Djordje meaning and origin

Gender: Boy
Origin: Slavic and Old Greek
Usage: Slavic
Meaning: Farmer and A Tiller of the Soil
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Used primarily in Slavic recent and uncommon, Djordje is a boy name is originated from Slavic and Old Greek. Djordje is a variant form of evergreen and saintly George. George is English cognate of Georgius. George means A Tiller of the Soil and Worker of the Earth is originated from Old Greek.

Variants of Djordje

George, Georgios, Georgius, Deorsa, Jurek, Yorrick, Georgeanthony, Georg, Georges, Juri

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Popularity of Djordje

Djordje is a rare baby name in United States there is very thin chances of it still being given. And also in England and Wales. Also, Djordje is a familiar name in Montenegro, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Serbia, Austria, Kosovo, Germany and Canada. According to our estimate, over 2000 babies have been named Djordje globally.



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Numerological analysis of Djordje

Not everyone deserves your attention. Leave your sense of morality for another life. You never establish clumsy connections. Once you put your mind to something, there's no letting go until you get it done. You are always being straight. Stay true to yourself and your friends. You want to travel the world and inspire people to do the same. Disloyalty, dishonesty, and betrayal are things that you can't stand because you are an honest and reliable person.

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Namesakes of Djordje

    Djordje Milosavljevic in Apsolutnih sto as Writer
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  • Djordje Kadijevic in Leptirica as Director
  • Djordje Abadzijev in tvMovie Tabakerata as Writer

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