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George Washington was not the first president of the United States; he was the second, but the first under the "modern" constitution. Under the "Articles of Confederation", John Hanson served as the actual first president.
-- doglover11990  1/7/2005
Other famous bearers of the name George are George Michael & Boy George.
-- cyndi  4/16/2005
"George" now carries ugliness for me with George W. Bush as the president. I'll never think of the name "George" again without contempt.
-- Anonymous User  4/27/2005
George is a short version of Georgeta. Georgeta to me is a name of beauty and should be pronounced geor-jet-a.
-- Anonymous User  5/24/2005
Former President George Bush, his son President George W Bush, and the character Georgina Kirrin in Enid Blyton's Famous Five books (who insists on being known as George) are famous bearers of this name.
-- reservoirdoll1987  6/1/2005
This was the name of Anne Boleyn's (wife of Henry XIII) brother.
-- AndrewJKD  6/8/2005
St. George ‘came’ to England as its patron from Germany, the patron of which he still is. Besides, the saint is the patron of Russia. He even appears on the country’s national symbol.

To add to the list of famous bearers:
George Zhukov - the great general who orchestrated the Soviet victory in World War II.
-- Flamer  8/3/2005
George Lucas, film maker, creator of Star Wars and Indiana Jones.
-- dotty  8/4/2005
Two other famous Georges include George Orwell (who wrote "1984" and "Animal Farm) and St. George (who famously slew a dragon).
-- alexshmalex  8/11/2005
I personally think that it is a beautiful name and it reminds me of the Beatle George Harrison who was wonderfully talented.
-- stuckonstupid  8/15/2005
To add on the "Famous Bearer" list: German royal George Frederick Von Whittenmeyer (better known as "Frederick"), born about 1749 in Stuttgard, Wuttenberg, Baden, Germany. Christened 29 of October 1769. He came to America in the mid 20's, registered as Frederick Whitmire and fought in the Revolutionary War 1775-1783. He settled in South Carolina with his family (passed away 23/6/1829).
-- Anonymous User  9/20/2005
The most famous bearer of the name has to be George from Rainbow. I can't find Zippy or Bungle on this website so their names must be made up.
-- groucho  11/1/2005
Famous poet George Gordon, Lord Byron.
-- ars musica  12/3/2005
George W. Bush is the president of the United States, and TOTALLY AWESOME (no offense to the people that disagree). George Washington and George Orwell are other examples.
-- Katia101  12/18/2005
George Washington Carver was a wonderful scientist and inventor. George, a girl, is one of Nancy Drew's friends in the book series.
-- breakofday  12/22/2005
His Royal Highness, The Prince Charles, Prince of Wales (Charles Philip Arthur George Mountbatten-Windsor) has expressed his will to reign as George VII when he becomes King of Canada instead of Charles III.
-- ctjj.stevenson  1/14/2006
George makes me think of an old grandad. It's hard to imagine a little boy having this name, but you're not born as an adult.
-- Dogsy  1/19/2006
In the British TV sitcom "George and Mildred", George is Mildred's lazy husband.
-- alberto  1/29/2006
A famous bearer is George Armstrong Custer (1839-1876).
-- Anonymous User  2/15/2006
George is the name of one of the main characters on the sitcom "Seinfeld". Also Curious George, everyone's favorite monkey.
-- Dinuriel  2/21/2006
Way too old fashioned for me. I just don't see the beauty in it.
-- Anonymous User  3/6/2006
It reminds me of 'GEORGE OF THE JUNGLE' or Peter Pan - George Darling. Personally, I don't like it that much, it's either too cliche or overused!
-- Anonymous User  3/8/2006
Famous bearer is George Clooney, an Academy Award-winning American actor.
-- Anonymous User  3/25/2006
I have never really liked the name George but I do like Georgia for girl.
-- Anonymous User  4/30/2006
I see this as an old fashioned name that isn't used much these days. In high school there was only one guy in a school of 1300 who had this name. At work now there is one guy my age named George and it just doesn't fit him. This is a name for someone of older generations.
-- Missy  5/22/2006
Comedian George Carlin is a famous bearer.
-- Mithos514  6/23/2006
George Roger Waters was the real name of Roger Waters of Pink floyd.
-- pink_floyd_fan  7/23/2006
This name sounds much prettier and just rolls off the tongue in French.
-- indigopearl  8/1/2006
George Jones is a country music legend. The winner of several Grammy awards entered The Country Music Hall Of Fame in 1970. His probably greatest hit "He stopped loving her today" was voted Song Of The Year numerous times, finally reaching the status of All Time Country Song in 1992.
-- audreyhubley  8/5/2006
I'm surprised that people fail to mention that George is also the name of one of the twins in Harry Potter! I love Fred and George Weasley, and I'm glad to bring him up! The name George is old-fashioned, but I like old-fashioned names.
-- stormy_lovegood  8/8/2006
I have a soft spot for this name, even though it sounds like it would belong to a wrinkly old man, I just like it. It is the name of my sister's cat too and it really suits him.
-- corrielover  8/10/2006
George McFly from the "Back to the Future" movies. :)
-- trayc53  8/22/2006
Hah, I can't really say much about this name. Just makes me think of George W., which gets me really, really annoyed.
-- Virjill  9/10/2006
I really do not think this is the place to express your view on politics. The name itself is brilliant and this IS a name site.
-- stuckonstupid  10/6/2006
The country singers George Jones and George Strait.
-- Lyric  10/19/2006
No matter how many good Georges are out there, I'll think of Shrub and go really violent.
-- annemm  10/22/2006
George was the baseball star Babe Ruth's first name.
-- libbygirl  10/23/2006
Guys, this name means farmer, if you want your kid to go far in life, name him after a name that has a good meaning like a King or something, not a farmer, it's so odd.
-- Anonymous User  10/25/2006
So you don't think farmers are important, is that it? Farmers amount to nothing is what you're saying?

But beyond that, I hate this name - even though I prefer George Weasley to Fred. It's just too boring for me.
-- Emmasj  11/2/2006
Is there anything wrong with being a farmer? It's one of the world's oldest and most important occupations! What do kings do except sit on their bums!? I'm a worker (not farmer, though) child and proud of that! It would be worse to name your child something that meant "headman". I don't like this name because of Mr. Bush, not because it means "farmer".
-- Caprice  11/7/2006
A famous bearer of this name is George Ryan Ross, more commonly known simply as Ryan Ross. He is the guitarist and lyricist for the indie/pop rock/electronica band Panic! At The Disco.
-- Lena Is A Secret  11/26/2006
It's no good to me since it reminds me of the American President Bush, the biggest bully on earth.
-- Anonymous User  1/27/2007
Famous bearer: Confederate general George Pickett, lead the infamous "Pickett's Charge" at Gettysburg.
-- johnnyreb  2/1/2007
The character George Milton is from John Steinbeck's Of Mice and Men.
-- Elphaba  2/2/2007
As Elphaba mentioned, George Milton is the name of the tragic character in John Steinbeck's Of Mice and Men. In this novel, George and his slightly retarded friend, Lennie Small, move from job to job with the dream of someday owning a ranch. He's rational, quick, and fiercely loyal to Lennie, even though Lennie is a bit of a burden to him.
-- Athena Nike  2/28/2010
While everyone thinks of ol' Bushy, I think of the great George Washington.
-- 7up  2/8/2007
It's ridiculous to cut a name entirely based on your opinion of one person who bears it. And whoever above said this is not the place to dicuss your politics is absotlutely right! I don't come hear to read how much anyone loves or hates our current President. Take it somewhere else, please.

That said, I also agree with the person who can't picture a little boy named George. It's a good, strong, traditional name. But I can't see calling a baby George. Still it would make a lovely middle name.
-- Annabeau  2/18/2007
I adore the name George. I should - I named my son George. Baby George (as we call him) is gorgeous with red hair, peachy skin and blue eyes and he is the light of my life. George Harrison was a hunk too.
-- Caitie Berrylips  3/6/2007
George Jung was the man who sold 98% of the cocaine that came through America in the late 70's and late 80's. Johnny Depp played him in the movie Blow.
-- poncho264  3/23/2007
George Ivan Morrison (better known as Van Morrison) the Irish singer, songwriter and musician.
-- Anonymous User  5/30/2007
George Coşbuc (September 20, 1866 - May 9, 1918) was a Romanian poet, translator, teacher, and journalist. He is best remembered for his verses describing, praising and eulogizing rural life.
-- Anonymous User  6/1/2007
Personally, I don't like it. But it's not that bad. It has a really cool definition! Plus, there is always the comedian George Lopez!
-- Anonymous User  6/6/2007
King George III, sometimes called Fat George, was King of England when the American colonies declared independance.

George Seraut was a French painter, his most famous piece being A Sunday Afternoon on la Grande Jette.
-- Spider from Mars  6/11/2007
George Enescu (1881 - 1955) was a Romanian composer, violinist, pianist, conductor and teacher, preeminent Romanian musician of the 20th century, and one of the greatest performers of his time.
-- Anonymous User  7/1/2007
In Romanian it is pronounced /'ʤěor.ʤe/ according to IPA and I think is close to JOR-je in the BtN pronunciation key.
-- Anonymous User  7/1/2007
"George" is the main female character on the Showtime series "Dead Like Me" played by Ellen Muth. I think it makes a better feminine name than masculine. Sounds fresh and interesting as a girl's name, old and gray as a masculine.
-- Keeper76  8/14/2007
Famous Bearers:

~George Costanza on Seinfeld.
~Georges Seurat, a famous french painter. His paintings were the subject of Sondheim's Sunday in the Park with George.
~George Sand, a female author in 1830's England. Her real name was Aurora, but George was her pen name. Her relationship with Chopin is documented in the movie Impromptu.
-- popular1  9/1/2007
George O'Mally is a character in the brill tv show Greys Anatomy (and I love the name).
-- xxlaurasxx  9/24/2007
A famous bearer was George Gershwin, the composer of the 1924 classical song Rhapsody in Blue.
-- Jesus_Freak  10/14/2007
George Knightley, in Jane Austen's Emma, is a famous bearer of this name.
-- Wunderkind_Princess  10/22/2007
I like this name, it's a classic. The only issue I have with it is I really couldn't see it on a little kid. I would definitely use it as a middle name though.
-- thebyrd  11/27/2007
Earth worker is more likely "miner" or "geologist" or "geographer" than "farmer". In fact, farming has relatively little to do with earth work. I also believe the "Geordie" name of Tyneside (tin miners) of Newcastle on Tyne, NE England derive from this meaning.
-- helium  12/26/2007
A famous bearer is George Harrison, the youngest of the Beatles (born 1943). He wrote such of their songs as "Something" and "While My Guitar Gently Weeps," and later went on to have a reasonably successful solo career before dying of brain cancer in 2001.

Beyond that, I adore Harrison, and if it weren't for President George W. Bush having this name, I'd probably love it.
-- maxwelledison  12/28/2007
Why's everyone getting so upset about farmers? It doesn't even mean farmer, it means earthworker. That can be translated as farmer, but for all you know it means potter! Clay is earth, you know.
-- flamestar  12/29/2007
On the show "Arrested Development" there are three Georges, George Bluth Sr., George Oscar "G.O.B." Bluth, and George Michael Bluth.
-- pandasayscynical  2/2/2008
George Lopez, Mexican-American comedian with his self-titled sitcom "George Lopez."
-- jasmineenimsaj  3/1/2008
I love the name! I could imagine a little boy named George just fine. Yes, some people are turned off to this name because of George Bush, however; once he is out of office the hatred levels will calm down and in ten or so years people will not think about him so much. So I say go ahead and use it. George is very strong and traditional but at the same time off beat, unexpected, and way underused on young children.
-- Ursa_Minor  3/10/2008
George Harrison and George Weasley: two awesome people (one fictional, obviously) with this name. Cancels out the negativity of the current president in my opinion. Also the name of several brilliant writers. A good name.
-- Anonymous User  3/21/2008
I used to think this name was so plain and boring. But then I read George Orwell's "1984". My opinion of name changed literally overnight. I LOVE IT! Also Harrison being my favorite Beatle, I certainly have good associations with the name!
-- spaz123  3/23/2008
I like the sound of it as a girl's name.
-- beha  4/11/2008
This name is okay. It has a nice sound but I like the female version Georgia better. I also don't like any of the nicknames. My friend told me I look like a George.
-- Anonymous User  4/13/2008
I have never liked the sound of this name with the two ''jee'' sounds, or however it's supposed to be spelled. Besides, I've grown to associate this name with rather unlikeable people.
-- slight night shiver  4/23/2008
I think that George is a nice, basic name. It's nothing particularly amazing or cool-sounding, but it's a name that one could easily go through life with.
-- Pippin  6/6/2008
It's nice, but I always think of our evil president, soon to be ex-president.
-- bananarama  8/8/2008
Famous bearer: Actor George Hearn, most famous for his portrayal of Sweeney in the musical Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street.
-- Anonymous User  8/18/2008
I think someone said it before, but I can imagine this name on a little boy, too. XD Only reason I ever disliked this name was of George Bush.
-- CanadianChibi  11/20/2008
To me this name sounds more comedic than serious (best on a funny guy, I mean). It reminds me of the abominable snowman in old bugs bunny cartoons, who would pick anyone up and squeeze them saying "I will call him George, and I will pet him and hold him and love him etc." Lol!
-- not_another_Jessica  12/7/2008
George Atzerodt (1835-1865) was a conspirator on the night of President Abraham Lincoln's assassination. He was an associate of John Wilkes Booth, who assigned him to kill Lincoln's Vice President Andrew Johnson. He was staying at the same hotel as Johnson. On the assassination night, Atzerodt chickened out and got drunk instead. The bartender was suspicious of him and called the police. He was found guilty and hanged along three other conspirators on July 7, 1865.
-- rory  1/18/2009
It's a shame that everybody seams to associate this name with George Bush these days. It always makes me think of George Harrison and his song 'Here comes the Sun' which always makes me smile. I would like to use the name George because I think it's a classic strong name but I'm Dutch and it sounds it little too English. And of course, people will immediately think I'm a Bush supporter.
-- renee06  1/30/2009
Famous Marshal of the Soviet Union Georgi Zhukov also bore this name.
-- Tiger59  3/7/2009
I have a great friend name George. I call him Jorge (pronounced HOR-hay), George in Spanish because he is half Spanish. I totally agree with some comments above, I can only see this name on a funny guy.

And chill out with the association to George W. Bush, he's not even President anymore. So you can all sit back and relax.
-- Anonymous User  4/13/2009
George Takei played Hikaru Sulu, the Japanese helmsman aboard the USS Enterprise in the original Star Trek series.
-- gorgen_kally  5/26/2009
Hikaru Sulu isn't Japanese. He was born in San Francisco, and his ethnicity hasn't been verified beyond Asian.
-- nenmo  3/30/2010
There's something beautifully classic about the name George. Without a doubt, it's one of my favourites. The pronunciation is lovely, and it looks great written down. And of course as some other people mention, George Harrison gives this name positive connotations. It doesn't immediately make me think of Bush.
-- Golden Phoenix  7/10/2009
You mention that Saint George is the patron saint of England, Portugal and Catalonia, but he is also the patron saint of Roumania (and maybe others).
-- wheaters  8/25/2009
I'm also a George, to my dismay. It's a nice enough name in its own right, but most people I know agree that it doesn't fit me. "George" seems to be a very physical name, more like something an artist or laborer might have. Foreign variants like Jorge or Giorgio aren't like that as much, but simply "George" is a blunt, solid, heavy name, particularly with respect to rural areas. Definitely falling out of modern use, from what I can tell.
-- Anonymous User  11/16/2009
The Saint George legend predates Christianity by thousands of years and is traceable to an ancient Hurrian hero who killed a monster. It also derives from the Greek myth of Perseus and Andromeda. Interestingly, the ancient Hurrians lived in the Caucusus area where the modern country of Georgia is. I'm not sure if that country's name derives from the name 'George' as they themselves have a totally different name for their country.
-- Anton  3/10/2010
I didn't use to like this name, but it's starting to grow on me now - maybe because George W. Bush has gone!
-- SandSea  3/12/2010
George feels like a mature name, and yet it would perfectly suit a man or boy of any age.
-- BeepBeepYeah  3/13/2010
A famous bearer of the name George was George Mallory, the first man to ever attempt an assault on Everest. Many believe that he did in fact make it to the summit, but it is unknown to this day, due to the fact that both he and his climbing partner perished, along with their camera.

To add my personal opinion, I know one teenager named George, and it fits him very well. He's moderately attractive, smart, sweet, and musical. We like to call him Peter Pan, since his first and last name are right out of Peter Pan.
-- TwilighterRenthead  4/18/2010
I wouldn't let myself like this name while Dubya was in office, but now that he's gone, it's growing on me. It's really a very classic, manly name. I think it sounds strong, but warm, and that a little Georgie or Geordie would be adorable.
-- iolite  4/21/2010
George Banks was a mass murderer who gunned 13 people (including his girlfriend and 5 of his children) in Pennsylvania and 1982. His actions caused a death sentence, but he was declared incompetent for death in May 2010.
-- AndrewJKD  7/3/2010
Yes the name does mean Farmer, which I think is a very humble/hard job, and my Father just happens to have been one all his life! I intend on naming the child I'm pregnant with after him. He is a hard working, loving, patient, kind man and I can think of no one better to name my child after!
-- asmitty  8/12/2010
George is a wonderful name, but it sounds a little... I dunno, harsh on a young boy. Still great though.
-- Chrila96  9/2/2010
George Michael from Wham! is a famous bearer of this name.
-- Anonymous User  10/28/2010
I really like the name George even though it's very popular here in Britain.
It's a classic name that will never go out of fashion.
-- Anonymous User  10/29/2010
I don't see the positivity/beauty in calling one's child earth worker - how did this become a name I wonder. It is more fitting to be a surname.
-- Anonymous user  1/18/2011
South Africans of Greek descent often use the name George.
-- Anneza  2/2/2011
George Herbert Walker Bush and George Walker Bush... oh why did you leave us with Obama? Strong, respectable name (unlike "Barrack Hussein" or whatever).
-- Anonymous User  6/3/2011
George was the oldest son of Arthur and Sylvia Llewelyn Davies, two close friends of J.M. Barrie, author of Peter Pan. Contrary to what that piece of crap film Finding Neverland would have you believe, George and his younger brother Michael were Barrie's favorites of the five Davies boys, and his greatest inspirations, despite Barrie's play's titular character's name being Peter Pan. George is reportedly responsible for uttering Peter Pan's famous line, "To die will be an awfully big adventure."

On another note, the meaning "earth worker" makes me think that whomever is called George is an earth bender (like from Avatar: The Last Airbender).
-- thefancyapple  6/29/2011
George Copeland Ault (October 11, 1891 – December 30, 1948) was an American painter.
-- Anonymous User  8/31/2011
George Grey Barnard (May 24, 1863 – April 24, 1938) was an American sculptor.
-- Anonymous User  9/6/2011
George Barret (1732-1784) was an Irish landscape painter in oils and watercolour. He had four children: George, James, Joseph and Mary.
-- Anonymous User  9/7/2011
George Baxter (1804-1867) was an English engraver and painter.
-- Anonymous User  9/8/2011
Sir George Howland Beaumont, 7th Baronet (6 November 1753–7 February 1827) was a British art patron and amateur painter.
-- Anonymous User  9/9/2011
George Wesley Bellows (1882-1925) was an American painter and lithographer.
-- Anonymous User  9/11/2011
"George" is a very classic yet incredibly contemporary name. It loses none of its charm as it ages, and is highly suitable for young boys of upcoming generations. I find it to be a name that is timeless, oh so fantastically timeless. "George" holds character, it holds maturity, adventure, feistiness, respect... it is a one-of-a-kind gem. There is also not a stereotype that silently suggests it be better suited to one person than another.
I certainly would never rule-out the usage (be it for dubbing a human child or an animal).
-- Francesca  9/11/2011
George Caleb Bingham (1811-1879) was an American painter.
-- Anonymous User  9/18/2011
George Hendrik Breitner (1857-1923) was a Dutch painter and photograper who trained in The Hague where he became a friend of van Gogh, whom he encouraged.
-- Anonymous User  10/12/2011
George Catlin (1796-1872) was an American painter and writer.
-- Anonymous User  10/18/2011
George Cattermole (1800-1868) was an English watercolour painter and book illustrator.
-- Anonymous User  10/18/2011
George Chinnery (1774-1852) was an English painter active in the Eastern world.
-- Anonymous User  12/6/2011
George Bailey played by Jimmy Stewart from It's a Wonderful Life!
-- Liesl  12/14/2011
Sir George Clausen (1852-1944) was a British painter.
-- Anonymous User  1/31/2012
George Villiers, Duke of Buckingham, 17th century favourite of Kings James I and Charles I of England

George Rodney, 18th century English admiral

George Romney, 18th century English portrait painter

George Alagiah, a current British newsreader
-- Anonymous User  2/15/2012
Strong, classic boys name.
-- Amanda_M87  2/25/2012
George R.R. Martin, author of "A Song of Ice and Fire", is a famous bearer.
-- goricar  4/23/2012
George Orwell - although his real name was Eric Arthur Blair.
-- Anonymous User  5/26/2012
My father's name is George. It suits him pretty well, I suppose. I like this name very much, despite people's demonization of the name due to George W. Bush (as if he's the only person with the name). What's ironic is that George is actually more popular in the UK than in the US. Wonder why?
-- Bonquiqui  6/1/2012
George was the youngest son of King Edward IV of England and his wife Elizabeth Woodville. He died young.
-- CarolinW  6/10/2012
George (1762-1830) was the oldest son of King George III of the UK and his wife Charlotte. He later became King George IV.
-- CarolinW  6/11/2012
George was the second son of King Edward VII of the UK and his wife Alexandra of Denmark. After the early death of his older brother Albert, he became King George V.
-- CarolinW  6/11/2012
George (1902-1942) was the son of King George V of Great Britain and his wife Mary of Teck. He was the younger brother of King George VI and the uncle of current Queen Elizabeth II.
-- CarolinW  6/18/2012
George (1717-1718) was the son of King George II of Great Britain and his wife Caroline.
-- CarolinW  6/18/2012
George (1692-1692) was the youngest child of Queen Anne of Great Britain and her husband Prince George of Denmark.
-- CarolinW  6/18/2012
George Watsky, a poet and lyrical rapper, is another associated contemporary.
-- KGScully  8/14/2012
Derives from Greek name: ΓΕΩΡΓΙΟΣ < ΓΕΑ = Earth.
Meaning: belongs to the earth.
Other words in relation to ΓΕΑ¨: Geography, Geology, etc.
-- georgev1112  8/26/2012
What?! Have you people never heard of GEORGE BURNS?!
-- Ruta Graveolens  8/31/2012
Originally, Giorgi (George) is an ancient Georgian name that means "wolf" (also in persian "gorg" means "wolf") and came from pagan religion of Tetri Giorgi (white wolf - protector of hunters). Religion of wolf was one of the most ancient religions in Europe. Tetri Giorgi`s image also was a man with a hammer (just like Thor or Tyr in Scandinavian religions). When the first greeks (argonauts) came to the ancient georgian kingdom Kolkheti (Kolkhida), they were impressed about georgian knowledge of agriculture, and the name Giorgi was very popular just like now in Georgia, so they call them "georgious" that means - earth worker.
About St. George: In the time of Byzantium, Greek christians (controlled by jews) start to spread Christianity to the North. They knew about Tetri Giorgi, so they used this to make a new fairy tale, about St. George to easily integrate Christianity in pagan Georgia.

P.S.: If you want to see the truth - look with your own eyes.
-- Anubis7  10/8/2012
My father's given name was very, VERY off the wall. I won't mention it here because he dislikes it so. Anyway, he changed it to George. (It seems like every man who dislikes his name changes it to 'George.') It's a classic standby that's stood the test of time. I like it a lot.
-- Ruta Graveolens  10/26/2012
It would be so cute to meet a baby named George!
-- Anonymous User  1/19/2013
Another famous bearer of this name would be George Harrison (1943-2001) A British musician known mainly for his work in the world famous band, the Beatles. However, he was successful in working in another post-Beatles band, The Traveling Wilburys. George was also a leader in the popularization of the sitar in pop music and helped encourage Eastern religious practices, namely meditation.
-- AnnRutledge  3/17/2013
Personally, I think this name is adorable. It would be very refreshing to hear on a little boy amongst all these horrible modern names people are coming up with. George might sound a little "old man"-ish, but not in a dated way like Melvin or Delbert. I'm happy to see how popular this name is in the UK, seems like their top 10 is a lot better than ours!
-- Anonymous User  5/22/2013
George Stroumboulopoulos is a Canadian television and radio personality, host of George Stroumboulopoulos Tonight on CBC.
-- Hola123  6/17/2013
George Foreman- retired American professional boxer, former two-time World Heavyweight Champion, Olympic gold medalist, ordained Baptist minister, author, and entrepreneur. His 5 sons are George Jr., George III ("Monk"), George IV ("Big Wheel"), George V ("Red"), and George VI("Little Joey"), and one of his daughters is named Georgetta. Foreman has promoted the popular George Foreman grill.
-- Tiger Lilly  6/17/2013
Prince George Alexander Louis of Cambridge, son of Prince William, Duke of Cambridge, and Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, is a famous bearer. He is third in line to succeed his great-grandmother, Elizabeth II, to the throne of the Commonwealth realms, following his grandfather Charles and father William.
-- Erme Ioainna  7/24/2013
I think George is a great name. It was my grandfather's name and what we called our pet rooster when I was a kid (after my grandfather). Now the new prince is a George, I bet my grandfather would have been stoked if he was still alive.
-- Almonds  7/25/2013
I guarantee there will be a big jump in popularity for George when this year's top 1000 comes out. The name certainly needed a boost, as its now becoming very underused despite its historic popularity. The name is already very popular in England, but I have a feeling it will be back in the top 10 after a year of absence.
-- Anonymous User  8/2/2013
I'm glad to see that this name will be making a comeback, thanks to the new British prince! George is a classic and classy name, with many, many famous bearers... I can think of two of my favorite musicians, George Harrison and George Strait.
-- Zinha  8/8/2013
I like the name, and people should certainly not hate people that are called that name because it reminds them of our former president. And I disagree with the people that say it does not suit children, Becuase that does not matter because children grow up, so don't just think of how the name suits a little kid because that kid will grow up at some point. George is awesome as a name for all ages... enough said.
-- Anonymous User  8/17/2013
I am an obsessive George Harrison fan- he was such an amazing human being. Because of that, I adore this name, and vow to name my first son George. It is honest, solid and traditional :) I love it.

This name is actually currently very popular in the UK; there tends to be a few Georges in each year group. I think it is a name which suits a baby, a little boy, a teenager, a young man and an old man- timeless.
-- Anonymous User  2/17/2014

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