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Gender of Gyula.

Gyula is a name usually given to boys.

Although Gyula is male, why is it sometimes used for girls? Often a name is taken from a neutral concept with no implied gender. Sometimes the name can be derived from two different sources, one male and one female. Names sometimes change gender over time!


Meanings of the name Gyula.

The following meaning is associated with the name Gyula:

  • Youth

Origins of Gyula.

One origin of Gyula is Hungarian.

Names related to Gyula.

Names with the same meaning as Gyula are: Burr, Eoghan, Euan, Gyala, Hogan, Iiian, Julene, Julita, Kijana, Miner, Svein, Sven, Swain, Ujana, Yulene, Yuliya, Alemeth, Junia and Mibhar.

Lucky numbers for Gyula.

Number 5 playing card;©V.H.Smith

The numerological number for the name Gyula is 5.

Some two digit lucky numbers for Gyula are: 14 23 32 41 50 59 68 77 86 95.

What does this mean? If you believe in numbers having mystical powers, it could be something very important. You could look for a spouse with the same numerological number and choose your house or the date of an important even based on it. For most of us it is just a bit of fun. See if you have the same numerological number as any special person in your life.

How do you work out your numerological number? You use a special alphabet which gives a value to each of letters and then add the values of the letters in your name. You can see excactly how we calculated five as the lucky number for Gyula here: Calculating lucky numbers for Gyula.


Name Days for Gyula.

Name days are different in different countries and for different religions. They are often the memorial date of a saint who has the same name.

Often there are many saints with they same name, so you have a wide choice of name days!

A name day for Gyula is:

  • April 12 (Hungary).

Writers

There are nine Writers called Gyula.

  • Gyula Andrássy the Younger

    Gyula Andrássy the Younger is a Writer... (extract from the wikipedia article on Gyula Andrássy the Younger)

  • Gyula Háy

    Gyula Háy (Julius Hay) (May 5, 1900 – May 7, 1975) was a Hungarian communist intellectual and playwright.... (extract from the wikipedia article on Gyula Háy)

  • Gyula Breyer

    Gyula Breyer (April 30, 1893 – November 9, 1921) was a Hungarian chess player. He was a leading member of the hypermodern school of chess theory, which favored controlling the center with pressure from the flanks.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Gyula Breyer)

  • Gyula Farkas (linguistic scientist)

    Farkas Gyula, or Julius von Farkas (September 27, 1894, Kismarton/Eisenstadt, Sopron megye - July 12, 1958, Göttingen) was a Hungarian literary historian and Finno-Ugric linguist.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Gyula Farkas (linguistic scientist))

  • Gyula Szentessy

    Gyula Szentessy (1870, Nagyvárad – 1905, Budapest) was a Hungarian poet.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Gyula Szentessy)

  • Gyula Juhász (historian)

    Gyula Juhász (Bia, September 11, 1930 – Budapest, April 13, 1993) Hungarian historian, member of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences (1985). Brother of the Hungarian poet Ferenc Juhász.... (extract from the wikipedia article on Gyula Juhász (historian))

  • Gyula Hernádi

    Gyula Hernádi is a Writer... (extract from the wikipedia article on Gyula Hernádi)

  • Gyula Maár

    Gyula Maár is a Writer... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on Gyula Maár)

  • Gyula László

    Gyula László (Kőhalom, 14th March 1910 – Nagyvárad (today: Oradea) 17th July 1998) is a Hungarian historian, archaeologist, artist, and university professor.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on Gyula László)

Soccer Players

There are six Soccer Players called Gyula.

  • Gyula Hajszán

    Gyula Hajszán (born 9 October 1961) is a retired Hungarian football player.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on Gyula Hajszán)

  • Gyula Mándi

    Gyula Mándi, also referred to as Mándi Gyula or Julius Mandel (born January 21, 1899 in Budapest- died October 18, 1969 in Budapest) was a Hungarian footballer and manager.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on Gyula Mándi)

  • Gyula Barátky

    Gyula Barátky is a Soccer Player... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Gyula Barátky)

  • Gyula Rumbold

    Gyula Rumbold (December 6, 1887 in Budapest – October 5, 1959 in Budapest) was a Hungarian amateur football (soccer) player who competed in the 1912 Summer Olympics.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Gyula Rumbold)

  • Gyula Futó

    Gyula Futó (29 December 1908 - 2 October 1977) was a Hungarian footballer who played for Újpest FC, as well as representing the Hungarian national football team at the 1934 FIFA World Cup. He played 7 games for the Hungarian national team as a defender.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Gyula Futó)

  • Gyula Kertész

    Gyula Kertész is a Soccer Player... ( from the wikipedia article on Gyula Kertész)

Diplomats

There are five Diplomats called Gyula.

  • Gyula Gömbös

    Gyula Gömbös is a Diplomat... ( from the wikipedia article on Gyula Gömbös)

  • Gyula Horn

    Gyula Horn is a Diplomat... (extract from the wikipedia article on Gyula Horn)

  • Gyula Andrássy the Younger

    Gyula Andrássy the Younger is a Diplomat... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Gyula Andrássy the Younger)

  • Gyula Kállai

    Gyula Kállai is a Diplomat... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Gyula Kállai)

  • Gyula Károlyi

    Gyula Count Károlyi de Nagykároly (7 May 1871, Baktalórántháza - 23 April 1947) was a conservative Hungarian politician who served as Prime Minister of Hungary from 1931 to 1932. He had previously been Prime Minister of the counter-revolutionary government in Szeged for several months in 1919.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Gyula Károlyi)

Prime Ministers

There are four Prime Ministers called Gyula.

  • Gyula Gömbös

    Gyula Gömbös is a Prime Minister... ( from the wikipedia article on Gyula Gömbös)

  • Gyula Horn

    Gyula Horn is a Prime Minister... (extract from the wikipedia article on Gyula Horn)

  • Gyula Kállai

    Gyula Kállai is a Prime Minister... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on Gyula Kállai)

  • Gyula Károlyi

    Gyula Count Károlyi de Nagykároly (7 May 1871, Baktalórántháza - 23 April 1947) was a conservative Hungarian politician who served as Prime Minister of Hungary from 1931 to 1932. He had previously been Prime Minister of the counter-revolutionary government in Szeged for several months in 1919.... (extract from the wikipedia article on Gyula Károlyi)

Mathematicians

There are four Mathematicians called Gyula.

  • Gyula Vályi

    Gyula Vályi (5 January 1855; Marosvásárhely/Târgu Mureş - 13 October 1913; Kolozsvár/Cluj) was a Hungarian mathematician and theoretical physicist known for his work on mathematical analysis, geometry, and number theory.... (extract from the wikipedia article on Gyula Vályi)

  • Gyula Farkas (natural scientist)

    Farkas Gyula, or Julius Farkas (March 28, 1847, Sárosd, Fejér megye - December 27, 1930, Pestszentlőrinc) was a Jewish Hungarian mathematician and physicist.... (extract from the wikipedia article on Gyula Farkas (natural scientist))

  • Gyula O. H. Katona

    Gyula O. H. Katona is a Mathematician... ( from the wikipedia article on Gyula O. H. Katona)

  • Gyula Y. Katona

    Gyula Y. Katona (December 4, 1965 - ) is a Hungarian mathematician, the son of mathematician Gyula O.... (extract from the wikipedia article on Gyula Y. Katona)

Chess Players

There are three Chess Players called Gyula.

  • Gyula Breyer

    Gyula Breyer (April 30, 1893 – November 9, 1921) was a Hungarian chess player. He was a leading member of the hypermodern school of chess theory, which favored controlling the center with pressure from the flanks.... (extract from the wikipedia article on Gyula Breyer)

  • Gyula Kluger

    Gyula Kluger (15 January 1914, Sátoraljaújhely – 23 September 1994, Budapest) was a Hungarian chess master.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Gyula Kluger)

  • Gyula Makovetz

    Gyula Makovetz (Makowetz, Makovets) (29 December 1860, Arad – December 1903, Budapest) was a Hungarian journalist and chess player.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Gyula Makovetz)

Physicists

There are three Physicists called Gyula.

  • Gyula Fényi

    Fényi Gyula (January 8, 1845–December 21, 1927) was a Hungarian Jesuit and astronomer. He is also known by the name P.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Gyula Fényi)

  • Gyula Farkas (natural scientist)

    Farkas Gyula, or Julius Farkas (March 28, 1847, Sárosd, Fejér megye - December 27, 1930, Pestszentlőrinc) was a Jewish Hungarian mathematician and physicist.... ( from the wikipedia article on Gyula Farkas (natural scientist))

  • Gyula M. Szabó

    Gyula M. Szabó, PhD is an Hungarian astronomer born in Szeged], [[Hungary on March 15, 1979, currently a postdoc researcher at the University of Szeged.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Gyula M. Szabó)

Sculptors

There are three Sculptors called Gyula.

  • Gyula Donáth

    Gyula Donáth is a Sculptor... (extract from the wikipedia article on Gyula Donáth)

  • Gyula Kosice

    Gyula Kosice is a Sculptor... ( from the wikipedia article on Gyula Kosice)

  • Gyula Juhász (sculptor)

    Juhász Gyula (April 13, 1876 – January 6, 1913) was a Hungarian sculptor and medallist.... ( from the wikipedia article on Gyula Juhász (sculptor))

Architects

There are three Architects called Gyula.

  • Gyula Pártos

    Gyula Pártos (1845–1916) was a Hungarian architect. Together with Ödön Lechner he designed a number of buildings in the typical Secession style of the turn of the century Hungary.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on Gyula Pártos)

  • Gyula Rochlitz

    Gyula Rochlitz was a Hungarian architect who was chief architect of the Budapest Railway Directorate in the late 1800s. In that capacity, he designed the hall of the Keleti pályaudvar or Eastern Railway Station along with János Feketeházy.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on Gyula Rochlitz)

  • Gyula Kaesz

    Gyula Kaesz (Budapest, 1897. July 13.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on Gyula Kaesz)

Comedians

There are two Comedians called Gyula.

  • Gyula Kabos

    Gyula Kabos (19 March 1887, Budapest - 6 October 1941, New York) was a Hungarian actor and comedian, widely known for his comedic movie roles in the late 1930s.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on Gyula Kabos)

  • Gyula Gózon

    Gyula Gózon (19 April 1885, Nové Zámky – 8 October 1972, Budapest) was a Hungarian actor and comedian.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Gyula Gózon)

Economists

There are two Economists called Gyula.

  • Gyula Károlyi

    Gyula Count Károlyi de Nagykároly (7 May 1871, Baktalórántháza - 23 April 1947) was a conservative Hungarian politician who served as Prime Minister of Hungary from 1931 to 1932. He had previously been Prime Minister of the counter-revolutionary government in Szeged for several months in 1919.... (extract from the wikipedia article on Gyula Károlyi)

  • Gyula Lengyel

    Gyula Lengyel is an Economist... ( from the wikipedia article on Gyula Lengyel)

Olympic Medalists

There are two Olympic Medalists called Gyula.

  • Gyula Halasy

    Gyula Halasy (July 19, 1891 – December 20, 1970) was a Hungarian sport shooter who competed in the 1924 Summer Olympics.... (extract from the wikipedia article on Gyula Halasy)

  • Gyula Petrikovics

    Gyula Petrikovics (January 12, 1943 - June 28, 2005) was a Hungarian sprint canoer who competed from the late 1960s to the early 1970s. At the 1968 Summer Olympics in Mexico City, he won a silver medal in the C-2 1000 m event.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Gyula Petrikovics)

Painters

There are two Painters called Gyula.

  • Gyula Basch

    Gyula Basch (April 9, 1859, Budapest - January 8, 1928, Baden) was a Hungarian painter.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on Gyula Basch)

  • Gyula Kosice

    Gyula Kosice is a Painter... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Gyula Kosice)

Astronomers

There are two Astronomers called Gyula.

  • Gyula Fényi

    Fényi Gyula (January 8, 1845–December 21, 1927) was a Hungarian Jesuit and astronomer. He is also known by the name P.... ( from the wikipedia article on Gyula Fényi)

  • Gyula M. Szabó

    Gyula M. Szabó, PhD is an Hungarian astronomer born in Szeged], [[Hungary on March 15, 1979, currently a postdoc researcher at the University of Szeged.... ( from the wikipedia article on Gyula M. Szabó)

Actors

There are two Actors called Gyula.

  • Gyula Kabos

    Gyula Kabos (19 March 1887, Budapest - 6 October 1941, New York) was a Hungarian actor and comedian, widely known for his comedic movie roles in the late 1930s.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on Gyula Kabos)

  • Gyula Gózon

    Gyula Gózon (19 April 1885, Nové Zámky – 8 October 1972, Budapest) was a Hungarian actor and comedian.... ( from the wikipedia article on Gyula Gózon)

Cinematographers

There is one Cinematographer called Gyula.

  • Gyula Pados

    Gyula Pados is a Cinematographer... ( from the wikipedia article on Gyula Pados)

Film Directors

There is one Film Director called Gyula.

  • Gyula Maár

    Gyula Maár is a Film Director... (extract from the wikipedia article on Gyula Maár)

Hockey Players

There is one Hockey Player called Gyula.

  • Gyula Kormos

    Gyula Kormos (also known as Konorót, December 27, 1911 – October 18, 1980) was a Hungarian field hockey player who competed in the 1936 Summer Olympics.... ( from the wikipedia article on Gyula Kormos)

Naturalists

There is one Naturalist called Gyula.

  • Gyula Sáringer

    Gyula Sáringer (December 2, 1928 - February 17, 2009) was a Hungarian agronomist and entomologist. He was a member of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences (MTA).... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Gyula Sáringer)

Playwrights

There is one Playwright called Gyula.

  • Gyula Háy

    Gyula Háy (Julius Hay) (May 5, 1900 – May 7, 1975) was a Hungarian communist intellectual and playwright.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Gyula Háy)

Poets

There is one Poet called Gyula.

  • Gyula Szentessy

    Gyula Szentessy (1870, Nagyvárad – 1905, Budapest) was a Hungarian poet.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Gyula Szentessy)

Gyula

Gender: Male

Meaning: Youth

Origin: Hungarian

Lucky Number: Five

Famous people

Nine Writers

Six Soccer Players

Five Diplomats

Four Prime Ministers

Four Mathematicians

Three Chess Players

Three Physicists

Three Sculptors

Three Architects

Two Comedians

Two Economists

Two Olympic Medalists

Two Painters

Two Astronomers

Two Actors

One Cinematographer

One Film Director

One Hockey Player

One Naturalist

One Playwright

One Poet