1865–1950), English-born American actress
Julia Harris May (1833–1912), American poet, teacher and school founder
Julia E. McConaughy (1834–1885), American litterateur and author
Julia Menéndez (born 1985), Spanish field hockey defender
Julia Michaels (born 1993), American singer and songwriter
Julia Montes (born 1995), Filipino-German actress
Julia A. Moore (1847–1920), American poet
Julia Morgan (1872–1957), American architect
Julia Morton (1912–1996), American author and botanist
Julia Murney (born 1969), American actress and singer
Julia Nesheiwat, Arab-American US Army soldier and advisor
Julia Newmeyer (born 1933), American actress better known as Julie Newmar
Julia Nyberg (1784–1854), Swedish poet
Julia Ormond (born 1965), British actress
Julia Perez (1980–2017), Indonesian actress, singer, presenter, model and comedian
Julia Pérez Montes de Oca (1839–1875), Cuban poet
Julia Phillips (1944–2002), American film producer and author
Julia Piera (born 1970), Spanish poet
Julia Jones Pugliese (1909–1993), American fencer and fencing coach
Julia Rais (born 1971), Malaysian film actress and princess
Julia Roberts (born 1967), American actress
Julia Sakara (born 1969), Zimbabwean middle-distance runner
Julia Sanderson (1888–1975), American actress and singer
Julia Sawalha (born 1968), British actress
Julia Schruff (born 1982), German retired tennis player
Julia Stiles (born 1981), American actress
Julia H. Scott (1809–1842), American poet
Julia Sude (born 1987), German beach volleyball player
Julia Sweeney (born 1959), American actor and comedian
Julia Vakulenko (born 1983), Ukrainian tennis player
Julia Rush Cutler Ward (1796–1824), American poet
Julia Wells (born 1935), English actress, singer and author better known as Julie Andrews
Julia Wilson (born 1978), Australian rower
Julia Winter (born 1993), Swedish-British actress
Julia A. Wood (1840–1927), American writer and composer
Julia Amanda Sargent Wood (pen name, Minnie Mary Lee; 1825–1903), American author
Julia McNair Wright (1840–1903), American writer
Julia Evelyn Ditto Young (1857–1915), American novelist and poet

You can find the Meaning, Origin, Personality Traits, Horoscope, and detailed information about the name Julia here.

Final Thoughts From TheBiranchi:

Naming a baby is so hard but it is an important decision you have to make as a parent. It can be fun, but the responsibility of naming another human being can make it a bit intimidating. After all, your child will carry that name throughout their life.

Read through this article again to choose the best middle name for Julia. You can also choose from the list of Most Popular People named Julia.

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