Georg name meaning

✍  Updated on: March 19th, 2023
Gender: Unisex, both Boy and Girl
Origin: Old Greek
Usage: English, German, Scandinavian, Slavic, Faroese, Old Norse, Icelandic, Greenlandic, Finnish, Swedish, Danish and Norwegian
Pronunciation: pronunciation of Georg ge(o)-rg
Meaning: German Form of George, Earth, Farmer, Earthworker and Bauer
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What does Georg mean?

Meaning of Georg is German Form of George, Earth, Farmer, Earthworker or Bauer is rooted from Old Greek notably used in Old Norse, Swedish, Norwegian, Finnish, Faroese, Scandinavian, German, Greenlandic, Icelandic, Danish, English and Slavic is used as a gender-neutral name .

Georg is form of sacred Georgius. Georgius is version of loved and pious Georges. Georgius is resulted from George. Georgius is Latin form of Georgios. Meaning of Georgius is Worker of the Earth and Earthworker came from Old Greek is specifically used in Swedish and Finnish.

Georg is version of all time favorite and sacred George. George is equivalent of Georgius in English language. Queer George came from Old Greek language, meaning of George is "Worker of the Earth and Farmer".

How do I pronounce Georg?

The most common way to pronounce two syllabled Georg is ge(o)-rg.

Variants of Georg

Georgios, Jörg, George, Georgius, Jörgen, Deorsa, Jurek, Yorrick, Georgeanthony, Georges, Jorge, Görgen, Jörn, Juri, Georgeta, Georgio, Georgette, Gordan

How popular is the name Georg?

Georg is an uncommon baby name in United States, even after 67 years of use, it could not make it big. Over 486 people have been named Georg in United States. In Switzerland, it has been in use since 1998 but could not make beyond the top 600.

There are over 126 babies that have been given the name Georg in Switzerland. Georg is a rare baby name in England and Wales still in use today and also in France.

However things change on global perspective, Georg is extremely popular in Germany where every 1 in 300 have the name. Also the baby name is popular in Greece and Austria. At least, 510000 people globally have carried Georg as their given name according to our findings.

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Numerological aspects of Georg

You are a great friend, partner and care about your family a lot. Waking up at the same time every day, five times a week, makes you feel nervous and steals your energy away. Don't hang out with someone just to hang out with someone. Love is most important in your life. You possess great communication skills. You make your own rules. Focus on your dreams and create the life you always imagined for yourself.

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  •  Meliton means From the Isl or of Malta is originated from Old Greek is bestowed upon baby boys
  •  Bernetta - Imperishable and Commonly Accepted Bernetta is used substantially in English has origin in Old Greek and Germanic is bestowed upon baby girls. Bernetta is equivalent of Berenice in English language. Also Bernetta is form of Bernadette in English language
  •  Elnora - Prominent and Evergreen unisex name Elnora has its origin in Old Greek and Old Provençal, Elnora means "Variant of Eleanor or Light" is mostly used in English

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Famous people named Georg

  • Georg Philipp Telemann, German Baroque composer and multi-instrumentalist
  • Georg Major, Lutheran theologian of the Protestant Reformation
  • Georg von Neumayer, German polar explorer and scientist
  • Georg Mohr, Danish mathematician,
  • Georg Fabricius, Protestant German poet
  • Georg Solti, Hungarian-born orchestral and operatic conductor
  • Georg Dehio, Baltic German art historian
  • Georg Ebers, German Egyptologist and novelist
  • Georg Wilhelm Steller, German botanist, zoologist, physician and explorer
  • Georg Heinrich Pertz, German historian
  • Georg Heinrich von Görtz, Baron of Schlitz, diplomat in Swedish service
  • Georg Friedrich Schömann, German classical scholar of Swedish heritage
  • Georg Herwegh, German poet
  • Georg Muffat, Baroque composer and organist
  • Georg Steenke, German architect and a 'königlicher Baurat' of the Kingdom of Prussia
  • Georg Gottfried Gervinus, German literary and political historian
  • Georg Curtius, German philologist
  • Georg Baselitz, German painter, sculptor and graphic artist
  • Georg Christoph Wagenseil, Austrian composer
  • Georg Ludwig von Maurer, German statesman and legal historian
  • Georg Joseph Vogler, German composer, organist, teacher and theorist
  • Georg Stiernhielm, Swedish civil servant, linguist and poet
  • Georg Leibbrandt, Nazi German bureaucrat and diplomat
  • Georg Ferdinand Duckwitz, During World War II he served as an attaché for Nazi Germany
  • Georg Ritter von Schönerer, Austrian landowner and politician of the Austro-Hungarian Monarchy active
  • Georg Freytag, German philologist
  • Georg August Goldfuss, German palaeontologist, zoologist and botanist
  • Georg Christian Benedict Ackermann, German theologian and teacher
  • Georg Benedikt Winer, German Protestant theologian
  • Georg Perthes, German surgeon and X-ray diagnostic pioneer
  • Georg Sverdrup, Norwegian statesman
  • Georg Mehlis, German neo-Kantian philosopher
  • Georg Waitz, German historian and politician
  • Georg Hermes, German Roman Catholic theologian
  • Georg Friedrich Grotefend, German epigraphist and philologist
  • Georg Cantor, German mathematician
  • Georg Henrik von Wright, Finnish philosopher
  • Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel, (; ; Although Hegel remains a divisive figure
  • Georg Forster, German naturalist, ethnologist, travel writer
  • Georg Ohm, German physicist and mathematician
  • Georg Joachim Rheticus, mathematician, astronomer, cartographer
  • Georg Ernst Stahl, German chemist, physician and philosopher
  • Georg Simmel, German sociologist, philosopher, and critic
  • Georg von Peuerbach, Austrian astronomer
  • Georg Brandt, Swedish chemist and mineralogist
  • Georg Christoph Lichtenberg, German physicist, satirist, and Anglophile
  • Georg Wittig, German chemist
  • Georg von Békésy, Hungarian biophysicist born in Budapest, Hungary
  • Georg August Schweinfurth, Baltic German botanist
  • Georg Alexander Pick, Austrian born mathematician
  • Georg Hackl, German former luger
  • Georg Trakl, Austrian poet and brother of the pianist Grete Trakl
  • Georg von Trapp,
  • Georg Friedrich Creuzer, German philologist and archaeologist
  • Georg Magnus Sprengtporten, Swedish, Finnish and Russian politician
  • Georg Michaelis, was Chancellor of Germany for a few months
  • Georg Carl von Döbeln, Swedish friherre, Lieutenant General and war hero
  • Georg Brandes, Danish critic and scholar
  • Georg Büchner, German dramatist and writer of poetry and prose
  • Georg Tintner, Austrian-born conductor whose career was principally
  • Georg von Hertling, German politician
  • Georg Elser, German worker
  • Georg von Küchler, German Field Marshal and war criminal during World War II
  • Georg Friedrich, Prince of Prussia, current head of the Prussian branch of the House of Hohenzollern
  • Georg Dertinger, German politician

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