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Meaning of the Name George

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The first name George is of Greek, English, Shakespearean origin. It is often a boy name. It has the following meaning(s):

Greek: Farmer
Greek: Farmer, Husband Good-natured, Vivacious, Healthy, Chief Fault-tactlessness (Geordie, Geordy, Georgie, Jorge)
English: Farmer. in Medieval Legend St. George: (The Knight Who Became Patron Saint of England) Struggled With a Fire-breathing Dragon Symbolizing the Devil
Greek: From 'Georgos' Meaning Tiller of the Soil, or Farmer. Famous Bearer: St George, Patron Saint of England, Who Struggled With a Fire Breathing Dragon Symbolizing the Devil
Shakespearean: 'Henry Vi, Part ' George Bevis. 'King Henry the Sixth, Part Iii' George, Son of Richard Plantagenet and Afterwards Duke of Clarence. 'King Richard Iii', George, Duke of Clarence, Brother to Edward Iv

Similar Names

Georg | Georges | Georgi | Georgie | Georgii | Georgio | Gyorgy | Georgia |

Related Names

Augusta  (Latin)
Majestic, Grand. The Feminine Form of Augustus; Meaning Majestic Dignity or Venerable, Originally Given to Female Relatives of Roman Emperors. Famous Bearer: British King George Iii's Mother Was Named
Beau  (French)
Handsome. Famous Namesakes: British Dandy Beau Brummell, Aka George Bryan Brummell; French Foreign Legion Fictional Hero Beau Geste
Bevis  (Shakespearean)
'Henry Vi, Part ' George Bevis
Candida  (Latin)
Dazzling White. Bright, Glowing White. Derived from the Feminine of the Latin Adjective Meaning White. Famous Bearer: George Bernard Shaw's Play 'Candida'
Candy  (Latin)
Diminutive of Candida: Dazzling White. Bright, Glowing White. Derived from the Feminine of the Latin Adjective Meaning White. Famous Bearer: George Bernard Shaw's Play 'Candida'
Carolina  (Italian)
Variant of Caroline: Strong. an Italian Feminine Form of Charles. Famous Bearer: Th Century Caroline of Ansbach Was the German Wife of English King George Ii. Lady Caroline Lamb Had a Famous Liaison W
Caroline  (Italian)
Strong. an Italian Feminine Form of Charles. Famous Bearer: Th Century Caroline of Ansbach Was the German Wife of English King George Ii. Lady Caroline Lamb Had a Famous Liaison With Poet Lord Byron
Carolyn  (Italian)
Variant of Caroline: Strong. an Italian Feminine Form of Charles. Famous Bearer: Th Century Caroline of Ansbach Was the German Wife of English King George Ii. Lady Caroline Lamb Had a Famous Liaison W
Chattie  (French)
Diminutive of Charlotte: a Feminine Form of Charles, Meaning Man. Alternate Meaning, Tiny and Feminine. Famous Bearers: Princess Charlotte, Daughter of King George Iv; British Writer Charlotte Bronte
Clarence  (English)
From the Surname and Place Name Clare, Meaning Bright or Clear. Famous Bearers: George, Duke of Clarence, Brother of King Edward Iv and King Richard Iii, Who is Traditionally Believed to Have Drowned
Clarence  (Shakespearean)
'Henry Vi, Part ' George Bevis. 'King Henry the Sixth, Part Iii' George, Son of Richard Plantagenet and Afterwards Duke of Clarence. 'King Richard Iii', George, Duke of Clarence, Brother to Edward Iv
Deorsa  (Gaelic)
Farmer; Gaelic Form of George
Egor  (Russian)
Russian Form of George 'Farmer'
Eliza  (English)
My God is Bountiful. God of Plenty. A Diminutive of Elizabeth Frequently Used As an Independent Name. Famous Bearer: Eliza Doolittle, the Cockney Heroine of George Bernard Shaw's Play 'Pygmalion', fro
Georg  (German)
German Form of George
Georg  (Swedish)
Swedish Form of George 'Farmer'
Georgeanne  (Latin)
Variant of Georgia
Georges  (Greek)
Farmer
Georget  (Greek)
Farmer
Georgette  (French)
A French Feminine Form of the Greek George, Meaning Tiller of the Soil, or Farmer. Famous Bearer: British Romance Novelist Georgette Heyer
Georgette  (French)
Farmer
Georgette  (Greek)
Farmer
Georgia  (English)
A Feminine Form of the Greek George, Meaning Tiller of the Soil, or Farmer. Famous Bearer: the American State of Georgia, Named After British King George Ii
Georgia  (German)
Farmer. Feminine of George
Georgiana  (Greek)
A Feminine Form of the Greek George, Meaning Tiller of the Soil, or Farmer
Georgie  (English)
A Diminutive of George, Meaning Tiller of the Soil, or Farmer
Georgina  (Greek)
Husband, Domesticated, Unromantic, Practical;Fem. of George (Georgette, Georgia, Georgiana, Georgie, Georgey)
Georgina  (Latin)
Femenine Form of George
Georgina  (Greek)
A Feminine Form of the Greek George, Meaning Tiller of the Soil, or Farmer
Georgina  (English)
A Feminine Form of George (Farmer, Earth Worker). Short Form: Ina. (Jor-jee-nah)
Georgio  (Italian)
Italian Form of George 'Farmer'
Georgitte  (French)
Feminine Form of George
Giorgio  (Italian)
Italian Form of George 'Farmer'
Giorgio  (Italian)
From the Name George
Gloria  (Latin)
Glory. Famous Bearer: a Character in Playright George Bernard Shaw's 'You Never Can Tell', and American Actress Gloria Swanson
Goran  (Swedish)
Swedish Form of George 'Farmer'
Goran  (Scandinavian)
Farmer; Form of George
Gorin  (Swedish)
Swedish Form of George 'Farmer'
Gussie  (Latin)
Diminutive of Augusta: Majestic, Grand. The Feminine Form of Augustus; Meaning Majestic Dignity or Venerable, Originally Given to Female Relatives of Roman Emperors. Famous Bearer: British King George
Gusta  (Latin)
Diminutive of Augusta: Majestic, Grand. The Feminine Form of Augustus; Meaning Majestic Dignity or Venerable, Originally Given to Female Relatives of Roman Emperors. Famous Bearer: British King George
Jeirgif  (Russian)
Russian Form of George 'Farmer'
Jeny  (Polish)
Polish Form of George 'Farmer'
Joran  (Scandinavian)
Variant of George
Joren  (Scandinavian)
Variant of George
Jorey  (Scandinavian)
Variant of George
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