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Julian is a given name, meaning "of the gens Julia".
People called Julian include:
- Julian (331/332 – 363), Roman emperor
- Salvius Julianus (c.110-c.170), Roman jurist, often cited in legal texts as 'Julian' or 'Julianus'
- Julian (pornographic actor) (born 1970), pornographic actor
- Percy Lavon Julian (1899–1975), American chemist
Julian may also refer to:
- associated with or named after Julius Caesar
- Julian (novel), a 1964 novel by Gore Vidal about the emperor
- Saint Julian (disambiguation)
- Académie Julian, a former art school in Paris
- Julien Inc., a stainless steel fabrication company
- Count Julian (novel), a 1970 novel by Juan Goytisolo
- Frederick Juliand (1806–?), New York politician
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