GEORGES
GENDER: Masculine
USAGE: French
PRONOUNCED: ZHORZH   [key]
Meaning & History
French form of GEORGE. This name was borne by the French artists Georges Seurat (1859-1891) and Georges Braque (1882-1963).
Related Names
FEMININE FORMS: Georgette, Georgine
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), Georg, Jørgen, Jørg, Jørn (Danish), Joeri, Joris, Jurgen, Jurriaan, Sjors (Dutch), George, Geordie, Georgie (English), Georgo (Esperanto), Georg (Estonian), Jyri, Jyrki, Yrjänä, Yrjö (Finnish), Joris (Frisian), Xurxo (Galician), Giorgi, Iuri (Georgian), Georg, Jörg (German), Georgios, Yiorgos, Yorgos (Greek), György, Gyuri (Hungarian), Geevarghese, Varghese (Indian), Seoirse (Irish), Giorgio, Gino, Giorgino (Italian), Georgijs, Georgs, Juris (Latvian), Jurgis (Lithuanian), Jürgen (Low German), Gjorgji, Gorgi (Macedonian), Jurian (Medieval German), Yrian (Medieval Scandinavian), Georg, Gøran, Jørgen, Ørjan, Jørg, Jørn (Norwegian), 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), Georg, Göran, Jörgen, Örjan, Jöran (Swedish), Yuri, Yuriy (Ukrainian), Siôr, Siors, Siorus (Welsh)
Popularity
France  -