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The French form of Julia ultimately derived from the masculine name Julius. A top 100 name on the chart from 1951 to 1992 because of Award-winning English actress, singer, and author, Julie Andrews. She rose to fame after starring in Broadway musicals, such as "My Fair Lady" in 1956 and "Camelot" in 1960, as well as numerous musical films including long-standing favorites, "Mary Poppins" in 1964 and "The Sound of Music" in 1965. Has more recently inspired the name with her star performances in "The Princess Diaries" in 2001 and its sequel released in 2004. Trendy when combined with other independent names, such as Julieanne and Julieanna or used as popular blends like Julissa.
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