Names Throughout the Ages

Georgiana is the feminine form of George, the English form of Greek Georgios, which means “farmer, earthworker” from georgos made up from Greek elements ge (earth) and ergon (work).

Nicknames: Georgie, Gia, Giana, George, Anna

Origin: Ancient Greek, Proto-Indo-European



  • Georgianna (English)
  • Georgeanna (English)
  • Georgia (English, Greek)
  • Georgina (English, Dutch, German, Spanish)
  • Georgine (English)
  • Georgene (English)
  • Georgette (French)
  • Georgine (French)
  • Georgelle (English)
  • Jorja (English)
  • Gergana (Bulgarian)
  • Đurađa (Serbian, Croatian)
  • Djuradja (Serbian)
  • Đurđa (Croatian)
  • Đurđica (Croatian)
  • Jiřina (Czech)
  • Györgyi (Hungarian)
  • Giorgia (Italian)
  • Giorgina (Italian)
  • Georgeta (Romanian)

Male forms:

  • George (English, Romanian)
  • Georgios (Ancient Greek, Greek)
  • Georgius (Latinized Greek)
  • Giorgos (Modern Greek)
  • Yiorgos (Greek)
  • Yorgos (Greek)
  • Gjergj (Albanian)
  • Gevorg (Armenian)
  • Kevork (Armenian)
  • Gorka (Basque)
  • Georgi (Bulgarian)
  • Jordi (Catalan)
  • Jory (Cornish)
  • Đuro (Croatian, Serbian)
  • Juraj (Croatian, Slovak)
  • Đurađ (Serbian, Croatian)
  • Jure (Slovene, Croatian)
  • Juro (Croatian)
  • Jiří (Czech)
  • Georg (Danish, German, Swedish, Norwegian, Icelandic, Estonian)
  • Jørgen (Danish, Norwegian)
  • Joeri…

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