Juliet


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Juliet

(dʒʊlɪˈɛt)
n
(Telecommunications) communications a code word for the letter j

Ju•li•et

(ˈdʒu li ət, -ˌɛt, ˌdʒu liˈɛt, ˈdʒul yət)

n.
the heroine of Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet.
Translations
Julie
Julia
Juliette
Julia
Julie
Julia
Julieta
Julia

Juliet

[ˈdʒuːlɪet] NJulieta
References in classic literature ?
A chanting cherub adorned the cover of the sugar bucket, and attempts to portray Romeo and Juliet supplied kindling for some time.
So the duke he told him all about who Romeo was and who Juliet was, and said he was used to being Romeo, so the king could be Juliet.
I was furious with him, and told him that Juliet had been dead for hundreds of years and that her body was lying in a marble tomb in Verona.
But the real triumph was reserved for Christine Daae, who had begun by singing a few passages from Romeo and Juliet.
Juliet wants it to be a fancy-dress affair--abbots and crusaders and all that.
That very evening, marked by Mr Kidd for the exposition of Catastrophism, had been marked by Sir Claude Champion for an open-air rendering of Romeo and Juliet, in which he was to play Romeo to a Juliet it was needless to name.
Then he remembered that the Reggie Chiverses, whose house was a few doors above, were taking a large party that evening to see Adelaide Neilson in Romeo and Juliet, and guessed that the two were of the number.
I shall not tarry to speak of the handsome Lago di Gardi; its stately castle that holds in its stony bosom the secrets of an age so remote that even tradition goeth not back to it; the imposing mountain scenery that ennobles the landscape thereabouts; nor yet of ancient Padua or haughty Verona; nor of their Montagues and Capulets, their famous balconies and tombs of Juliet and Romeo et al.
Now, to give the big bell in marriage to Quasimodo was to give Juliet to Romeo.
Miss Wilkinson oddly enough had suggested that they should read Romeo and Juliet together; but Philip had firmly declined.
Lemon had undertaken to describe Juliet or Imogen, these heroines would not have seemed poetical.
out of "Midsummer-Night's Dream," out of the "Comedy of Errors," out of "Julius Caesar," out of "Measure for Measure," out of "Romeo and Juliet," out of "Two Gentlemen of Verona.