Quick Facts on Yuliana
- Latin, Russian, Spanish
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Soft-haired, youthful; Descended from Jove
Characteristics of Yuliana
- Highly Intuitive
- Spiritual Teacher
- Extremely Bright
Etymology & Historical Origin - Yuliana
Yuliana is the Russian equivalent of Juliana; although in Russian it looks more like this: Юлиана. Yuliana is also a form of Julia used by Spanish speakers (mainly in Latin America). All of the Julia female names can find their roots in Julius, an Old Roman family name most notably borne by Gaius Julius Caesar of ““veni, vidi, vici” fame (as in “I came, I saw, I conquered”) in reference to Julius Caesar’s conquest of Gaul in the 1st century. However, the Julius family name predates Caesar by hundreds of years. The Latins borrowed the name from the Greek “ioulos” (meaning “downy-bearded”) while the Latin word for “‘youthful” is “juvenalis” – therefore the Julius names have come to mean “soft-haired and youthful”. The youthful part is in reference to when a young man first sprouts the “soft-hairs” of his beard. Furthermore, some etymologists believe that Julius could be connected to “Jovilius” which means “descended from Jove (also known as Jupiter)” who was the supreme god in Roman mythology. The Julianus family of ancient Rome was among the most prominent of the patrician class and claimed direct descent from the mythological Julus (son of Aeneas and ancestor to Romulus & Remus, the purported founders of Rome in the 8th century B.C.). Arguably one of the most successful of all non-Biblical ancient names, Julius has spawned scores of variations among males and females across many different languages. Yuliana is yet another example of the persistence and endurance of this “youthful” name.
Popularity of the Name Yuliana
Yuliana is a new entrant to the U.S. female naming charts, first achieving a position on the Top 1000 list in the year 2001. In fact, Yuliana debuted at position #691 back in 2001 which was her best year yet. It’s unclear to us what prompted Yuliana’s sudden appearance on the American female naming charts, but we think it may have had something to do with Mexican actress Yuliana Peniche who was known by Spanish-speaking Americans from her roles on telenovelas. In any case, Yuliana is at the very bottom of the Top 1000 list today at position #999 – we won’t be surprised if she falls off the charts by next year. There remain several options for parents drawn to the “Julia” names all of which are beautiful, traditional and perfectly suited for any “youthful” baby girl.
Popularity of the Girl Name Yuliana
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Cultural References to the Baby Name - Yuliana
Literary Characters of the Baby Name Yuliana
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Popular Songs on Yuliana
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Children's Books on the Baby Name Yuliana
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Famous People Named Yuliana
Famous People Named Yuliana - Yuliana Fedak (Ukrainian tennis player); Yuliana Peniche (Mexican actress)
Children of Famous People Named Yuliana
Famous People Who Named Their Daughter Yuliana - We cannot find any celebrities or famous people who have named their child Yuliana.
Yuliana - Girl Baby Name - Historic Figures
Yuliana - We cannot find any historically significant people with the first name Yuliana.
Personality of the Girl Name Yuliana
The number 11 is a Master Number, and embodies heightened traits of the Two. This personality is on a life journey to find spiritual truth. They are extremely idealistic and intuitive. Elevens have a rare and exceptional spiritual energy that brings a sense of obligation to illuminate the world around them. It's a very powerful responsibility, but these people have far more potential than they know. It's important that they surrender to higher ideals. They have the capacity to see the bigger picture, and they possess the skills to inspire others spiritually. Elevens have strong diplomatic skills and can become great peacemakers. Master numbers can be both a blessing and a curse, as they walk the fine line between greatness and the potential for self-destruction.
Variations of the Baby Name - Yuliana