[joo-lee-uh t, -et, joo-lee-et; especially for 1 jool-yuh t] /ˈdʒu li ət, -ˌɛt, ˌdʒu liˈɛt; especially for 1 ˈdʒul yət/
the heroine of Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet.
(used in communications to represent the letter J).
Also, Juliette. a female given name, form of .
(communications) a code word for the letter j
fem. proper name, from Italian Giulietta, diminutive of Giulia “Julia” (see Julia). Cf. French Juliette. Juliet cap (1904) was felt to resemble a type worn in stage productions of “Romeo and Juliet.”
A Parisian fancy which is finding little favor here, is the Juliet cap. It is a net of beads or of meshed cord jewelled or beaded at the intersections. Clustered bunches of blossoms and foliage are set at each side of the cap, above the ears. [“Fabrics, Fancy-Goods & Notions,” trade publication, New York, January 1904]
noun 1. a skullcap, often set with pearls or other gems, worn by women for semiformal or bridal wear. /ˈdʒuːlɪɪt/ noun 1. a close-fitting decorative cap, worn esp by brides
[jool-yuh s] /ˈdʒul yəs/ noun 1. a male given name: a Roman family name. noun 1. Saint, died a.d. 352, Italian ecclesiastic: pope 337–352. noun 1. (Giuliano della Rovere) 1443–1513, Italian ecclesiastic: pope 1503–13. noun 1. (Giammaria Ciocchi del Monte; Giovanni Maria del Monte) 1487–1555, Italian ecclesiastic: pope 1550–55. /ˈdʒuːljəs; -lɪəs/ noun 1. original name […]
noun 1. . 2. (italics) a tragedy (1600?) by Shakespeare. 3. a walled plain in the first quadrant of the face of the moon: about 55 miles (88 km) in diameter. noun 1. See Caesar (sense 1) A tragedy by William Shakespeare, dealing with the assassination of Julius Caesar and its aftermath. Some famous lines […]
- Julius I
noun 1. Saint, died a.d. 352, Italian ecclesiastic: pope 337–352.