Julius (disambiguation)

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Julius
Gender Male
Origin
Language(s) 1. Greek
2. Latin
Meaning 1. "downy-bearded"
2. "devoted to Jove"
Other names
Related names Julio, Julia, Julie, Julian, Jules, Jolyon

Julius is the name of a Roman family, most famously the dictator Gaius Julius Caesar. The name Julius may be derived from Greek ιουλος (ioulos) "downy-bearded" or from Latin Jovilius "devoted to Jove". Julio/Júlio is the Spanish/Portuguese form and Jules is the French form.

Julius may also refer to:

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  • Albin Julius (born 1967), Austrian martial music and industrial artist
  • Andrew Julius (born 1984), international footballer from Montserrat
  • Anthony Julius (born 1956), British lawyer and academic
  • Churchill Julius (1847–1938), English priest who became the first Archbishop of New Zealand
  • David Julius (born 1955), American physiologist
  • DeAnne Julius (born 1949), British-based American economist
  • George Julius (1873–1946), Australian inventor and engineer
  • Leigh Julius (born 1985), South African sprinter
  • Max Julius (1916–1963), Australian barrister and communist
  • E. Haldeman-Julius (né Emanuel Julius) (1889–1951), Jewish-American socialist writer, atheist thinker, social reformer and publisher

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