Georgian Submitted Names

Georgian names are used in the country of Georgia in central Eurasia.
gender
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Submitted names are contributed by users of this website. The accuracy of these name definitions cannot be guaranteed.
Aba აბა m Georgian (Rare), Hungarian (Rare)
Georgian and Hungarian form of the Semitic name Abba.
Abdia აბდია m Georgian (Rare)
Georgian form of Obadiah via its latinized form Abdias.
Abe აბე m Georgian (Rare)
Short form of Abesalom.
Abesalom აბესალომ m Georgian, Literature, Theatre
Georgian form of Abessalom, which is the hellenized form of the Hebrew name 'Avshalom (see Absalom).... [more]
Abiatar აბიათარ m Georgian (Archaic), Romanian (Rare)
Georgian and Romanian form of Abiathar.
Abo აბო m Georgian (Rare)
The usage of this name started in honour of the 8th-century saint Abo of Tiflis, who was of Arab origin and martyred for having converted from Islam to Christianity.... [more]
Abraami აბრაამი m Georgian (Rare)
Form of Abraam with the Georgian nominative suffix -ი (-i). It is only used in Georgian when the name is written stand-alone.
Achi აჩი m Georgian
Short form of Archil and/or its diminutive Achiko.
Achiko აჩიკო m Georgian
Diminutive of Archil.
Acho აჩო m Georgian
Short form of Archil and/or its diminutive Achiko.
Adarnase ადარნასე 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 ადრიანე m Georgian (Rare)
Georgian form of Hadrianus (see Hadrian).
Agatonike აგათონიკე m Georgian (Archaic)
Georgian form of Agathonikos.
Aghapi აღაპი m Georgian (Archaic)
Georgian form of Agapios.
Aghati აღათი f Georgian (Rare)
Georgian form of Agathe (see Agatha).
Agrapina აგრაფინა f Georgian (Rare)
Georgian form of Agrippina, possibly via its Russian form Agrafena.... [more]
Aishe აიშე f Georgian (Rare), Romani
Georgian and Romani (i.e. Gypsy) form of Aisha.
Aka აკა m Georgian
Short form of Akaki.
Ako აკო m Georgian
Short form of Akaki.
Akvilina აკვილინა f Georgian (Rare), Lithuanian, Finnish (Rare), Serbian (Rare)
Georgian, Lithuanian, Finnish and Serbian form of Aquilina.
Alale ალალე m Georgian (Archaic)
Derived from the Georgian adjective ალალი (alali) meaning "honest, truthful, upright". It ultimately comes from Arabic حلال (halal) meaning "allowed, permitted" as well as "lawful, legal, legitimate".
Alda ალდა f Alanic, History, Georgian (Rare)
This name was most notably borne by the Alan princess Alda of Alania (11th century), who was the second wife of king Giorgi I of Georgia.... [more]
Alde ალდე f Georgian (Rare)
Georgian form of the Alanic name Alda. A known bearer of this name was the Georgian artist Alde Kakabadze (1932-2016).
Aleqsandra ალექსანდრა f Georgian (Rare)
Variant transcription of Aleksandra.
Aleqsandre ალექსანდრე m Georgian
Variant transcription of Aleksandre.
Alpez ალფეზ m Georgian (Rare)
Georgian form of Alphaeus.
Aluda ალუდა m Georgian, Literature
This name is best known for being the name of the eponymous hero of the epic poem Aluda Ketelauri (1888) written by the Georgian poet and writer Vazha-Pshavela (1861-1915).... [more]
Amako ამაკო f Georgian (Rare)
Contracted form of Amaliko, which is a diminutive of Amalia.
Amaliko ამალიკო f Georgian (Rare)
Diminutive of Amalia.
Ambako ამბაკო m Georgian
Georgian form of Ambakoum, which is the biblical Greek form of Habakkuk.
Amberki ამბერკი m Georgian (Rare)
Georgian form of Aberkios.
Amiane ამიანე m Georgian
Georgian form of Ammianus.
Amiko ამიკო m Georgian
Possibly a diminutive of Amiran and Amirindo.
Amirindo ამირინდო 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]
Amiro ამირო m Georgian (Rare)
Short form of Amiran and Amirindo.
Amo ამო m Georgian
Short form of masculine names that start with ამ- (Am-), such as Ambrosi, Amiran and Amirindo.
Ampelosi ამპელოსი m Georgian (Archaic)
Georgian form of Ampelos.
Ampiloke ამფილოქე m Georgian (Archaic)
Georgian form of Amphilochios.
Anania ანანია m Georgian (Rare)
Georgian form of Hananiah via its hellenized form Ananias.
Ananiko ანანიკო f Georgian (Rare)
Diminutive of Anana and Anano.
Ancho ანჩო f Georgian
Diminutive of Ana, Anana and Anano.
Andri ანდრი m Georgian
Short form of Andria. This name is pretty rare in Georgia nowadays; Andro is the more common short form.
Andronike ანდრონიკე m Georgian (Rare)
Georgian form of Andronikos (see Andronicus).
Aniko ანიკო f Georgian
Georgian diminutive of Ana. It is possible that in some cases, the name is also a contracted form of Ananiko, which is a diminutive of Anana and Anano.
Anouki ანუკი f Georgian
Variant transcription of Anuki. A known bearer of this name is the Georgian fashion designer Anuki Areshidze (b. 1989), who goes by the mononym Anouki.
Antimoz ანთიმოზ m Georgian (Rare)
Georgian form of Anthimos.
Anuka ანუკა f Georgian
Georgian diminutive of Ana. Notable Georgian bearers of this name include the queen consort Anuka Abashidze of Imereti (died in 1721) and princess Ana "Anuka" of Kartli (1698-1746).
Anzo ანზო m Georgian
Short form of Anzor.
Anzoriko ანზორიკო m Georgian
Diminutive of Anzor.
Apareka აპარეკა m Georgian (Archaic), Popular Culture
Derived from Georgian აპარეკა (Apareka), which is the name of a famous folk song from Khevsureti, the mountain region of Georgia. In the song itself, Apareka is the name of a young man.
Apo აპო, აფო m Georgian (Rare)
When written as აპო, this name is a short form of Apolon. But when written as აფო, it might be a short form of Alpez.
Apolon აპოლონ m Bosnian, Bulgarian, Croatian (Rare), Georgian (Rare), Macedonian, Serbian (Rare), Slovene
Form of Apollon (see Apollo) in various languages.
Apoloni აპოლონი m Georgian (Rare)
Form of Apolon with the Georgian nominative suffix -ი (-i). It is only used in Georgian when the name is written stand-alone.... [more]
Aprasion აფრასიონ m Georgian (Rare)
Georgian sources state that this name is of Persian origin and means "angry, wrathful" and "ferocious, truculent". This indicates that Aprasion might be the Georgian form of افراسیاب (Afrasiyab) (see Afrasiab), probably via its archaic Georgian form აფრასიობ (Aprasiob) or აფრასიობი (Aprasiobi).... [more]
Apridon აფრიდონ 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.
Aprikane აფრიკანე m Georgian (Archaic)
Georgian form of Africanus via its hellenized form Aphrikanos.
Aprodita აფროდიტა f Georgian (Rare)
Variant of Aprodite.
Aprodite აფროდიტე f Georgian (Rare)
Georgian form of Aphrodite.
Apshina აფშინა m Georgian (Rare), Literature
Georgian form of Afshin. This name is mostly used in the Georgian highlands.... [more]
Archili არჩილი m Georgian
Form of Archil with the Georgian nominative suffix -ი (-i). It is only used in Georgian when the name is written stand-alone.
Ardashel არდაშელ m Georgian (Rare)
Georgian form of Ardashir.
Argelodi არგელოდი m Georgian (Rare)
Rare variant of Arvelodi.
Arjevan არჯევან 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 meaning "price, value, worth" combined with the Avestan suffix vant.
Arkipo არქიფო, არქიპო m Georgian
Georgian form of Archippos.
Arminda არმინდა f Georgian (Rare)
Basically means "I don't want you", derived from the Georgian particle არ (ar) meaning "not, no" combined with Georgian მინდა (minda) meaning "I want".... [more]
Artemida არტემიდა f Azerbaijani, Bosnian, Bulgarian, Croatian, Georgian, Macedonian, Polish (Rare), Russian, Serbian, Slovene, Ukrainian
Form of Artemis in various languages.
Artemide არტემიდე f Georgian (Archaic), Italian (Rare)
Georgian and Italian form of Artemis.... [more]
Arvelodi არველოდი m Georgian (Rare)
Basically means "I had not expected you", derived from the Georgian particle არ (ar) meaning "not, no" combined with Georgian ველოდი (velodi) meaning "I expected", which ultimately comes from the verb ლოდინი (lodini) meaning "to expect, to await".... [more]
Asan ასან m Kazakh, Crimean Tatar, Georgian (Rare), Bulgarian
Kazakh, Crimean Tatar and Georgian form of Hasan. A known Georgian bearer was prince Asan-Mirza of Kakheti (died in 1750), the third son of king Davit II of Kakheti.... [more]
Ashot აშოტ m Armenian, Georgian (Archaic)
Meaning uncertain. According to one Armenian scholar, the name comes from the ancient Urartian name Asud, which he states has the meaning of "quiet, peaceful". Others theorize that the name is possibly derived from the Armenian noun աշխարհ (ashkharh) meaning "world, universe" as well as "land, country"... [more]
Ashotan აშოთან m Georgian (Archaic)
Meaning uncertain. This name might possibly be derived from Ashot or is otherwise etymologically related to it. Also compare Shota.... [more]
Askalon ასკალონ m Late Greek, Georgian (Archaic), Russian (Rare)
Derived from the Greek adjective ἄσκαλος (askalos) meaning "unhoed, uncultivated" and therefore "rough" in a figurative sense.... [more]
Aslamaz ასლამაზ m Georgian (Archaic)
Meaning uncertain. It is probably of Persian or Turkic origin, but it is also possible that it is of Kartvelian origin, in which case it is likely related to the Georgian adjective ლამაზი (lamazi) meaning "beautiful, handsome".... [more]
Asmat ასმათ f Literature, Georgian
Georgian form of Asma according to a Russian source, but Georgian sources say that this name means "innocent, chaste, virginal" and "honest" in Arabic.... [more]
Ašot აშოტ m Armenian, Georgian (Archaic)
Variant transcription of Ashot.
Astion ასტიონ 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 ატიკე m Georgian (Archaic)
Georgian form of Atticus via its Greek form Attikos.
Ato ათო m Georgian (Rare)
Variant of Avto, which is a short form of Avtandil.
Atuka ათუკა m Georgian (Rare)
Variant of Avtuka, which is a diminutive of Avtandil.
Avdipaksi ავდიფაქსი m Georgian (Archaic)
Georgian form of Audifax.
Avgustine ავგუსტინე m Georgian (Rare)
Georgian form of Augustinus (see Augustine 1).
Avreliane ავრელიანე m Georgian (Archaic)
Georgian form of Aurelianus.
Avtuka ავთუკა m Georgian (Rare)
Diminutive of Avtandil via its short form Avto.
Baba ბაბა m Azerbaijani, Georgian (Archaic)
Derived from the Persian honorific title بابا (baba), which formally means "grandfather, wise old man, sir". Its informal meaning is "dad, daddy", but that particular meaning is probably not the reason behind the use of this honorific title as a given name and name element.
Babale ბაბალე f Georgian (Rare)
Variant of Barbare, though it might also be descended from Barbale (in at least some cases).
Babila ბაბილა m Georgian (Archaic), Italian
Georgian and Italian form of Babylas.
Babilo ბაბილო m Georgian (Archaic)
Variant of Babila.
Babo ბაბო f & m Georgian (Rare)
Short form of the feminine names Babale, Barbale and Barbare.... [more]
Bacha ბაჩა m Georgian (Rare)
Short form of Bachana, but it can also be an independent name in its own right, in which case the name is directly derived from the Persian noun بچه (bačče) meaning "child".
Bachana ბაჩანა m Georgian
Derived from an old Georgian word that means "obedient, submissive, docile", which itself is ultimately derived from the Persian noun بچه (bačče) meaning "child".
Bachi ბაჩი m Georgian
Diminutive of Bacha and Bachana.
Bacho ბაჩო m Georgian
Diminutive of Bacha and Bachana.
Bachuki ბაჩუკი m Georgian
Diminutive of Bacha and Bachana.
Badriko ბადრიკო m Georgian (Rare)
Diminutive of Badri.
Baia ბაია f & m Georgian
Derived from ბაია (baia), which is the Georgian name for the buttercup flower or really any flowering plant from the Ranunculus genus.... [more]
Baiko ბაიკო f & m Georgian
Diminutive of Baia. This name is most commonly used on women.
Bakar ბაქარ m Georgian
Meaning and origin uncertain. Some Georgian scholars view the name as a variant of Bakur, whilst others deem it more likely that the name is the Georgian form of the Arabic name Bakr.... [more]
Bakhva ბახვა m Mingrelian, Georgian, Ossetian, Literature
Georgian sources state that this name is of Mingrelian origin and means "well-set, stocky".... [more]
Bako ბაკო m Armenian, Georgian
Short form of Ambako (Georgian), Ambakum (Armenian), Bakar (Georgian) and Bakur (both Armenian and Georgian).
Bakuna ბაკუნა m Georgian (Rare)
Diminutive of Bako, as it contains the Georgian diminutive suffix -უნა (-una).
Bakur ბაკურ m Armenian (Rare), Georgian
Armenian and Georgian form of Pakur. Some of the earliest known bearers of this name are the 2nd-century kings Bakur of Armenia and Bakur of Lazica (in Colchis), who are both better known under the Latin name Pacorus... [more]
Baram ბარამ m Georgian (Rare)
Georgian form of Bahram. This name is extremely rare in Georgia today; actually, one could almost consider it to be archaic.
Barsanopi ბარსანოფი m Georgian (Archaic)
Georgian form of Barsanuphius.
Bartlome ბართლომე m Georgian (Rare)
Georgian form of Bartholomew.
Basili ბასილი 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 ბასილისა f Georgian (Archaic), Spanish, Galician
Georgian and Spanish form of Basilissa.
Batlome ბათლომე m Georgian (Rare)
Variant of Bartlome.
Bato ბათო m Georgian (Rare)
Short form of Bartlome (rare), Batlome (rare), Batur (archaic) and Batura (rare).... [more]
Batur ბათურ m Turkish, Georgian (Archaic)
Derived from the Turco-Mongolian honorific title ᠪᠠᠭᠠᠲᠤᠷ (baɣatur) meaning "hero" (see Bahadur).
Batura ბათურა m Georgian (Rare)
Either a variant of Batur or derived from the Georgian adjective ბათურა (batura) meaning "plump" (in reference to a child) as well as "fat dog"... [more]
Baxva ბახვა m Mingrelian, Georgian, Ossetian
Variant transcription of Bakhva.
Beatrisa ბეატრისა f Georgian (Rare), Russian (Rare)
Georgian and Russian form of Beatrice.
Bega ბეგა m Georgian (Rare), Ossetian
Georgian variant of Begi. In Ossetian, most likely the name is also derived from the Ottoman Turkish title بك (beg) meaning "ruler, chief, lord".
Begi ბეგი m Georgian
Derived from the Georgian noun ბეგი (begi) meaning "bey", which is ultimately derived from the Turkish military title beg meaning "chieftain, master".... [more]
Beglar ბეგლარ m Georgian (Rare)
Derived from the Ottoman Turkish plural form of the Turkish military title beg meaning "chieftain, master".... [more]
Begtabeg ბეგთაბეგ m Georgian (Archaic)
Derived from the Ottoman Turkish gubernatorial title بكلربكی‎ (beglerbegi) meaning "bey of the beys" or "head of the beys". In turn, it is derived from the Turkish military title beg meaning "chieftain, master".... [more]
Beka ბექა m Georgian
Modern form of Bega, which is an old variant of Begi. Out of all the names that are descended from the latter name and still in use, Beka is the most common.
Bela ბელა f Georgian, Spanish, Portuguese
Georgian short form of Izabela as well as a Spanish and Portuguese short form of Isabela. Also compare the Portuguese adjective bela meaning "beautiful".... [more]
Benedikte ბენედიქტე m Georgian (Rare)
Georgian form of Benedictus (see Benedict).
Bera ბერა 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]
Berdia ბერდია m Georgian
Georgian form of Berdi, which means "given (by God)" and is ultimately derived from Old Turkic ber meaning "to give".
Besik ბესიკ m Georgian
Short form of Besarion. It began to be used as an independent name in the 18th century, thanks to the Georgian poet Besarion Gabashvili (1750-1791), who was known as Besik or Besiki... [more]
Besiki ბესიკი m Georgian
Form of Besik with the Georgian nominative suffix -ი (-i). It is only used in Georgian when the name is written stand-alone.... [more]
Besiko ბესიკო m Georgian (Rare)
Diminutive of Besarion and its short form Beso.
Besuka ბესუკა m Georgian (Rare)
Diminutive of Besarion and its short form Beso.
Betkil ბეთქილ m Georgian (Rare), Georgian Mythology, Folklore
Meaning unknown. It is possibly of Svan origin, since Betkil is the name of a tragic protagonist from a Svan folk song.... [more]
Beto ბეტო m Georgian
Meaning uncertain; it might perhaps be a short form of Betkil. Also compare names like Beso and Vano.
Bezhan ბეჟან m Georgian (Rare)
Georgian form of Bizhan, which is an older form of Bijan.
Bichia ბიჭია m Georgian (Rare)
Derived from the Georgian noun ბიჭი (bichi) meaning "boy, lad" as well as "son".
Bichiko ბიჭიკო m Georgian
Diminutive of Bichia, which has by now become an independent name in Georgia. Interestingly, in this case the diminutive (Bichiko) is much more common in Georgia than the main form (Bichia).
Bidzo ბიძო m Georgian
Short form of Bidzina.
Bikenti ბიკენტი m Georgian
Georgian form of Vincentius (see Vincent).
Biktor ბიქტორ 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... [more]
Birtvel ბირთველ m Georgian (Archaic)
Derived from Georgian ბირთვისელი (birtviseli) meaning "of Birtvisi". Birtvisi is the name of a medieval Georgian fortress, which in medieval Georgia was famous for being impregnable... [more]
Bondo ბონდო m Georgian
Meaning unknown. According to the available Georgian sources, no convincing etymology has been provided for the name to this day. Meanwhile, a Russian source derives the name from modern Persian بنده (bande) meaning "servant, slave", which ultimately comes from Middle Persian bandag meaning "servant"... [more]
Bordokhan ბორდოხან f Alanic, History, Georgian (Archaic)
Variant of Burdukhan. This is the name that the Alan princess and Georgian queen consort Burdukhan of Alania (12th century AD) is also known by.
Borena ბორენა f Alanic, Georgian (Rare)
This name is best known for being the name of 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. It is because of her that the Georgians became acquainted with the name Borena; she brought the name to Georgia... [more]
Boriko ბორიკო m Georgian (Rare)
Georgian diminutive of Boris.
Brola ბროლა f Georgian (Rare)
Derived from the Georgian noun ბროლი (broli) meaning "crystal" (as in the glass, not the mineral). In some cases, this name can also be a short form of the related name Nazibrola.
Buba ბუბა m Svan, Georgian
Means "uncle" in Svan. In other words: this name is basically the Svan equivalent of Bidzina.
Bukhuti ბუხუტი m Georgian (Rare)
Meaning uncertain. It might possibly be derived from Arabic بخيت (bukhait) or (bukhayt) meaning "good luck", itself ultimately derived from the Persian noun بخت (bakht) meaning "luck, fortune" (see Bakht)... [more]
Burdukhan ბურდუხან f Alanic, History, Georgian (Archaic)
This name was most notably borne by the Alan princess Burdukhan of Alania (12th century AD), who was the wife of king Giorgi III of Georgia and the mother of queen Tamar the Great of Georgia.... [more]
Chabua ჭაბუა m Georgian (Rare)
Diminutive of Mzechabuk, which tends to be used as an independent name. A notable bearer of this name was the Georgian novelist Mzechabuk "Chabua" Amirejibi (1921-2013).
Chalkhia ჩალხია m Georgian (Rare)
Meaning uncertain. It is possibly derived from the archaic Georgian noun ჩალხი (chalkhi) meaning "strongbow". In modern Georgian, the same word means "lathe" and "grindstone".
Chichia ჭიჭია m Mingrelian, Georgian (Rare)
Derived from the Mingrelian adjective ჭიჭე (č̣ič̣e) meaning "few, little" as well as "small, little" combined with the Georgian diminutive suffix -ია (-ia).... [more]
Chichiko ჭიჭიკო m Mingrelian, Georgian (Rare)
Derived from the Mingrelian adjective ჭიჭე (č̣ič̣e) meaning "few, little" as well as "small, little" combined with the Georgian diminutive suffix -იკო (-iko).... [more]
Chinchara ჭინჭარა m Georgian (Archaic), Folklore
Derived from the Georgian noun ჭინჭარი (chinchari) meaning "stinging nettle" (genus Urtica).... [more]
Chiora ჩიორა f & m Georgian (Rare)
Derived from the Georgian noun ჩიორა (chiora) meaning "little bird, darling child" as well as "young cockerel".... [more]
Chito ჩიტო f & m Georgian
Derived from the Georgian noun ჩიტი (chiti) meaning "bird".
Dachi დაჩი m Georgian
This name is best known for being the name of king Dachi of Iberia (6th century AD). He was of Iranian descent, for he belonged to the Chosroid dynasty. His paternal grandfather was king Mihrdat V of Iberia and his maternal grandfather was king Hormizd III of the Sasanian Empire.... [more]
Dadash დადაშ m Georgian (Rare)
Apparently means "of the mother" in archaic Georgian. Compare modern Georgian დედა (deda) meaning "mother".... [more]
Dali დალი f Georgian Mythology, Georgian
Meaning unknown. Dali was the Georgian goddess of the hunt, mother of Amirani, and was believed to be extraordinarily beautiful. She lived on top of a mountain and protected animals, occasionally allowing hunters to hunt animals just so long as they don't hunt more than necessary... [more]
Daliko დალიკო f Georgian
Diminutive of Dali.
Damiane დამიანე m Georgian (Rare)
Georgian form of Damianos (see Damian).
Danieli დანიელი m Sicilian, Georgian
Sicilian form of Daniel as well as the Georgian nominative case form of the name. It is only used in Georgian when the name is written stand-alone.
Daniko დანიკო m Georgian (Rare)
Diminutive of Daniel and its short forms Dani 2 and Dano.
Dano დანო m Georgian (Rare)
Short form of Daniel and perhaps also of other masculine names that contain -dan-, such as Iordane and Vardan.
Dapine დაფინე f Georgian (Rare)
Georgian form of Daphne. Also compare Dafina.
Darchia დარჩია m Georgian (Archaic)
Either a diminutive or a variant of დარჩილ (Darchil), which is the Georgian form of the Middle Persian name Dartsihr (see Dachi).... [more]
Dariko დარიკო f Georgian
Diminutive of Darejan and its short form Daro.
Darios დარიოს m Catalan, Georgian
Catalan and Georgian form of Darius.
Darispan დარისპან m Georgian (Rare), Literature
Means "door of Isfahan", derived from the Persian noun در (dar) meaning "door, gate" combined with Spahān, which is the Middle Persian name for the modern city of اصفهان (Isfahan) in Iran.... [more]
Daro დარო f Georgian
Short form of Darejan.
Data დათა m Georgian, Literature
Short form of Davit and perhaps also of Datua. In Georgian literature, this is the name of the eponymous character of the popular novel Data Tutashkhia (1975) written by Chabua Amirejibi (1921-2013).
Datiko დათიკო m Georgian
Diminutive of Davit. A known bearer of this name was the Georgian revolutionary Datiko Shevardnadze (1875-1909), who was a relative of the second president of Georgia, Eduard Shevardnadze (1928-2014).
Dato დათო m Georgian
Short form of Davit. A notable bearer of this name is the Georgian pop singer Davit "Dato" Khujadze (b. 1975).
Datua დათუა m Georgian (Rare)
Often listed as a diminutive of Davit (compare names like Datiko and Dato), this name might actually be of pagan origin, in which case it is derived from the Old Georgian noun დათჳ (datwi) meaning "bear".... [more]
Datuna დათუნა m Georgian
Diminutive of Davit and of names that are possibly of pagan origin and derived from Old Georgian დათჳ (datwi) meaning "bear", such as Datua.
Davar დავარ f Literature, Georgian (Rare)
Derived from the archaic Persian word داور (davar) meaning "judge", which ultimately comes from Middle Persian dādwar meaning "judge".... [more]
Dazmir დაზმირ 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 დაზმირა 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 დეა f Georgian
Short form of Medea.
Deako დეაკო f Georgian (Rare)
Diminutive of Medea via its short form Dea.
Dedika დედიკა f Georgian (Rare)
Means "little mother" in Georgian. It is derived from the Georgian noun დედა (deda) meaning "mother" combined with the Georgian diminutive suffix -იკა (-ika). Also compare Mamuka.
Dedisimedi დედისიმედი f Georgian (Rare)
Means "mother's hope" in Georgian. It is derived from Georgian დედის (dedis) meaning "of the mother" combined with the Georgian noun იმედი (imedi) meaning "hope" (see Imeda).... [more]
Deduka დედუკა f Georgian (Rare)
Means "little mother" in Georgian. It is derived from the Georgian noun დედა (deda) meaning "mother" combined with the Georgian diminutive suffix -უკა (-uka). Also compare Mamuka.
Deme დემე m Georgian
Short form of Demetre.
Demetre დემეტრე m Georgian, History
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).... [more]
Demiko დემიკო m Georgian
Diminutive of Demetre, Demna and Demur.
Demna დემნა m Georgian
Diminutive of Demetre, which is now also used as an independent name.... [more]
Demo დემო m Georgian
Short form of Demetre, Demna and Demur.
Demuka დემუკა m Georgian (Rare)
Diminutive of Demetre, Demna and Demur.
Demur დემურ m Georgian
Variant of Temur. A known bearer of this name is the Georgian rugby union player Demur Tapladze (b. 2000).
Demuriko დემურიკო m Georgian (Rare)
Diminutive of Demur.
Denola დენოლა f Svan, Georgian (Rare)
Derived from the Svan noun დინოლ (dinol) meaning "little girl" (also see the Svan name Dina).
Despine დესპინე f Georgian
Georgian form of Despoina. Also compare Despina.
Devi დევი m Georgian, Georgian Mythology
Derived from დევი (devi), the name of a type of giant from Georgian mythology. It is ultimately of Iranian origin and therefore related to the Zoroastrian supernatural entity daeva.
Deviko დევიკო m Georgian
Diminutive of Devi.
Dianoz დიანოზ m Georgian (Rare)
Georgian form of the Late Greek name Διανος (Dianos), which might possibly be a hellenization of the Roman name Dianus, but could also be a genuine Greek name instead... [more]
Didim დიდიმ m Croatian, Georgian, Russian, Serbian, Ukrainian
Croatian, Georgian, Russian, Serbian and Ukrainian form of Didymus.
Didime დიდიმე m Georgian (Rare)
Georgian form of Didymus. This is an older form; the modern form is Didim.
Dielo დიელო f Georgian (Rare)
Meaning as of yet unknown. The available Georgian sources state that this name is of Georgian origin, but neglect to provide its meaning.... [more]
Dilavardisa დილავარდისა f Georgian (Rare)
The first element of this name is either derived from the Georgian noun დილა (dila) meaning "morning" or from the Persian noun دل (del) or (dil) meaning "heart". The second element is derived from Georgian ვარდის (vardis), which is the genitive of the noun ვარდი (vardi) meaning "rose".... [more]
Dimiko დიმიკო m Georgian (Rare)
Diminutive of Dimitri and Dima 2.
Dina დინა f Svan, Georgian
Means "girl" or "daughter" in Svan. In Georgia, this name is also the Georgian form of Dinah and can also be a short form of Dinara.
Dinara დინარა f Georgian, Literature
In Georgia, the usage of this name started in honour of the Georgian princess and queen Dinara of Hereti (10th century), who belonged to the Bagrationi dynasty and is venerated as a saint in the Georgian Orthodox Church.... [more]
Dino დინო m & f Georgian (Rare)
Short form of Shermadin for men, whilst for women it is a short form of Diana, Dinara, Eldino and perhaps also Denola.
Diomide დიომიდე m Georgian
Georgian form of Diomedes.
Dionise დიონისე m Georgian
Georgian form of Dionysios (see Dionysius).
Distango დისტანგო m Soviet, Georgian (Archaic)
Derived from Georgian დიდ სტალინს გოუმარჯოს! (did Stalins goumarjos!) meaning "cheers to the great Stalin!".... [more]
Dito დიტო m Georgian
Short form of Dimitri.
Dodo დოდო f & m Georgian
This is a unisex name, which is much more often used on women than on men. The etymology is different for each gender.... [more]
Dodoshka დოდოშკა f Georgian
Diminutive of Dodo.
Doduna დოდუნა f Georgian (Rare)
Diminutive of Dodo.
Domenti დომენტი m Georgian
Georgian form of Dometius.
Dorote დოროთე m Georgian (Rare)
Georgian form of Dorotheos (see Dorothea).
Dositeos დოსითეოს m Georgian (Rare)
Variant form or spelling of Dositeoz.
Dositeoz დოსითეოზ m Georgian (Archaic)
Georgian form of Dositheos. A notable bearer of this name is saint Dositeoz of Tbilisi (died in 1795).
Dudana დუდანა f Georgian (Rare)
Meaning uncertain. Georgian sources state that the name is of Kartvelian origin, but neglect to provide its meaning. Perhaps it is related to the Mingrelian noun დუდი (dudi) meaning "head", or to the Georgian name Dudukhana... [more]
Dudukhana დუდუხანა f Georgian (Rare)
Derived from the Georgian adjective დუდუხა (dudukha) meaning "plump" (in reference to girls and women). Also compare the related Georgian adjective დუდრუქანა (dudrukana) meaning "plump, stout" (also in reference to girls and women).... [more]
Duriko დურიკო m Georgian
Diminutive of Duro and Duru, which are both short forms of Durmishkhan and perhaps also of Baadur.
Durmishkhan დურმიშხან m Georgian
The first element of this name is of Turkic origin, but the available sources each provide a different meaning for it. According to a Russian source, it is derived from a (probably medieval) Turkmen word that means "life"... [more]
Duro დურო m Georgian
Short form of Durmishkhan and perhaps also of Baadur.
Duru დურუ m Georgian
Short form of Durmishkhan and perhaps also of Baadur.
Dzabuli ძაბული f Mingrelian, Georgian (Rare)
Derived from the Mingrelian noun ძღაბი (ʒɣabi) meaning "girl".
Dzaghlika ძაღლიკა m Georgian (Rare), Literature
Means "little dog, puppy" in Georgian, derived from the Georgian noun ძაღლი (dzaghli) meaning "dog" combined with the diminutive suffix -კა (-ka). This name was once common in the Georgian highlands, but it is rare there today.... [more]
Edik ედიკ m Armenian, Georgian (Rare)
Armenian diminutive of Eduard, which is sometimes also used in neighbouring Georgia.
Edisher ედიშერ m Georgian
Of Persian origin, but the meaning of this name is partially uncertain, as the available sources do not agree with each other on the first element. According to a Georgian source, the first element means "feast", whilst a Russian source states that it means "to walk in front (of)"... [more]
Ednar ედნარ m Georgian (Rare)
Means "strong name", derived from Turkic ad meaning "name" combined with Turkic nar (ultimately from Arabic) meaning "strong, brave" as well as "fire, light".
Edo ედო m Croatian, Georgian, Slovene (Rare)
Short form of Eduard (Croatian and Georgian) and Edvard (Slovene).
Eduna ედუნა m Georgian (Rare)
Diminutive of Eduard and its short forms Edo and Edu, as it contains the Georgian diminutive suffix -უნა (-una).
Egnate ეგნატე m Georgian
Georgian form of Egnatius (see Ignatius). A known bearer of this name was the Georgian writer Egnate Ninoshvili (1859-1894).
Ekato ეკატო f Georgian (Rare)
Short form of Ekaterine.
Eko ეკო f Georgian
Short form of Ekaterine.
Ekuna ეკუნა f Georgian
Diminutive of Ekaterine and its short forms Eka 2 and Eko, as it contains the Georgian diminutive suffix -უნა (-una).
Ekusha ეკუშა f Georgian
Diminutive of Ekaterine and its short forms Eka 2 and Eko, as it contains the Georgian diminutive suffix -უშა (-usha).
Ekvtime ექვთიმე 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 ელდარი m Georgian
Form of Eldar with the Georgian nominative suffix -ი (-i). It is only used in Georgian when the name is written stand-alone.
Eldino ელდინო f Georgian (Rare)
Meaning as of yet unknown. It might possibly be a Georgian diminutive of a name that starts with Eld-, since -ინო (-ino) can be a diminutive suffix in Georgian.
Eleniko ელენიკო f Georgian
Diminutive of Elene.
Elepter ელეფთერ m Georgian (Rare)
Georgian form of Eleutherios (see Eleutherius) via its modern Greek form Eleftherios.
Elguja ელგუჯა m Georgian, Literature
Georgian form of Elgüc. Known bearers of this name include the Georgian politician Elguja Gvazava (b. 1952) and the Georgian scientist and military figure Elguja Medzmariashvili (b... [more]
Eliazar ელიაზარ m Georgian
Georgian form of Eleazar.
Eliko ელიკო f Georgian
Diminutive of Elene, which is often used as an independent name rather than as an unofficial nickname.
Elioz ელიოზ m Georgian (Rare)
Georgian form of Elias. This was the name of a Catholicos-Patriarch of Georgia from the early 15th century.
Elise ელისე m Georgian
Georgian form of Elisha.
Elpide ელპიდე f Georgian (Rare)
Georgian form of Elpida and/or Elpidia.
Elvard ელვარდ m Georgian (Rare)
Means "rose of the nation", derived from Old Turkic el meaning "country, state, society" (see Eldar) combined with Georgian ვარდი (vardi) meaning "rose", which is ultimately of Iranian origin... [more]
Elza ელზა f Georgian, Hungarian, Latvian, Silesian, Slovene
Georgian, Hungarian, Latvian, Silesian and Slovene form of Elsa.
Elziko ელზიკო f Georgian (Rare)
Diminutive of Elza.
Emeliane ემელიანე m Georgian (Rare)
Georgian form of Aemilianus (see Emiliano).
Emzar ემზარ m Georgian
Meaning uncertain, but thought to be of Iranian origin. Georgian sources state that it might mean "cohabitant", whilst a Russian source derives the name from the Persian noun زر (zar) meaning "gold".
Enriko ენრიკო m Georgian
Pet form of Henrikh.
Enuk ენუქ m Georgian (Rare)
Georgian form of Enoch.
Enveri ენვერი m Georgian (Rare)
Variant form of Enver.
Epaprodite ეპაფროდიტე m Georgian (Archaic)
Georgian form of Epaphroditos.
Epemia ეფემია f Georgian
Georgian form of Euphemia.
Epipane ეპიფანე m Georgian (Archaic)
Georgian form of Epiphanes and/or Epiphanius.
Epraksia ეპრაქსია f Armenian, Georgian (Rare)
Armenian and Georgian form of Eupraxia (see Yevpraksiya).
Eprem ეფრემ m Georgian (Rare)
Georgian form of Ephrem. This name was borne by two Catholicos-Patriarchs of Georgia: the first lived in the late 15th century, the other in the 20th century.
Eprosine ეფროსინე f Georgian
Georgian form of Euphrosyne.
Erasti ერასტი m Georgian (Rare)
Georgian form of Erastos (see Erastus).
Eremia ერემია m Georgian (Rare), Romanian (Rare)
Modern Georgian and Romanian form of Yirmiyahu (see Jeremiah). The older Georgian form of the name is Ieremia.
Eremo ერემო m Georgian (Rare)
Short form of Eremia and perhaps also of Ieremia.
Ermalo ერმალო m Georgian (Rare)
Short form or variant of Ermaloz.
Ermaloz ერმალოზ m Georgian (Rare)
Georgian form of Hermolaos.
Erosi ეროსი m Georgian (Rare)
Georgian form of Eros.
Esaia ესაია m Georgian (Rare)
Georgian form of Yesha'yahu (see Isaiah) via its hellenized form Esaias. Also compare Isaia.
Ese ესე m Georgian (Rare)
Meaning uncertain. It might possibly be a short form of Esaia or a variant of Iese. Also compare Sese.
Eshkha ეშხა f Georgian (Rare)
Derived from the Georgian noun ეშხი (eshkhi) meaning "attractiveness", which ultimately comes from Arabic عشق (ishq) meaning "love, passion".
Estate ესტატე m Georgian (Rare)
Modern Georgian form of Eustathios (see Eustathius). The older Georgian form of the name is Evstati... [more]
Eta ეთა f Georgian
Short form of Eter.
Eteriko ეთერიკო f Georgian (Rare)
Diminutive of Eter.
Etiko ეთიკო f Georgian
Diminutive of Eter and its short forms Eta and Eto.
Eto ეთო f Georgian
Short form of Eter.
Etuna ეთუნა f Georgian
Diminutive of Eter and its short forms Eta and Eto, as it contains the Georgian diminutive suffix -უნა (-una).
Evdemon ევდემონ 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... [more]
Evdemoz ევდემოზ m Georgian (Rare)
Georgian form of Eudemos. This was the name of two Catholicos-Patriarchs of Georgia: the first lived in the 17th century, the other in the 18th century.
Evdokime ევდოკიმე m Georgian (Archaic)
Georgian form of Eudokimos.
Evdoksia ევდოქსია f Georgian (Archaic), Bulgarian, Russian
Georgian form of Eudoxia as well as a variant transcription of Evdoksiya (Bulgarian) and Yevdoksiya (Russian).
Evdukse ევდუქსე m Georgian (Archaic)
Georgian form of Eudoxios.
Evgrapi ევგრაფი m Georgian (Archaic)
Georgian form of Eugraphos (perhaps via its variant form Eugraphios).
Eviko ევიკო f & m Georgian
Diminutive of Eva (feminine) and Evgeni (masculine).
Evlale ევლალე m Georgian (Archaic)
Georgian form of Eulalos. This name was borne by two Catholicoi of Caucasian Iberia: the first lived in the 6th century AD, the other in the 7th century AD.
Evlali ევლალი m Georgian (Archaic)
Georgian form of Eulalios.
Evlavi ევლავი m Georgian (Archaic), History (Ecclesiastical)
Georgian form of Eulabios via its modern Greek transcription Evlavios.... [more]
Evnoike ევნოიკე m Georgian (Archaic)
Georgian form of both Eunoicus and Eunoikos.
Evnon ევნონ m Georgian (Archaic), History (Ecclesiastical)
Georgian form of Eunon via its modern Greek transcription Evnon. This was the name of a 7th-century Catholicos of Caucasian Iberia.
Evsebi ევსები m Georgian (Archaic)
Older Georgian form of Eusebios, which has fallen out of use. The modern form is Evsevi.
Evsevi ევსევი m Georgian (Rare)
Modern Georgian form of Eusebios.
Evstate ევსტათე m Georgian (Rare)
Variant form of Evstati.
Evstati ევსტათი m Bulgarian, Georgian (Rare)
Bulgarian form of Eustathios (see Eustathius) as well as an older Georgian form of the name. The modern Georgian form is Estate... [more]
Evstolia ევსტოლია f Georgian (Archaic)
Georgian form of Eustolia.
Evtikhi ევტიხი m Georgian (Rare)
Georgian form of Eutychios (see Eutychius).
Fatman ფატმან f Georgian (Rare)
Variant transcription of Patman.
Gabrieli გაბრიელი m Sicilian, Georgian
Sicilian form of Gabriel as well as the Georgian nominative case form of the name. It is only used in Georgian when the name is written stand-alone.
Gabro გაბრო m Georgian
Georgian short form of Gabriel.
Gaga გაგა m Georgian
According to two Georgian sources, the meaning of this name is unknown.... [more]
Gaiozi გაიოზი m Georgian
Form of Gaioz with the Georgian nominative suffix -ი (-i). It is only used in Georgian when the name is written stand-alone.
Gamlet ჰამლეტ m Russian, Armenian, Georgian
Russian form of Hamlet. Armenians and Georgians who are proficient in Russian will sometimes use this form to transcribe Համլետ (Hamlet) and ჰამლეტ (Hamlet)... [more]
Garsevan გარსევან 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... [more]
Gedevan გედევან m Georgian (Rare)
Georgian form of Gid'on (see Gideon) via its hellenized form Gedeon.
Gedia გედია m & f Georgian (Rare)
Derived from the Georgian noun გედი (gedi) meaning "swan" (as in, the bird). This etymology applies to Gedia both as a masculine name and as a feminine name, but especially as a feminine name... [more]
Gega გეგა m Georgian
Meaning uncertain. The earliest known attestation of this name occurs in a Georgian source from the 16th century AD. It might possibly be related to Georgian გეგმა (gegma) meaning "plan, project" and Georgian გეგმი (gegmi) meaning "plan" as well as "law, custom".... [more]
Gege გეგე m Georgian (Rare)
Variant of Gega.
Gegi გეგი m Georgian
Variant of Gega.
Geliko გელიკო m Georgian (Rare)
Diminutive of Gela.
Gelodi გელოდი m Georgian (Rare)
Variant of Velodi.
Geluka გელუკა m Georgian
Diminutive of Gela.
Geniko გენიკო m & f Georgian (Rare)
Diminutive of Evgeni and Genadi for men and of Evgenia for women.