- n. A female given name.
- A 19th/20th century variant of Juliana. Can also be interpreted as a combination of Julia + Anne. (Wiktionary)
“Yeah, I have a feeling Julianne is gonna rock the crap out of this.”
“Yeah, Julianne is not enough to make me watch a show.”
“My wife trusts Julianne, which is always good, believe me," says Ruffalo.”
“I remember my parents took us to a place called Julianne not the one in San Marino where I had my very first duck l'orange and I thought it was the best thing I'd ever eaten.”
“My wife trusts Julianne, which is always good, believe me," says”
“The Julianne is a romantic low side-swept bun with wispy pieces of hair framing the face.”
“Vanessa Marcil, Sarah Michelle Geller, I also like the idea of Julianne Hough - or Kelly Monaco”
“There could be a minor gender association problem, however, because Julian is sometimes used as a variation of the girls’ name Julianne.”
“Right away I’d called Julianne Greenberg, my camp friend from Connecticut.”
“While most of us only ever get to see photos or TV images of the rich and famous, Mark worked on their hair, helping create the public image of such stars as Kate Bush, and actresses such as Julianne Moore and Julie Christie.”
Looking for tweets for Julianne.