noun, plural Ju·lies, Ju·lys.
Origin of July
Examples from the Web for julies
Historical Examples of julies
Anyhow, he was the grandfather of M. Antonin Mairaut, Julies husband.Three Plays by Brieux
It was only an echo of Julies laugh, sighed the Captain, in relief.Girl Scouts at Dandelion Camp
Lillian Elizabeth Roy
Directly under Julies back was a great iron bolt but she could not move far enough to either one side or the other to avoid it.
Julies brag about falling fast asleep in a jiffy proved false, for she could not rest comfortably because of the bolt.
Sound carries far over the water, so Julies singing was heard by the rescuers as soon as they came out into the lake.
noun plural -lies
Word Origin for July
fem. proper name, Englishing of Julia.
c.1050, Iulius, from Anglo-French julie, Old French Jule, from Latin Iulius "fifth month of the Roman calendar" (which began its year in March), renamed after his death and deification in honor of Gaius Julius Caesar, who was born in this month, which formerly in republican Rome was named Quintilis "fifth." Accented on first syllable in English until 18c. Replaced Old English liða se æfterra "later mildness," from liðe "mild."