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Prénom July - Meaning and origin


Origin of first name:

Anglo-Saxons, Latins

Meaning of the name:

Pronounced "Jhuw-Lay", July is a feminine given name of Latin and English origin. More popular in England than elsewhere, it comes from the month "July" or "July" in English, itself derived from the first name "Julius".

In addition, the name July is a Spanish, Portuguese, Polish, German and English variant of "Julia". The French version of this name is "Julie".

Regardless of its variants, "July" means "young" and "child of Jove".

Celebrities:

July Jung, writer and director from South Korea, Julie Gayet, French director and actress, Julie Ferrier, comedian and French actress.

Marie-Rose-Julie Billiart, known as Saint Julie Billiart, is the founder of the "Sisters of Notre Dame". Born in Cuvilly on July 12, 1751 and died on April 8, 1816 in Namur, Belgium, Pope Pius X beatified her in 1906. She was canonized in 1969 by Pope Paul VI.

His character :

Very nice and sociable, the July have a charm. However, their timidity and reserved nature make them tend to stay away. With their friends and loved ones, they naturally change their personality and are enthusiastic, communicative and curious.

Derivatives:

Jaala, Jaalah, Jacquelle, Jacquil, Jael, Jaella, Jahel, Jahla, Jaleh, Jalil, Julee, Juley Julha, Julye and Yula.

His party :

The July are celebrated on April 8th.

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