July:  July was the month in which Julius Caesar was born. Originally in ancient Rome it was called Quintilis, literally ‘fifth month’ (the Roman year began in March), but after the death and deification of Caesar its name was changed in his honour. Latin Jūlius passed into English via Anglo-Norman julie, and until the 18th century the word was usually pronounced to rhyme with truly (as the related woman’s name Julie still is).
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."
1. In July 1957, we were married in New York.
2. On 6 July a People's Revolutionary Government was constituted.
3. The first price increases are due to come into force in July.
4. "Eat before JULY 14" was stamped on the label.
5. Execution by lethal injection is scheduled for July 30th.