Georgian Submitted Names

Georgian names are used in the country of Georgia in central Eurasia.
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Submitted names are contributed by users of this website. The accuracy of these name definitions cannot be guaranteed.
PIKRIA f Georgian
Derived from ფიქრი (pikri) meaning "thinking, thought".
PILIMON m Georgian
Georgian form of Philemon.
PILIPE m Georgian
Georgian form of Philippos (see Philip).
PIMEN m Georgian (Rare), Polish (Archaic), Romanian (Rare), Russian (Rare), Serbian (Rare)
Georgian, Polish, Romanian, Russian and Serbian form of Poimen (see Poemen). Known bearers of this name include a Metropolitan of Moscow (14th century AD) and the 14th Patriarch of Moscow (20th century AD).
PIRAN m Persian, Georgian (Rare), Literature
Derived from the Persian adjective پیر (pir) meaning "old, aged, ancient" combined with the Persian suffix ان (-an).... [more]
PISTI f Georgian (Archaic)
Georgian form of Pistis.
PLATONI m Georgian (Rare)
Older Georgian form of the Greek name Platon (see Plato). This name is quite rare in Georgia nowadays, as Platon is now the dominant form in Georgia.
POLIKARPE m Georgian
Georgian form of Polykarpos (see Polycarp).
POMINISA f Georgian (Archaic)
Meaning unknown. This name was borne by the 17th-century Georgian noblewoman and poetess Pominisa Beridze, who was from the village of Dzimiti in the Georgian region of Guria. She is also known under the name ვომინიჯა (Vominija), because that is how she is mentioned in the documents of the Italian missionary Teramo Castelli (1597-1659), who lived in Georgia from 1632 to 1654.
PORPIRE m Georgian (Rare)
Georgian form of Porphyrios (see Porfirio).
PRASKOVIA f Georgian
Georgian form of Paraskeve. The everyday Georgian word პარასკევი (p'arask'evi or paraskevi) still means "Friday".
PROKLE m Georgian (Rare)
Georgian form of Proklos.
PROKOPI m Georgian, Russian
Georgian form of Prokopios. As for Russia, Prokopi is a variant transcription of Prokopiy there.
QAPLAN m Georgian (Archaic)
Derived from Old Turkic kaplan meaning "tiger" (also see Kaplan).
RAZHDEN m Georgian
The meaning of the first element of this compound name is uncertain. It may possibly have been derived from Middle Persian rōz meaning "day". As for the second element, that is derived from Middle Persian dēn meaning "religion"... [more]
REKHANI f Georgian
Georgian form of Reyhan.
REZO m Georgian
Short form of Revaz.
ROIN m Georgian
Derived from the Middle Persian (a.k.a. Pahlavi) adjective rōyēn meaning "brazen", which is ultimately derived from the Middle Persian noun rōy meaning "brass, copper". Known bearers of this name include Georgian historian Roin Metreveli (b... [more]
ROMANOZ m Georgian
Modern Georgian form of Romanos.
ROMANOZI m Georgian (Rare)
Georgian form of Romanos. This is an older form; the modern form is Romanoz.
SALI f Georgian
Diminutive of Salome.
SAMOEL m Georgian
Georgian form of Samuel.
SAMSONI m Georgian (Rare)
Older Georgian form of Samson. This name is barely in use nowadays. Its shorter form Samson is considered more modern and is thus more in use, but even that name is rare in Georgia.
SARDION m Georgian
Derived from Greek σάρδιον (sardion), which is the name that the ancient Greeks had for carnelian, a precious stone. It is not completely certain what the ancient Greeks had derived the name from... [more]
SARIDAN m Georgian (Archaic)
This is the name of a king in the 12th-century epic poem "The Knight in the Panther's Skin" written by Georgian poet Shota Rustaveli (1172-1216). Sources state that the name is of Persian origin, which is hardly surprising, given that virtually all characters in Rustaveli's poem bear names of Persian origin... [more]
SAULIA m Georgian (Archaic)
Archaic variant form of Savle.
SAURMAG m Georgian (Rare), History
Georgian form of the Scythian personal name Sawarmag, which literally means "black hand". It is derived from Scythian saw (or sau) meaning "black" combined with Scythian arma meaning "hand"... [more]
SAVLE m Georgian (Rare)
Georgian form of Sha'ul (see Saul).
SERAPION m Ancient Greek (Latinized), Georgian, Russian
Latinized form of Greek Σαραπίων (Sarapion), which was derived from the name of the Hellenistic-Egyptian god Serapis. This was the name of a saint who fought in the Third Crusade of 1196, a Mercedarian friar, later martyred... [more]
SERGO m Georgian
Variant form or pet form of Sergi, which is now more common in Georgia than Sergi is.
SESILI f Georgian, Greek
Georgian and Greek form of Cecilia.
SEVARION m Georgian
A rather uncommon Georgian masculine name, this name is probably a variant form of Severian (which is far more common in Georgia).
SEVERIAN m Bulgarian, English, Georgian, Russian, Ukrainian
Bulgarian, English, Russian and Ukrainian form of Severianus. This name is also used in Georgia, where it is a shorter form of Severiane, the older Georgian form of Severianus. Last but not least, this name has been borne by four saints.
SEVERIANE m Georgian (Rare)
Georgian form of Severianus. This is an older name and it is rare in Georgia nowadays; the shorter form Severian is more common there.
SEWARION m Georgian, German
Variant transcription of Sevarion. A known bearer is Sewarion Kirkitadse, a German lawyer and actor of Georgian descent.
SHADIMAN m Georgian
Georgian form of the Persian name Šādmān (also Shādmān), of which the first element is derived from Middle Persian šād (also shād) meaning "happy, joyful" or from Middle Persian šādīh (also shādīh) meaning "happiness, joy"... [more]
SHAKRO m Georgian
The name Shaqro means "sugar, sugary" in Georgian language. Even thought it's not often used nowadays, once it was a common name.
SHALIKO m Georgian
Diminutive of Shalva.
SHAVLEG m Georgian
Derived from the Georgian adjective შავი (shavi) meaning "black", which is ultimately of Iranian origin.
SHAVLEGO m Georgian
Variant of Shavleg. A known bearer of this name is the Georgian general Shavlego Tabatadze (b. 1977).
SHORENA f Georgian
Derived from Georgian შორს (shors) meaning "far away, far" (also compare Georgian შორეული (shoreuli), which also means "far"). It should also be noted that there are sources that claim that the name is derived from Parthian sura meaning "strong, powerful".
SHOTA m Georgian
Most likely derived from Persian شادی (šâdi) meaning "joy, happiness, rejoicing".
SILIBISTRO m Georgian (Rare)
Georgian form of Silvester via its hellenized form Silbestros.
SILOVAN m Georgian (Rare)
Georgian form of Silvanus via its hellenized form Silouanos. A known bearer of this name was the Georgian sculptor Silovan Kakabadze (1895-after 1947).
SIPORA f Georgian, Croatian (Rare)
Georgian and Croatian form of Zipporah.
SKHIVI f Georgian (Rare)
Derived from the Georgian noun სხივი (skhivi) meaning "beam, ray (of light)".
SOKRAT m Bosnian, Bulgarian, Croatian, Georgian, Russian, Serbian, Ukrainian, Abkhaz
Bosnian, Bulgarian, Croatian, Russian, Serbian and Ukrainian form of Socrates as well as the Georgian and Abkhaz form of Sokrate.
SOKRATE m Georgian
Georgian form of Sokrates (see Socrates).
SOPIA f Georgian
Georgian form of Sophia.
SOPO f Georgian
Diminutive of Sopio.
SOPROM m Georgian
Georgian form of Sophron or a variant form of Soproni.
SOPRONI m Georgian
Georgian form of Sophronios (see Sophronius).
SOSIPATRE m Georgian (Archaic)
Georgian form of Sosipatros. A known bearer of this name was the Georgian politician and diplomat Sosipatre Asatiani (1872-1971).
SPARTAKI m Georgian
Georgian form of Spartacus.
STALBERI m Soviet, Georgian (Rare)
Combination of Stalin and Beria, which were the surnames of the Soviet politicians Joseph Stalin (1878-1953) and Lavrentiy Beria (1899-1953). This name was created by Communist parents who were eager to reject traditional names.... [more]
STIVEN m Georgian
Georgian form of Stephen.
SULIKO m & f Georgian
Derived from the Georgian word suli (სული) meaning "soul". This is also the title of the 1895 poem "Suliko" by Georgian poet Akaki Tsereteli (1840-1915).
ŠUŠANIḲI f Georgian
Georgian form of Shushanik.
SVIMON m Medieval Georgian, Georgian (Rare)
Variant form of Svimoni. This name is still in use in Georgia today, but barely so. That is because the name Simon is the dominant form in Georgia nowadays, and it is quite common there as well.
TADEOZ m Georgian
Modern Georgian form of Thaddaios (see Thaddeus).
TADEOZI m Georgian (Rare)
Georgian form of Thaddaios (see Thaddeus). This is an older form; the modern form is Tadeoz.
TAISIA f Georgian (Rare), Romanian (Rare)
Georgian and Romanian form of Taisiya.
TAKO f Georgian
Derived from Armenian թագուհի (tʿaguhi) meaning "queen" (see Taguhi). It can also be used as a diminutive of Tamar or Tamara.
TAMILA f Russian, Georgian
Variant form of Tomila.
TAMRO f Georgian
Diminutive of Tamari.
TAMUNA f Georgian
This name is often a pet form of Tamar, but it can also be a name in its own right. In that case, it is derived from Arabic تأمين (ta'min) meaning "insurance", which itself is ultimately derived from Arabic أمن (amn) meaning "security, peace"... [more]
TANDILA m Georgian
Pet form of Avtandil.
TARASI m Georgian, Russian
Georgian form of Tarasios (see Taras). As for Russia, Tarasi is a variant transcription of Tarasiy there.
TATA f Georgian
Short for Tamari.
TATASH m Georgian (Rare)
Variant form of Dadash.
TATE m Georgian (Rare)
Short form of Estate.
TATIANA f Late Greek, Greek, Georgian
Derived from Attic Greek τάττω (tatto) meaning "to place in order, to arrange, to form". This name is not to be confused with the Latin name Tatiana.
TATO m Georgian
Probably a short form of Tatash, though it is also possible that it is a pet form of Estate. For example, just compare Tate, which is a short form of Estate.
TAZO m Georgian
Short form of Tamaz.
TEBRONIA f Georgian
Georgian form of Febronia.
TEKLE f Georgian
Variant form of Tekla.
TEONA f Georgian
Georgian form of Theona.
TEOZVA f Georgian
Georgian form of Theosebia.
TEVDORE m Georgian
Georgian form of Theodoros (see Theodore).
TEYMURAZ m Georgian
Variant transcription of Teimuraz.
THINATHINI f Georgian
Variant transcription of Tinatini.
TIMOTE m Georgian
Georgian form of Timotheos (see Timothy).
TINA f Georgian
Short form of Tinatin.
TITE m Georgian
Georgian form of Titus. A known bearer of this name was the Georgian philosopher and writer Tite Margvelashvili (1891-1946).
TITSIAN m Bulgarian, Georgian, Russian, Ukrainian
Bulgarian, Georgian, Russian and Ukrainian form of Titian. A known bearer of this name was the Georgian poet Titsian Tabidze (1895-1937).
TRDAT m Armenian, Georgian (Archaic)
Armenian form of Tiridata, which was also used in Georgia in older times.
TRIPON m Georgian
Georgian form of Tryphon.
TSETSILIA f Georgian (Rare)
Georgian form of Cecilia. A known bearer of this name was the Georgian actress Tsetsilia Tsutsunava (1892-1956).
TSIRA f Georgian
Means "daughter" in Mingrelian.
TSITSANA f Georgian (Rare)
Variant form of Tsisana.
TSITSIA f Georgian (Rare)
Variant form of Tsisia.
TSOTNE m Georgian
Either derived from Georgian ცოტა (tsota) meaning "a little, few" or from Georgian მცოდნე (mtsodne) meaning "able, adept".... [more]
VAJA m Georgian
Variant transcription of Vazha.
VAKHO m Georgian
Diminutive of Vakhtang.
VALERIANE m Georgian
Georgian form of Valerianus (see Valerian). This is an older name and it is fairly rare in Georgia nowadays; the shorter form Valerian is more common there. A known bearer of this name is Valeriane Gaprindashvili (b... [more]
VARAZ m Armenian (Rare), Georgian (Archaic)
Derived from Old Armenian վարազ (varaz) meaning "wild boar", which itself is ultimately derived from Middle Persian varāz or warāz "boar".
VARAZI m Georgian (Rare)
Variant form of Varaz. Unlike Varaz, this name is still in use in Georgia today, although it is very rare there; one is more likely to encounter the name as a surname, rather than a given name.
VARDEN m Georgian
Probably the Georgian form of the Armenian name Vardan. Vardan is also in use in Georgia, but Varden is more common. A known bearer of this name was Varden Tsulukidze (1865–1923), a Georgian military commander.
VARDIKO f & m Georgian
Pet form of Varden (masculine) and Vardo (feminine).
VAXṬANGI m Georgian
Etymology uncertain, but it may mean "wolf-bodied".
VILENI m Soviet, Georgian (Rare)
Georgian form of Vilen.
VLASI m Georgian
Georgian form of Blasios and/or Blasius (see Blaise). Also compare Vlasios.
XATIA f Georgian
Derived from Georgian ხატავს (xaṭavs) meaning "to paint".
ZEBEDE m Georgian (Archaic)
Georgian form of Zebedee.