- n. A female given name.
- Latin Iūlia, feminine form of the Roman gens name Iūlius. (Wiktionary)
“Julia had broken the _Lex Julia_, -- so much is certain, -- but even if she had been guilty of an unfortunate act, she was not a monster, as her enemies wished to have it believed.”
“ Julia answered, Julia herself did give it me, and Julia herself hath brought it hither.”
“She putting in (as one may say) a good word for herself, said she knew Julia; as well she might, being herself the Julia of whom she spoke; telling how fondly Julia loved her master Proteus, and how his unkind neglect would grieve her; and then she with a pretty equivocation went on, Julia is about my height, and of my complexion, the colour of her eyes and hair the same as mine; and indeed Julia looked a most beautiful youth in her boys attire.”
“Another Medal trailvoice Hey DC friends, where are you going this weekend to do your best @Shaun_White/@Julia Mancuso impression vanreview Not So Fast Lindsey Vonn, Is Julia Mancuso the Best U.S.”
“JULIA: Kate Bosworth or Sienna Miller NOT Scarlett Johanson, Julia is a tortured soul and they need an actress who can do depth, not big chi chi’s!”
“Then a mother of a motor launch, the name Julia I in swirly italicson its prow.”
“The group in Kimberley Road, said to have moved in two weeks ago, produced a fake tenancy agreement using the name Julia High.”
“If you're with some bird and you're trying to impress her and she's got the expression Julia Gillard's got, you kind of know you're bombing out.”
“Doña Julia is a real person and has three or four tiny gorditas restaurants in Zacatecas.”
Looking for tweets for Julia.