Baby Name: Juliana
Feminine form of Julianus, ultimately derived from Roman name, Julius. This name was given to many saints, princesses, and essential women such as 14th century mystic and author Juliana of Norwich and 1948 to 1980 Queen Juliana of the Netherlands. Ranked in the top 100 on the chart between 1994 and 2001, peaking in 1997, most likely because of singer Juliana Hatfield who gained favor from parents by being a positive role model for pre-teen and teenage girls and for addressing serious issues faced by young women in her songs. Sometimes spelled separately such as Julie Anna, or hyphenated such as Juli-Anna.