Georgian Submitted Names

Georgian names are used in the country of Georgia in central Eurasia.
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ABA m Hungarian (Rare), Georgian (Rare)
Georgian and Hungarian form of Abba, meaning "father".
ABDIA m Georgian (Rare)
Georgian form of Obadiah via its latinized form Abdias.
ABESALOM m Georgian
Georgian form of 'Avshalom (see Absalom) via its hellenized form Abessalom.
ABO m Georgian
No longer in use.
ABRAAMI m Georgian (Archaic)
Archaic Georgian form of Abraham. A more modern form is Abraam, but that name is (also) quite rare. The form most often used in Georgia today is Abram, which in some cases can also be the Georgian form of Abram ("high father")... [more]
ADAMI m Greenlandic, Georgian
Greenlandic and Older Georgian form of Adam.
ADARNASE m Georgian (Archaic), History
Georgian form of Adurnarseh, probably via its hellenized form Adarnases. This name was borne by a medieval king of Abkhazia and by several princes of Iberia and Tao-Klarjeti (also in medieval times).
ADRIANE m Georgian
Georgian form of Hadrianus (see Hadrian).
AGHAPI m Georgian (Archaic)
Georgian form of Agapios.
AGHATI f Georgian (Rare)
Georgian form of Agathe (see Agatha).
AGRIPINA f Georgian (Rare), Spanish, Romanian
Georgian and Spanish form of Agrippina.
AISHE f Georgian (Rare), Romani
Georgian and Romani (= Gypsy) form of 'Aisha.
AMIANE m Georgian
Georgian form of Ammianus.
AMIRINDO m Georgian (Rare)
Derived from Middle Persian amir-e Hind meaning "Emir of India". The first word in that sentence is the Arabic military title Emir (Amīr in Arabic), which is ultimately derived from Arabic أمير (amīr) meaning "commander, ruler, prince"... [more]
ANANIA m Georgian (Rare)
Georgian form of Hananiah via its hellenized form Ananias.
ANDRI m Georgian
Short form of Andria. This name is pretty rare in Georgia nowadays; Andro is the more common short form.
ANDRONIK m Armenian, Croatian, Georgian, Russian
Armenian, Croatian, Polish and Russian form of Andronikos. In Armenia, this name may also be a variant of Andranik.
ANTIMOZ m Georgian
Georgian form of Anthimos.
ANZORI m Georgian
Variant of Anzor.
APOLON m Georgian, Croatian
Modern Georgian and Croatian form of Apollon (see Apollo).
APOLONI m Georgian (Rare)
Older Georgian form of Apollon (see Apollo). There are probably also instances where Apoloni is the Georgian form of Apollonios. Either way, the name is quite rare in Georgia nowadays, as it had to make way for the more modern form Apolon (which is much more common).
APRIDON m Georgian (Archaic)
Georgian form of Afrīdōn (also found spelled as Afrīdūn), which is the arabized form of the Persian name Fereydūn (see Fereydoun). Also compare the Middle Persian form of Fereydūn, which is Frēdōn.
APRIKA f Georgian (Rare)
Georgian form of the feminine given name Africa or Afrika.
ARCHILI m Georgian
Older form of Archil, which is currently still in use in Georgia. It is not as common as Archil, however.
ARDALION m Late Greek, Georgian (Rare), Russian (Rare)
Several sources state that this given name is likely derived from Latin ardalio or ardelio meaning "busybody" (which thus connotates troublesomeness), but it is probably more likely that it is derived from ἀρδάλιον (ardalion), the Greek name for a certain water vessel or cup... [more]
ARJEVAN m Georgian (Rare)
Georgian form of the Avestan name Arejahvant (also found written as Arejanghant, Arejanhant and Arejavan), which is derived from Avestan arej or arejah "price, value, worth" combined with the Avestan suffix vant.
ARKIPO m Georgian
Georgian form of Archippos.
ARTEMI m Georgian, Russian
Variant form of Artem (Georgian) and variant transcription of Artemiy (Russian). Bearers of this name include Russian soccer player Artemi Ogarkov (b. 1986) and Russian ice hockey player Artemi Panarin (b... [more]
ASAN m Georgian (Rare), Arabic
Georgian form of Hasan.
AŠOT m Armenian, Georgian
Etymology unknown
ASTION m Late Greek, Georgian (Rare)
Means "small city" in Greek, derived from Greek ἄστυ (astu) or (asty) "city, town" combined with the Greek diminutive suffix -ιων (-ion). This name was borne by an obscure saint from the 3rd century AD, who was martyred at Halmyris together with saint Epictetus.
ATIKE m Georgian (Archaic)
Georgian form of Atticus via its Greek form Attikos.
AVRORA f Armenian (?), Azerbaijani (?), Bulgarian, Georgian (?), Russian, Slovene (?), Ukrainian
Bulgarian, Russian, and Ukrainian form of Aurora. This form is also used in Armenian, Azerbaijani, Slovene, and Georgian to refer to the Roman goddess.
BAGRAṬI m Georgian
Georgian form of Bagrat.
BAKHVA m Ossetian, Georgian
Derived from Persian بخت (baxt) meaning "fortune, happiness, luck".
BARAM m Georgian (Rare)
Georgian form of Bahram. This name is extremely rare in Georgia today; actually, one could almost consider it to be archaic.
BARTLOME m Georgian
Georgian form of Bartholomew.
BASILI m Georgian (Rare)
Older Georgian form of Basileios (see Basil). This name is barely in use nowadays. Its shorter form Basil is considered more modern and is thus more in use, but even that name is rare in Georgia... [more]
BASILISA f Georgian (Archaic), Spanish
Georgian and Spanish form of Basilissa.
BEATRISA f Georgian (Rare), Russian (Rare)
Georgian and Russian form of Beatrice.
BENEDIKTE m Georgian
Georgian form of Benedictus (see Benedict).
BERA m Georgian (Rare)
Derived from the Georgian noun ბერი (beri), which literally means "monk" but can also (figuratively) mean "old man" in at least some cases. Also compare the noun ბერიკაცი (berikatsi) meaning "old man" and the verb დაბერება (dabereba) meaning "to age, to grow old".... [more]
BESARIONI m Georgian
Georgian form of Bessarion.
BESIK m Georgian
Georgian form of Bessarion.
BESIKO m Georgian
Georgian diminutive of Besarioni.
BEZHAN m Georgian (Rare)
Georgian form of Bizhan, which is an older form of Bijan.
BICHIA m Georgian (Rare)
Derived from Georgian ბიჭი (bich'i) meaning "boy".
BICHIKO m Georgian
Pet form of Bichia, which has by now become an independent name in Georgia. Interestingly, in this case the pet form (Bichiko) is much more common in Georgia than the main form (Bichia).
BIKENTI m Georgian
Georgian form of Vincentius (see Vincent).
BIKTOR m Late Roman (Hellenized), Georgian (Rare), Greek (Rare)
Late Greek form of Victor, as well as the original Georgian form of Victor. Biktor is considered an old and rare name in both Georgia and Greece. In Georgia, this is because Viktor has become the dominant form there, probably due to the influence that Russia has had on the country... [more]
BORENA f Georgian
The meaning of this name is uncertain. A well-known bearer of this name was Borena of Alania (11th century AD), an Alan princess who went on to become queen of Georgia after marrying the widowed king Bagrat IV of Georgia... [more]
DACHI m Georgian
Of uncertain origin. Perhaps from დარჩი (darči, "stay"), or a hypocorism of Archil.
DAČI m Georgian
Derived from დარჩი (darči) meaning "to stay".
DADASH m Georgian (Archaic)
Apparently means "of the mother" in Georgian, ultimately derived from Georgian დედა (deda) meaning "mother". A known bearer of this name was the 17th-century Georgian prince Dadash Gelovani, who was the founder of the House of Dadeshkeliani (a Georgian aristocratic family).
DALIDA f Biblical Greek, Croatian, Czech, Dutch (Rare), Georgian (Rare), Russian, Slovak, Ukrainian
Greek form of Delilah (as it first appeared in the Septuagint), which has also spread to Georgia and Slavic countries such as Russia, due to the influence of the Eastern Orthodox Church in these countries... [more]
DAMIANE m Georgian
Georgian form of Damianos (see Damian).
DANIELI m Georgian (Rare)
Older Georgian form of Daniel. This name is quite rare in Georgia nowadays, as it had to make way for the more modern form Daniel (which is much more common).
DAPINE f Georgian (Rare)
Georgian form of Daphne. Also compare Dafina.
DARIOS m Catalan, Georgian
Catalan and Georgian form of Darius.
DATO m Georgian
Pet form of Davit.
DAZMIR m Soviet, Russian (Rare), Georgian (Rare)
Contraction of the Soviet slogan Да здравствует мировая революция! (Da zdravstvuet mirovaya revolyutsiya!) meaning "Long live the world revolution!" as well as of Да здравствует мир! (Da zdravstvuet mir!) meaning "Long live the peace!" This name was created by Communist parents who were eager to reject traditional names.
DAZMIRA f Soviet, Russian (Rare), Georgian (Rare)
Feminine form of Dazmir. This name was created by Communist parents who were eager to reject traditional names.
DEA f Georgian
Diminutive of Medea.
DEMETRE m Georgian
Georgian form of Demetrios (see Demetrius). This name is less common in Georgia than the Russian name Dimitri, which is probably due to the influence that Russia has had on the country (Georgia had been under Russian rule for nearly two centuries).
DEMNA m Georgian
Pet form of Demetre.
DEMUR m Georgian
Possibly a variant form of Temur.
DEMURI m Georgian
Variant form of Demur.
DESPINE f Georgian
Georgian form of Despoina. Also compare Despina.
DIANOZ m Georgian (Archaic)
Georgian form of Dianos, which is the hellenized form of Dianus.
DIDIM m Croatian, Georgian, Russian, Serbian, Ukrainian
Croatian, Georgian, Russian, Serbian and Ukrainian form of Didymus.
DIDIME m Georgian (Rare)
Georgian form of Didymus. This is an older form; the modern form is Didim.
DIOMIDE m Georgian
Georgian form of Diomedes.
DIONISE m Georgian
Georgian form of Dionysios (see Dionysius).
DOMENTI m Georgian
Georgian form of Dometius.
DOMNA f Late Roman, Georgian (Rare), Greek
Feminine form of Domnus. Known bearers of this name include Julia Domna, the wife of Roman Emperor Septimius Severus (3rd century AD), and Domna Samiou (1928-2012), a prominent Greek researcher and performer of Greek folk music.
DOROTE m Georgian
Georgian form of Dorotheos via Dorotheus (see Dorothea).
EGNATE m Georgian
Georgian form of Egnatius (see Ignatius). A known bearer of this name was the Georgian writer Egnate Ninoshvili (1859-1894).
EKVTIME m Georgian
Georgian form of Euthymios (see Euthymius). A known bearer of this name was Ekvtime Takaishvili (1863-1953), a Georgian historian, archaeologist and public benefactor.
ELDARI m Georgian (Rare)
Variant form of Eldar.
ELGUJA m Georgian
Georgian form of Elgüc. Known bearers of this name include Georgian politician Elguja Gvazava (b. 1952) and Georgian scientist and military figure Elguja Medzmariashvili (b. 1946).
ELIAZAR m Georgian
Georgian form of Eleazar.
ELIOZ m Georgian (Rare)
Georgian form of Elijah via its Greek form Elias.
ELISE m Georgian
Georgian form of Elisha.
ELPIDE f Georgian (Rare)
Georgian form of Elpida and/or Elpidia.
EMELIANE m Georgian
Georgian form of Aemilianus (see Emiliano).
ENRIKO m Georgian
Pet form of Henrikh.
ENVERI m Georgian (Rare)
Variant form of Enver.
EPEMIA f Georgian
Georgian form of Euphemia.
EPRAKSIA f Armenian, Georgian (Rare)
Armenian and Georgian form of Eupraxia (see Yevpraksiya).
EPREM m Georgian
Georgian form of Ephrem.
EPROSINE f Georgian
Georgian form of Euphrosyne.
ERASTI m Georgian
Georgian form of Erastos (see Erastus).
EREMIA m Georgian (Rare), Romanian
Older Georgian form of Yirmiyahu (see Jeremiah) and Romanian form of Jeremiah.
ERMALOZ m Georgian (Rare)
Georgian form of Hermolaos.
EROSI m Georgian
Georgian form of Eros.
ESAIA m Georgian
Georgian form of Yesha'yahu (see Isaiah) via its hellenized form Esaias. Also compare Isaia.
ESTATE m Georgian (Rare)
Georgian form of Eustathios. This is an older form; the modern form is Evstati. Both are currently rare in Georgia.
EVDEMON m Georgian (Archaic)
Georgian form of Eudaimon via Eudaemon. This name was borne by two Georgian Catholicoses, namely Evdemon Chkhetidze (also found spelled as Chkhtidze) and Evdemon Sakvarelidze. The former lived in the 16th century AD, whereas the latter lived in the 17th century AD.
EVDEMOZ m Georgian (Rare)
Georgian form of Eudemos.
EVDOKSIA f Georgian (Archaic), Bulgarian, Russian
Georgian form of Eudoxia as well as a variant transcription of Evdoksiya (Bulgarian) and Yevdoksiya (Russian).
EVGRAPI m Georgian (Archaic)
Georgian form of Eugraphos (perhaps via its variant form Eugraphios).
EVNOIKE m Georgian (Archaic)
Georgian form of both Eunoicus and Eunoikos.
EVSEBI m Georgian (Archaic)
Older Georgian form of Eusebios, which has fallen out of use. The modern form is Evsevi.
EVSEVI m Georgian (Rare), Russian
Modern Georgian form of Eusebios. Also, in the case of Russia, this name is usually a variant transcription of Evseviy.
EVSTATE m Georgian (Rare)
Variant form of Evstati.
EVSTATI m Georgian (Rare)
Modern form of Eustathios. Also see Estate, which is an older form of the name. Both are currently rare in Georgia.
EVTIKHI m Georgian (Rare)
Georgian form of Eutychios (see Eutychius).
GABRIELI m Georgian (Rare)
Older Georgian form of Gabriel. This name is quite rare in Georgia nowadays, as it had to make way for the more modern form Gabriel (which is much more common).
GAGA m Georgian
Georgian diminutive of Giorgi.
GAIOZI m Georgian (Rare)
Georgian form of Gaios. This is an older form; the modern form is Gaioz.
GALAKTION m Late Greek, Georgian, Russian
Derived from Greek γάλακτος (galaktos) meaning "milk" combined with the Greek diminutive suffix -ιων (-ion). In ancient Greek times, γαλάκτιον (galaktion) was the name of a type of bread that was made with milk... [more]
GARSEVAN m Armenian (Rare), Georgian (Rare)
The meaning and origin of this name are uncertain, though the name looks like it may possibly be of Persian origin. In that case, it may be related to Garsivaz. I have also come across a source that claims that the name means "stony black monastery" in Old Armenian, derived from the Old Armenian elements քար (k'ar) "stone, rock" combined with սեւ (sev) "black" and վան (van) "monastery" (also see my comment for Sevan)... [more]
GEDEVAN m Georgian (Rare)
Georgian form of Gid'on (see Gideon) via its hellenized form Gedeon.
GERASIME m Georgian
Georgian form of Gerasimos.
GERMANE m Georgian
Georgian form of Germanus.
GERONTI m Georgian (Rare)
Georgian form of Gerontios (see Gerontius). A known bearer of this name was Geronti Kikodze (1886-1960), a prominent Georgian literary critic and thinker.
GIA m Georgian
Short form of Giorgi.
GIGA m Georgian
Georgian diminutive of Giorgi.
GIO m Georgian
Short form of Giorgi.
GIUNA m Georgian (Rare)
Meaning unknown. This name is related to Givi, as it is said to be at the root of that name.
GOBRON m Georgian (Rare)
More modern form of Gobroni. Despite it being a more modern form, it is - just like Gobroni - a rare name in Georgia nowadays.
GOBRONI m Georgian (Rare)
The meaning and origin of this name is unfortunately uncertain. Although, I have seen two sources claim it was ultimately derived from an Arabic word that meant "brave, courageous", but I'm not sure how much stock I should put in that... [more]
GRIGOLI m Georgian
Georgian form of Gregory.
GUBAZ m Georgian
Georgian form of Gubazes. A known bearer of this name is Georgian politician Gubaz Sanikidze (b. 1967).
GUBAZI m Georgian (Rare)
Variant form of Gubaz.
GULIJVAR f Georgian (Rare)
Derived from the Georgian words გული (guli) meaning "heart" and ჯვარი (jvari) meaning "cross".
GULIKO f Georgian
Pet form or variant form of Gulisa.
GURAM m Georgian
Georgian name possibly derived from Hebrew גּוּר (gúr) meaning "lion cub" or "puppy, cub". It may also be of Mingrelian origin from the word გური (guri) meaning "heart".
GVANCA f Georgian
Variant transcription of Gvantsa.
GVANTSA f Georgian
Derived from the Svan word გუანც (guanc) meaning "wren".
HATUNA f Georgian
Variant transcription of Khatuna.
HENRIKH m Armenian (Rare), Georgian (Rare)
Armenian and Georgian form of Henry.
IA f Greek, Georgian, Greek Mythology
Derived from Georgian ია (ia) meaning "violet", as in the spring flower (also see Violet). The Georgian name for the flower was probably derived from the Greek name for the flower, which is Ίον (Ion).
IADON m Georgian (Rare)
Georgian form of Aëdon. Curiously, in Georgia it is a male name, rather than a female name.
IAGOR m Georgian (Archaic)
Archaic Georgian form of Igor. This name has pretty much fallen out of use; Igor is now the modern, dominant form in Georgia, although that name isn't overly common either among native Georgians. In Georgia, the majority of men named Igor are Russians who have emigrated to Georgia.
IAKINTE m Georgian
Georgian form of Hyakinthos (see Hyacinthus).
IASONI m Georgian (Rare)
Older Georgian form of the Greek name Iason (see Jason). This name is quite rare in Georgia nowadays, as Iason is now the dominant form in Georgia.
IEREMIA m Georgian (Rare), Romanian
Romanian and modern Georgian form of Yirmiyahu (see Jeremiah). Also compare Eremia, an older Georgian form of the name.
INEZA f Georgian
Georgian form of Inés.
IORDANE m Georgian (Rare)
Georgian form of Jordan.
IOSIA m Georgian (Rare)
Georgian form of Josiah.
IOTAM m Georgian
Georgian form of Yotam (see Jotham).
IOVEL m Georgian (Rare)
Georgian form of Yo'el (see Joel).
IPOLITE m Georgian
Georgian form of Hippolytos.
IRODION m Georgian
Georgian form of Herodion.
ISMAIL m Georgian (Rare)
Georgian form of Yishma'el (see Ishmael).
IULIANE m Georgian
Older Georgian form of Iulianus (see Julian). The modern form is Ivliane.
IULON m Georgian
Multiple sources claim that this name is ultimately derived from the Latin name Iulius (see Julius), which is possible indeed. The suffix -on of the name seems to indicate that it must have gone via Greek (i.e. a hellenized form), however... [more]
IUSTINE m Georgian
Georgian form of Iustinus (see Justin).
IVDIT f Georgian (Rare)
Modern Georgian form of Yehudit (see Judith).
IVDITI f Georgian (Rare)
Older Georgian form of Yehudit (see Judith). The modern form is Ivdit.
IVERI m Georgian
Derived from the name of a Georgian kingdom "Iberia" or "Iveria" as it"s sometimes spoken as
IVLIANE m Georgian
Modern Georgian form of Iulianus (see Julian). Also compare Iuliane, an older form.
IVLITA f Georgian
Georgian form of Juliette.
IVLITE f Georgian (Rare)
Variant form of Ivlita.
IYA f Georgian
Variant transcription of Ia, via the Russian transcription or spelling of the name, which is Ия (Iya).
JANA f Georgian
Georgian form of Jane.
JANSUG m Georgian
Variant transcription of Jansugh. A known bearer of this name was the late Georgian conductor Jansug Kakhidze (1935-2002).
JANSUGH m Georgian
Georgian form of the Persian given name Jahansuz (see Jahansouz).
JUSTALI m Soviet, Georgian (Rare)
Combination of Jughashvili and Stalin, which are the original surname and adopted surname respectively of the Soviet dictator Joseph Stalin (1878-1953). This name was created by Communist parents who were eager to reject traditional names.
KAIKHOSRO m Georgian (Rare, ?)
A notable bearer of this name was Kaikhosro "Kakutsa" Cholokashvili, a Georgian national hero.
KAKHA m Georgian
Short form of Kakhaber.
KALENIKE m Georgian
Georgian form of Kallinikos.
KALISTRATE m Georgian (Rare)
Georgian form of Callistratus. A known bearer of this name was Kalistrate Salia (1901-1986), a Georgian émigré historian and philologist active in France.
KANDID m Georgian (Rare), Russian
Modern Georgian and Russian form of Candidus (see Candida).
KANDIDE m Georgian (Rare)
Georgian form of Candidus (see Candida). This is an older form; the modern form is Kandid, which is also rare in Georgia.
KAPITON m Georgian, Russian
Georgian and Russian form of Capiton. Known bearers of this name include Russian painter Kapiton Zelentsov (1790-1845) and Russian portrait painter Kapiton Pavlov (1791–1842).
KASIANE m Georgian
Georgian form of Cassianus (see Cassian).
KESANE f Georgian (Rare)
Means "myosotis" in Georgian, a genus of flowering plants.
KETINO f Georgian
Alternative spelling of Ketevan.
KHAREBA m Georgian
'Good news', 'Annunciation' in Georgian.
KHARLAMPI m Georgian, Russian
Georgian form of Charalampos. As for Russia, Kharlampi is a variant transcription of Kharlampiy there.
KHATIA f Georgian
Means "to be painted" in Georgian, related to the Georgian words ხატვა (khatva) "to paint, to draw" and ნახატი (nakhati) "picture".
KHOSRO m Georgian (Archaic)
Georgian form of Khosrau.
KHVARAMZE f Georgian
Compound of an Iranian word meaning the sun (compare Persian خور ‎(xor)) and Georgian მზე ‎(mze, “the sun”), thus making use of synonymous parallelism.
KIONI m Georgian (Archaic)
Variant or short form of Okeanosi, which is the Georgian form of Okeanos.... [more]
KIONIA f Georgian (Rare)
Georgian form of Chionia.
KIRILE m Georgian
Georgian form of Kyrillos (see Cyril).
KIRION m Georgian, Russian
Georgian and Russian form of Cyrion.
KLAVDIA f Greek, Georgian, Russian
Modern Greek spelling of Klaudia (Κλαυδία), which is the ancient Greek form of Claudia.... [more]
KLIMENTI m Georgian, Russian
Georgian form of Clementius. Also, in the case of Russia, this name is usually a variant transcription of Klimentiy.
KONDRATE m Georgian (Rare)
Georgian form of Conrad. Also compare Kondrat. The name Kondrate is extremely rare in Georgia today; actually, one could almost consider it to be archaic.
KOTE m Georgian, Popular Culture
Short form of Konstantine. In popular culture, this is the name of a male character in the comic opera "Keto and Kote" composed by the Georgian composer Viktor Dolidze (1890-1933).
KOZMAN m Georgian (Archaic)
Georgian form of Kosmas (see Cosmas), perhaps via Greek κοσμᾶν (kosman). Also compare Kuzman.
KRISTEPORE m Georgian
Georgian form of Christopher.
KVIRIKE m Georgian
Georgian form of Quiricus
LADIKO m Georgian
Pet form of Vladimer. Also compare Lado.
LAZHVARDI m Georgian (Rare)
Derived from the Georgian word ლაჟვარდი (lazhvardi) meaning "azure", which is primarily used in Georgian poetry and literature in order to describe the colour of the sky. However, there are also sources that say that the word means "lapis lazuli" in Georgian, which makes sense, since the word is most likely derived from Persian لاجورد (lajvard) meaning "lapis lazuli" via Arabic لازوردي (lazuwardiyy) meaning "azure-coloured".
LENSTALBERI m Soviet, Georgian (Rare)
Combination of Lenin, Stalin and Beria, which were the surnames of the Soviet politicians Vladimir Lenin (1870-1924), Joseph Stalin (1878-1953) and Lavrentiy Beria (1899-1953). This name was created by Communist parents who were eager to reject traditional names.
LEONIDE m Georgian
Georgian form of Leonidas.
LERI m Georgian
Short form of Valeriy.
LEVANI m Georgian
Variant form of Levan. This name is less common in Georgia than Levan is.
LIDA f Georgian
Georgian variant of Lidia.
LILE f Georgian
Lile is Svanetian (Svaneti-historic province in Georgia) goddess of the Sun and light.
LIUDMILA f Georgian, Latvian
Georgian form and Latvian borrowing of Lyudmila. This name is slightly less common than Ludmila in Georgia.
LIZIKO f Georgian
Diminutive of Liza.
LONGINOZ m Georgian
Georgian form of Longinus via its hellenized form Longinos.
LUI m Georgian, Albanian
Albanian and Georgian form of Louis.
MADLENA f Bulgarian, Croatian, German, Georgian, Sorbian
Bulgarian, Croatian and German variant as well as the regular Sorbian form of Magdalena. As for Georgia, Madlena is a variant of Magdalina there, inspired by the French name Madeleine.
MAKRINE f Georgian
Georgian form of Macrina.
MAKSIME m Georgian
Georgian form of Maximus.
MALAKIA m Georgian (Rare)
Georgian form of Mal'akhiy (see Malachi) via its hellenized form Malachias.
MAREKH f Georgian
Derived from Arabic Mirrīkh (also found spelled as Mirrīx) meaning "Mars" (as in, the planet). Also compare New Persian Merrikh (also found spelled as Merrix), which came from the Arabic name for the planet.
MAREKHI f Georgian
Variant form of Marekh.
MAREXI f Georgian
Etymology unknown.
MARKOZ m Georgian
Georgian form of Marcus via its Greek form Markos.
MEDICO f Georgian
Diminutive of Medea.
MEDIKO f Georgian
Diminutive form of Medea.
MEDIḲO f Georgian
Diminutive form of Medea.
MELANIA f Georgian (Rare)
Georgian form of Melanie.
MELETI m Georgian (Rare)
Georgian form of Meletios.
METODE m Georgian
Georgian form of Methodios (see Methodius).
MGELIA m Georgian (Archaic)
Derived from the Georgian noun მგელი (mgeli) meaning "wolf".
MIANE m Georgian (Archaic)
Georgian short form of Amiane. This is the name by which the early 4th-century martyr and saint Ammianus is generally known in Georgia.
MIKELA m Georgian (Rare)
Older Georgian form of Michael, which has pretty much fallen out of use. Mikheil is now the dominant form, which is a form that probably came about due to Georgians' exposure to the Russian name Mikhail, while Georgia was under Russian rule.
MIMOZA f Albanian, Georgian, Slovak, Turkish
Albanian, Georgian, Slovak and Turkish form of Mimosa.
MINADORA f Georgian (Rare), Romanian (Rare)
Georgian form of Menodora and Romanian variant form of Minodora.
MIRDAT m Georgian (Archaic)
Georgian form of Mithradatha (see Mithridates).
MIRONI m Georgian
Georgian form of Myron.
MISHIKO m Georgian
Extended form of Misha as well as Misho, essentially making this name just another pet form of Mikheil.
MITROPANE m Georgian
Georgian form of Metrophanes.
MIXEILI m Georgian
Georgian form of Michael.
MTVARISA f Georgian
Derived from Georgian მთვა mtva meaning "moon."
MUKHRAN m Georgian
From მუხრანი (Mukhrani), the name of a historical lowland district in eastern Georgia. It was originally called მუხნარი (Mukhnari) or მუხნარ (Mukhnar), which literally meant "of an oak" but signified "oak-grove"... [more]
MURADI m Georgian (Rare)
Variant form of Murad.
MURMAN m Georgian
Means "my dream" or "man's dream", from the name Murad combined with Persian من (man) "I, my, me" or Indo-European man "man".
MURTAZI m Georgian
Variant form of Murtaz.
MURZAQAN m Georgian (Rare)
Georgian form of Mirzakhan. This name is extremely rare in Georgia today; actually, one could almost consider it to be archaic. A known bearer of this name was the nobleman Murzaqan Shervashidze (18th century), who named his fiefdom after himself, Samurzaqano ("land of Murzaqan")... [more]
NARIMAN m Literature, Persian, Georgian (Rare), Dagestani, Azerbaijani
From the Avestan personal name Nairemanah, which meant "manly mind". It was derived from Avestan nairya meaning "manly, virile" combined with Avestan manah meaning "mind", or Avestan naire-manå meaning "brave, manly"... [more]
NATIYA f Ukrainian, Georgian
Variant transcription of Natia.
NAZI f Georgian
Derived from the Georgian adjective ნაზი (nazi) meaning "gentle" as well as "delicate, soft, tender", which is ultimately derived from the Persian noun ناز (naz) meaning "coyness, coquetry"... [more]
NAZIKO f Georgian
Georgian diminutive of Nazi.
NAZO f Georgian
Either a diminutive or a variant form of Nazi.
NERSE m Georgian (Rare)
Georgian form of Narseh via Nerseh. This name was borne by a Georgian prince from the 8th century AD.
NIAZ m Georgian (Rare)
Derived from the Persian noun نیاز (niyâz) meaning "need, necessity, requirement" as well as "desire, wish". A known bearer of this name is Niaz Diasamidze (b. 1973), a member of the Georgian folk-rock band 33a.
NIAZI m Georgian (Rare)
Variant form of Niaz.
NIKANDRE m Georgian (Archaic)
Archaic Georgian form of Nicander. The modern form is Nikandro.
NIKANDRO m Georgian (Rare)
Modern Georgian form of Nicander.
NIKTOPOLIONE m Georgian (Archaic)
Georgian form of Nikopolitianos through a Greek corruption of the name. This corruption was probably Νυκτοπολιων (Nyktopolion) or something close to it, which led to the name being associated with the night, as it closely resembles the Greek adjective νυκτιπόλος (nyktipolos) meaning "roaming by night".
NIḲOLOZI m Georgian
Georgian form of Nicholas.
NIUTON m Georgian (Rare)
Georgian form of Newton.
NODAR m Georgian
Georgian form of Naudar. Known bearers of this name include Georgian author Nodar Dumbadze (1928-1984) and Georgian luger Nodar Kumaritashvili (1988-2010).
NOSHREVAN m Georgian
Georgian form of Anoshiruvan.
NUGZAR m Georgian, Abkhaz
Means "golden light", from Arabic نُور (nūr) "light" (see Nur) and Persian زر (zar) "gold".
OKEANOSI m Georgian
Georgian form of Okeanos. Also compare the Georgian noun ოკეანე (okeane) meaning "ocean".
OLIMPIADA f Bulgarian (Rare), Georgian (Rare), Russian (Rare), Ukrainian (Rare)
Bulgarian, Georgian, Russian and Ukrainian form of Olympias.
ONISE m Georgian
Georgian form of Onesas.
ONISIME m Georgian
Georgian form of Onesimos (see Onesimus).
ONOPRE m Georgian
Georgian form of Onouphrios.
PAATA m Georgian
From Georgian პატარა (ṗaṭara, "small").
PARMEN m Croatian, Georgian, Russian, Serbian
Croatian, Georgian, Russian and Serbian form of Parmenas.
PARNAVAZ m Georgian, History, Armenian
Georgian form of Farnavaz. This name was borne by two kings who ruled over territories that are nowadays located in modern Georgia.
PARTEN m Georgian
Georgian form of Parthenios (see Parthenia).
PIDO m Georgian (Rare)
Short form of Pridon.
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).
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]
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.