Juliana Louise Emma Marie Wilhelmina, 1909–2004, queen of the Netherlands 1948–80 (daughter of Wilhelmina I).
Also Ju·li·an·na, Ju·li·anne [joo-lee-an]. /ˌdʒu liˈæn/. a female given name, form of Julia.
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How to use Juliana in a sentence
They demanded sweeping changes to how they’re taught and treated by adults who, as a 17-year-old speaker and Juliana plaintiff Sahara Valentine said, are leaving kids to “clean up messes which disproportionately impact us” and future generations.The best ways to teach and talk about climate change with kids | Mary DeMocker / Hothouse | February 24, 2022 | Popular-Science
During her 2015 visit, Juliana invited the students to attend her next hearing.The best ways to teach and talk about climate change with kids | Mary DeMocker / Hothouse | February 24, 2022 | Popular-Science
She took over from her mother, Juliana, who took the place of Queen Wilhelmina.
Juliana, now a grandmother, began working as a London call girl when her son was 6.
This has the right swing, and its slightly faulty alliteration could easily be mended, yet Saint Juliana is not verse.
Indeed, the intention of Juliana had been wholly amiable, for it was at the picnic of the Methodist Sunday-school.
He recalled it now, for the frosty gray eyes of Juliana ran about him and came to rest upon his own eyes.
Miss Juliana sharpened her tone She added, mysteriously: "It would be good without you—good, but not perfect."
He beamed virtuously at Miss Juliana, who now rewarded him with a hurried glance of approval.
British Dictionary definitions for Juliana
full name Juliana Louise Emma Marie Wilhelmina. 1909–2004, queen of the Netherlands (1948–80). She abdicated in favour of her eldest daughter Beatrix
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