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I like this name. The spelling Jorja makes me want to cry.
Reminds me of the state.
Georgia is a ridiculous name, why not just name your child Jorja, like a normal person.

Georgia from Angus, Thongs and Perfect Snoggings is my favourite Jorja.
It's better suited for a masculine name.
Very ugly, at least pronounce it JAWR-jee-ə and not JAWR-jə! It sounds like it should be spelled Georga. It's a disgusting sounding name either way.
Pretty nice name.
I love Georgia for a name! I think it's beautiful and has a very sweet southern charm. Gorgeous :)
Very dated!
Love this name. I knew a girl called Georgia.
Georgia is also Polish. The name day for Georgia in Poland is February 15.
I love the name Georgia, I knew 1 girl named this and she was so kind.
I like it. It has some refined happiness in it.
My name is Savannah, named after the city Savannah, Georgia. I’m currently 8 months pregnant with our first and we are planning to name her Jorja. Of course I wanted to spell it Georgia to play off my name and to play the sing “Georgia On My Mind” to her but then thought Georgia looked too masculine and could easily be mistaken for Georgie and looked too much like George. I’m so torn on it but I still think even though the spelling is different the meaning to us is the same; still plays off my name, still can play the song for her, and it still is very classy and feminine.
Pretty.
GEORGIA is also the name of the country in the Caucasus region of Eurasia alongside Armenia, Azerbaijan and Russia.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Georgia_(country)

The term Caucasus is derived from Caucas (Georgian: კავკასოსი Kawḳasosi) the son of the Biblical Togarmah and legendary forefather of Nakh peoples. According to Leonti Mroveli, the XI century Georgian chronicler, the word Caucasian is derived from the Vainakh ancestor Kavkas. "The Vainakhs are the ancient natives of the Caucasus. It is noteworthy, that according to the genealogical table drawn up by Leonti Mroveli, the legendary forefather of the Vainakhs was "Kavkas", hence the name Kavkasians, one of the ethnicons met in the ancient Georgian written sources, signifying the ancestors of the Chechens and Ingush. As appears from the above, the Vainakhs, at least by name, are presented as the most "Caucasian" people of all the Caucasians (Caucasus - Kavkas - Kavkasians) in the Georgian historical tradition."
I know someone who pronounces this jor-GEE-uh.
It's also a country in Eurasia between Europe and Asia alongside Turkey, Armenia and Azerbaijan.
I have a granddaughter named Georgia. I have 9 grandchildren with 3 girls and it is my favourite name. For a nickname she's Gigi, which the family has shortened to Gig (pronounced jeej) and I still love it. She's 7 now and I think it's a fun girl's name but it will be an elegant woman's name.
Georgia is easily in my top 15 list of girls names. I absolutely love it.
In 2018, 63 is the most common age for an American (U.S.) Georgia who is registered female with the Social Security Administration. It is the 542nd most common female first name for living U.S. citizens.
Classy.
Gorgeous. Even sounds gorgeous.
Georgia and Georgina are both a bit too 'orangey' sounding.
Georgia Gilmore (1920-90, Afro-American midwife who was a prominent civil rights activist, based in Montgomery, Alabama.
Would be a nice name for a daughter, but any surname she'd have would probably make it sound more like a place, such as Georgia Field or Georgia West, for instance.
Hushpuppy, convenient that you pick geography related last names, I can give examples how Georgia doesn't have to sound like it's a map: Georgia Taylor, Georgia Darling, Georgia Collins and Georgia Swift. That doesn't sound like states, I think Georgia is a beautiful name and it sounds really sweet. It's a classic and it doesn't or shouldn't matter that it's becoming popular. All that matters is that you like it as a name.
It’s an okay name, personally I think names with nicknames are cute, and you can easily just call out one syllable to get their attention. I don’t like how the nickname would be Georgie.
Georgia May Ayeesha Jagger is an English fashion model. In 2008, Jagger signed with Independent Models, and is currently represented by TESS Model Management. She is a daughter of Mick Jagger and Jerry Hall She has modeled for Hudson Jeans, Chanel, H&M, Miu Miu, Versace and Vivienne Westwood. In 2009, she contracted with cosmetics company Rimmel. She appears in advertisements for the Thierry Mugler fragrance, Angel.
I LOVE the song from Ray Charles,"Georgia on my mind". Sounds very beautiful.
Georgia "George" Fayne is one of Nancy Drew's best friends.
My friend Georgia is very pleased by the fact that she has both a state and a font on Word 'named after her'!
Beautiful name! One of my favorite feminine variations of the name George. We have a sweet cousin by the name Georgia, so I have a good impression her name.
American actress Georgia Engel, who played Georgette Franklin in the sit-com "Rhoda".
My name is also Georgia. Being named after my father (george) makes me feel as though my name is that much more beautiful and special. Although where I live people usually replace the a with an e, and call me Georgie. It is very frustrating. I always hated having my beautiful name misspelled or incorrectly pronounced. Having it turned into a mockery of "Georgie" and the silly nursery rhyme would soon follow, was horrid.

I have a daughter named Georgiana Margaret Grace.
My name is Georgia and although mostly I find people have a generally good perception of the name, I've always found it overly common in people my age (I'm a 90s child) so I never found it special. I don't hate it as much as I did growing up though, because I've grown to like George, which is close. I don't like the Jorja spelling though, it's horrible and I've seen people spell my name that way (like in Starbucks) and it makes me cringe. Really, is it that difficult to learn how to spell a word that is also the name of a country and a state in America not to mention a group of islands? Also, I've suffered my whole life with people imagining there is an 'n' anywhere in my name thus calling me Georgina.
Georgia Tornow, born 1948, and her husband Ulrich Meyer, are German media celebrities. The fragrant yellow David Austen rose "Teasing Georgia" is named for her.
Georgia Frost (Born: July 30, 1990) is an English model.
Georgia is a character in Pokémon. She is the rival of Iris.
Georgia Lock, an English actress and presenter known for her role as Sadie in Sadie J and as herself in Friday Download.
I dislike the name Georgia. It's not very feminine sounding in my ears.
My daughter goes by Gigi to her siblings and George by her father and I. I must say I do not like the spelling Jorja! My daughter is actual Georgia Olivia.
Georgia is a great name. Especially if someone is having twin boy and girl. Then they'll be called George and Georgia. To answer one of the commentaters Questions... No this name isn't as popular in the U.S. This name also reminds me of the fruit. Georgia Peach.
I am 61 years old and my birth was registered in 1952 in Scotland. My father was told he couldn't register my name because no one in Glasgow had ever been called that before. My father insisted and named me Georgia. I don't really know if I was the first but would love to know.
I did feel a bit self conscience of my modern name when at school and couldn't imagine being old and having my name, but here I am nearly a pensioner and really like it and the meaning of Georgia is me to a T!
I don't know about Scotland but the online English censuses indicate that the first babies to be called Georgia were the daughters of Greek merchants based in the UK. These censuses sometimes give Georgia as the names of other girls but these have been misread - a look at the original image shows that their names were in fact Georgina.
This name is so cute! It's my favorite state name and my favorite feminine form of George =) it's a shame it's not used very often in the US anymore.
Georgia May Jagger, a model and a daughter of Mick Jagger, is a famous bearer.
I think this name is sweet, who cares if it's a state?
A fictional famous bearer is actress Georgia Lorrison, the character played by Lana Turner in the 1952 movie "The Bad and the Beautiful".
19th century writer Charlotte Mary Yonge in her "History of Christian Names" says on page 115 that although this name was used on the European Continent the first English baby given this name was a godchild of King James the First's consort Anne of Denmark - the baby was christened Georgia Anna.
This was the name of a medieval French saint -
Saint Georgia (died 500), a nun and hermitess near Clermont, Auvergne. Her feast day is 15 February.

http://catholicism.org/saint-georgia-georgette-sixth-century.html
Georgia (b. December 28, 2011) is the second daughter of American actors Rebecca Gayheart and Eric Dane.
It's the original of all the Georg- names for girls. I love all of them - even Georgette though don't like the other French one so much, Georgine.
They are all delectable.
Georgia is sunny, warm and rich.
I like it but prefer Georgina or Georgiana like Georgiana Duchess of Devonshire, a famous English duchess of Jane Austen period. Jane Austen had a character called Georgiana in Pride and Prejudice.
The country singer, Trisha Yearwood, has a song called "Georgia Rain".
Georgia is a really trendy name! It's stylish without being tacky.
I am completely bored with this name, due to the enormous amount of little Georgias I encounter.
Cute. :) It doesn't exactly roll of the tongue like Ella or Hannah, but it's still a nice name.
I really don't like this name. I live in Georgia so it just sounds stupid. I was born in Virginia and I don't like the name Virginia either. Hm.
Georgia is a male character in Cold Mountain played by Jack White who marries Renee Zellweger's character Ruby. At first, I thought it was weird that HE was named Georgia, but the movie has made it grown on me for a boy.
Georgia Nickelson is the main character in Angus, Thongs, and Full-frontal Snogging.
My least favorite girl form of George.
Lovely :) My sisters name. Definitely suits a smiley blonde.
I'm not fond of the sharp, squashy sound of Georgia, or how masculine it seems. I also shy away from using place names- I make exceptions, but I don't like state names in general. I'm definitely not planning on using this, but who knows? It's not that bad.
One of my personal faves :) I've always quite liked the name Georgia, because it reminds me of a warm summer day. And I actually absolutely adore the nickname Georgie. Call her Georgie when she's little, and then she can grow into the more mature sounding Georgia.
I personally like my name, it's classy in my opinion.
Georgia Brown (1933-92) was a famous British jazz singer, real name Lilian Klot.
I love this name for a girl, which is really odd considering that I don't like the name George for a boy. I just think this name is very beautiful and classy, and works well on a little girl and a grown women.
I like this name for a girl, it's very sweet and classic and pretty, but the Jorja spelling is awful. And I like the nickname Georgie for a girl.
Strong and gentle in one; subtly lush.
Georgia Lass is the main character on "Dead Like Me".
Really ugly name. Reminds me of an old lady.
Everytime I hear this name I think about the American state. I think other spellings as Jorja are better.
I found a girl on the internet named Georgia Stitt. I don't know if she's famous or not.
I wasn't a big of a fan of the name at first until I met a Georgia and she went by George for short. Now it has grown on me.
Classic and beautiful. Jorja is just sad.
This is my name, and I must say that I really love it. At first, when I was like, five to ten, I hated it, because it wasn't as "modern" as my friends' names (Ashley, Hannah, Taylor, etc.) but now I love it! It's very unique, and is a strong, mature name, as well as a fun, quirky one!
Georgia was used more from 1880 to 1940.
I think it's quite a plain name, I don't really like it that much, then again, I think George is plain too.
Forgive me, all you Georgias out there, but this name always reminds me of Stalin's country of birth.
This is my name and I love it. However, it used to be (decades ago -- I'm old) that everyone could spell it. Now I have to spell it out for people. It also used to be that everyone could pronounce it. Now I get Jorj-ee-ah as often as Jor-jah. I think my name is making a bit of a comeback and I'm glad to see it. Mick Jagger has a girl named Georgia.
I just love the name Georgia, it is a fun, pretty sounding name.
A famous bearer is Georgie Henley, who stars as Lucy Pevensie in 2005's "The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, The Witch, And The Wardrobe". Her full name is Georgia Laura Henley.
Georgia is a great name. I know of one who is in my son's kindergarten class and she is such a nice girl.
This is a beautiful, warm, sunny name!
This is actually a Greek name too - written in Greek script it is:
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I have found out a bit of information on Georgia. From the feminine form of George, meaning 'farmer'. She has the stength and insight to meet her high ideals. An emotional person and a natural leader. I am called Georgia and the strange fact is that most of that information is true.
This is the name of both a country in the former Soviet Union and a state of the southern USA.
I think this name is beautiful. It reminds me of someone close to my heart though she did spell it Jorja which I think is pretty too.
This is a beautiful name, one of my favourites. I dislike the spelling Jorja, though. Georgia and Jorja are in the Top 100 in Australia, Georgia is a popular name in England, too. I hope it won´t become too popular in the USA.

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