GEORG
GENDER: Masculine
PRONOUNCED: GE-awrk (German)   [key]
Meaning & History
German form of GEORGE. This name was borne by the German idealist philosopher Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel (1770-1831).
Related Names
VARIANTS: Jürgen (Low German), Örjan (Swedish), Ørjan (Norwegian)
DIMINUTIVE: Jörg (German)
FEMININE FORM: Georgina (German)
OTHER LANGUAGES: Gjergj (Albanian), Georgios, Georgius (Ancient Greek), Gevorg, Kevork (Armenian), Gorka (Basque), Georgi (Bulgarian), Jordi (Catalan), Jory (Cornish), Đuro, Juraj, Đurađ, Jure, Jurica, Juro (Croatian), Jiří (Czech), Joeri, Joris, Jurgen, Jurriaan, Sjors (Dutch), George, Geordie, Georgie (English), Georgo (Esperanto), Jyri, Jyrki, Yrjänä, Yrjö (Finnish), Georges (French), Joris (Frisian), Xurxo (Galician), Giorgi, Iuri (Georgian), Georgios, Yiorgos, Yorgos (Greek), György, Gyuri (Hungarian), Geevarghese, Varghese (Indian), Seoirse (Irish), Giorgio, Gino, Giorgino (Italian), Georgijs, Georgs, Juris (Latvian), Jurgis (Lithuanian), Gjorgji, Gorgi (Macedonian), Jurian (Medieval German), Yrian (Medieval Scandinavian), Jerzy, Jurek (Polish), Jorge, Jorginho (Portuguese), Gheorghe, George (Romanian), Georgiy, Georgy, Yuri, Yuriy, Yegor (Russian), Deòrsa, Seòras (Scottish), Djordje, Djuro, Đorđe, Đuro, Djuradj, Đurađ (Serbian), Juraj (Slovak), Jurij, Jure, Jurica (Slovene), Jorge (Spanish), Yuri, Yuriy (Ukrainian), Siôr, Siors, Siorus (Welsh)