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Gender Masculine
Usage Norwegian

Meaning & History

Medieval Norwegian form of GEORGE.
VariantØrjan
Other Languages & CulturesGjergj(Albanian) Georgios, Georgius(Ancient Greek) Gevorg, Kevork(Armenian) Gorka(Basque) Georgi(Bulgarian) Jordi(Catalan) Jory(Cornish) Đuro, Juraj, Đurađ(Croatian) Jiří(Czech) Georg, Jørgen, Jørg, Jørn(Danish) Joeri, Joris, Jurgen, Jurriaan, Sjors(Dutch) George, Geordie, Georgie(English) Georgo(Esperanto) Georg(Estonian) Jyri, Yrjänä, Jyrki, Yrjö(Finnish) Georges(French) Joris(Frisian) Xurxo(Galician) Giorgi, Iuri, Goga, Gogi(Georgian) Georg, Jockel, Jörg(German) Georgios, Giorgos, Yiorgos, Yorgos(Greek) György, Gyuri(Hungarian) Georg(Icelandic) Seoirse(Irish) Giorgio, Gino, Giorgino(Italian) Georgijs, Georgs, Juris(Latvian) Jurgis(Lithuanian) Jürgen(Low German) Gjorgji, Gorgi(Macedonian) Geevarghese, Varghese(Malayalam) Jurian(Medieval Low German) Yrian(Medieval Scandinavian) Jerzy, Jurek(Polish) Jorge, Jorginho(Portuguese) Gheorghe, George, Ghiță(Romanian) Georgiy, Georgy, Yuri, Yuriy(Russian) Deòrsa, Seòras(Scottish) Djordje, Djuro, Đorđe, Đuro, Djuradj, Đurađ(Serbian) Juraj(Slovak) Jurij, Jure, Jurica(Slovene) Jurij(Sorbian) Jorge(Spanish) Georg, Göran, Jörgen, Örjan, Jöran(Swedish) Yuri, Yuriy(Ukrainian) Siôr, Siors, Siorus(Welsh)
Same SpellingGöran, Goran
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