- Epic literary characters aside, this is one of those overlooked names that actually fits perfect for a middle name with so many names that it's ridiculous. Unless you're seriously attached to them, toss all those filler middle names you've already tried out. You no longer need Rose, Renee, Marie, or Nichole. Instead try Juliet. Just try it. Olivia Juliet. Sophia Juliet. Maggie Juliet. Elizabeth Juliet. It just works and it's way cooler than most middle names.
- the epitome of youthful beauty (means "downy-haired")
- I love the name Juli but Julia or just Julie were too common for me. Juliet is a beautiful, feminine, and sophisticated name. I also think it is one of the few names that is adorable for a child and respected for an adult.
- I like the way this name looks and sounds. It is feminine but not really prissy.
- Love it because it's the epitome of romance and magic, and it's very versatile. You can pair it up with countless names.
- Juliet is the most romantic name, it automaticly makes you think of lovewhich is something nice to think about.
- From Romeo and Juliette. Classic and beautiful, the bearer will always evoke images of grace from their birth to their days as an old woman. It brings to mind images of a ballerina or another dancer.
- I adore this name from shakespeares play- again perfectly timeless and sophisticated
- Juliet is simply a gorgeous name, unsurpassed by any other I know of.
- I love all Jul- names, (Julia, Juliana, Julie) especially Juliet, it is both adorable for a little girl and sophisticated for a grown women. It also has the romantic image, set by Romeo and Juliet. It is also (I think) a lot less common that Julia, Juliana and Julie.
- Pretty, romantic, unusual - and I like the 'et' ending.
- Juliet Aniela: Juliet is the most distinctive form of the name Julie. Aniela was my great-grandmother's name. It's Polish and means Angel. Pronounced an-YELL-ah.
- Juliet Elspeth: Juliet is just plain gorgeous and Elspeth is delicate and cool, not to mention it's Scottish.
This is the form of the French Juliette that Shakespeare used for his play Romeo and Juliet.
See Also: Juliette, Julie
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