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- The Roman emperor Flavius Claudius Julianus or Julian the Apostate.
- A male given name from Latin Iulianus, from Iulius.
- A female given name from Latin, of medieval English usage, variant of Gillian.
- An English patronymic surname.
- A French patronymic surname, a variant of Julien.
- A locale in the United States.
- A village in Nebraska; named for early French settler Julian Bahuaud.
- A census-designated place in San Diego County, California; named for early settler Mike Julian.
- A census-designated place in Pennsylvania.
- An unincorporated community in Kansas.
- An unincorporated community in North Carolina.
- An unincorporated community in West Virginia; named for early landowner Julian Hill.
- 1813 George Crabbe, Tracy, Poems by George Crabbe, Adolphus William Ward,The University Press (1907), page 455:
- "I'll give the Boy a Name you must approve: / He shall be Julian!" "An heroic Name / Of some old fool!" said the indignant Dame. / "Fool!" said the Husband; "nay, a glorious Prince; / Nor have Mankind beheld his equal since, / He the whole World from Superstition Free'd / And left the Bigots neither Cross or Creed.
- 1968 Robin Maugham, The Second Window, McGraw - Hill, page 275:
- I was hoping the man would have some romantic name like Sebastian or Julian. However, as a surname Fletcher's all right.
male given name
- of, or relating to Julius Caesar
of, or relating to Julius Caesar
- Hyphenation: ju‧lian
- a male given name from English
- A male given name.
- son of Julian: Juliansson
- daughter of Julian: Juliansdóttir
- Genitive singular form of Julia.
Julian m (genitive Julians)
- A male given name from English