Quote Originally Posted by jade84116 View Post
The original Greek can also be rendered as Junias which, would make it a man's name.
That was modified by some Fathers of the Church to Julias because they were living in a patriarchal society (machoism/machismo). In the p***age of the New Testament and in the Greek koine it is a woman.

She was probably the wife of Philologus [Romans 16:15].

As in our days it was a common name for a woman in the antiquity. It was the 10th most popular name for girls born in the United States in 2007 and the top 150 names given to girls in the United States for the past 100 years.