Etymology of a name: Julius

Julius is a latin name from ancient Rome possibly derived from the greek name "Ioulus" or the Roman God "Jupiter." It probably would have been pronounced "YOO lee us" in classical latin. The answers to this quiz are twelve variations of "Julius" from various Indo-European languages
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Last updated: April 24, 2018
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Classical Latin, fem.
Julia
French, masc.
Jules
French, fem.
Juliette
German, fem.
Julie
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Italian, masc.
Giulio
Italian, fem.
Giulia
Middle English, masc.
Julian
Middle English, fem.
Jillian
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English Variant
Gillian
Russian, masc.
Yuli
Russian, fem.
Yulia
Spanish
Julio
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