From the Roman name Julianus, which was derived from JULIUS. This was the name of the last pagan Roman emperor, Julian the Apostate (4th century) . He advocated the re-institution of Greco-Roman religious tradition over the Christianization of the Roman Empire.
Julian of Norwich, the only famous female bearer of this name, only bore this name because she was an anchoress at the church of the aforementioned male St Julian. Her true name has been lost to history.
From the Latin Julianus, which is a derivative of Julius, and old Roman family name thought to be derived from Iulus (the first down on the chin, downy-bearded). Because a person just beginning to develop facial hair is young, “youth” became an accepted meaning of the name.
From the Latin Julianus, which is a derivative of Julius, and old Roman family name thought to be derived from Iulus (the first down on the chin, downy-bearded). Because a person just beginning to develop facial hair is young, â€œyouthâ€ became an accepted m
Julian was the name of the last pagan Roman emperor, Julian the Apostate. It was also borne from several early saints, including the legendary Saint Julian the Hospitaller. This name has been used in England since the Middle Ages.
Standing at 6' 5", he was a dangerous left-arm fast-medium bowler and a tremendously hard-hitting right-handed late-middle order batsman, he was regarded as a prospect to become an all-rounder. When on form, his bowling was particularly lethal, with the awkward angle of delivery being a left-armer, the natural swing, and the lift he generated from his great height. However, his bowling average was mediocre, comparable to part-time bowlers such as Mark Waugh and Steve Waugh. In batting, he was a destructive striker of the ball when on song, but top scores of 56* and 35 in Test matches and ODIs respectively, along with averages of 16 and 13, comparable to tail-enders such as Anil Kumble and Harbhajan Singh suggest that this was rarely the case.
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