Georges meaning and origin

Gender: Boy
Origin: Old Greek
Usage: French, Finnish, Swedish, Danish and Norwegian
Pronunciation: \"pronunciation
Meaning: Farmer, Earthworker and Worker of the Earth
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Georges means Farmer, Earthworker or Worker of the Earth is originated from Old Greek bestowed upon baby boys is used chiefly in Finnish, Danish, Swedish, Norwegian and French. Georges is variant form of illustrous, virtuous and everlasting George. George is English equivalent of Georgius. George's meaning is Farmer Earthworker and A Tiller of the Soil is originated from Old Greek. Georges is equivalent of Georgius in French language. It is celebrated on April 23rd.

Variants of Georges

Georgios, Georgeta, George, Georgius, Deorsa, Jurek, Yorrick, Georgeanthony, Georgio, Georgette, Gordan, Georg

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Names that rhyme with Georges

Popularity of Georges

Georges is an extremely popular in France where over 405147 new-borns have been given the name since 1900. The name is current favorite of the parents, in 1900, it ranked 7th when 11229 parents chose the moniker for their baby boys. Moreover, the given name has been to the top 10 baby names 30 times A common name in Belgium having over 623 recievers in 24 years of usage. Currently peaking at the charts, the moniker grabbed the 87th spot and 119 baby boys were given the name.

Georges is an uncommon baby name in United States, although it has been in use since 1907 but could not make beyond the top 2000. Over 825 babies in United States have been named Georges. In England and Wales, it has been in use since 1996 and peaked in 1996 when it ranked 2020th. In Switzerland, it has been in use since 1998 and peaked in 2018 when it ranked 714th. But Georges is a popular baby name in DR Congo where every 1 in 2000 have the name as well as in, Madagascar, Cameroon, Burundi, Canada, Congo, Chad, Benin, Guinea, Haiti, Ethiopia, Egypt, Togo, Ivory Coast and Gabon. As per our findings, over 670000 people has been named Georges globally.

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Here's what numbers has to say about Georges

You are a man of action. You watch your mouth and think twice before you say something. Realizing your goals is what lifts your spirit and boosts your self-confidence. You can hardly resist a temptation, a trait which affects your relationships in a negative way. If you have letter S as your capstone, you don't respect people who don't respect themselves. You can turn from open-hearted to untouchable in a blink of an eye, especially when you are sad.

Other names similar to Georges

  •  Margrit - Queer girl name Margrit means "The Pearl", notably used in Danish and German has origin in Old Greek
  •  Corah means Cordula and Seething Pool used for baby girls is originated from Old Greek. Corah is derivative of Cora.
  •  Cyrilla - Unorthodox and Traditional girl name Cyrilla means "Proud, Mistress or Lady", used in English is originated from Old Greek language
  •  Riah - Illustrous Riah is used commonly in English aimed at both genders is originated from Spanish and Old Greek. Riah is English cognate of Rhea. Also Riah is English cognate of Ria
  •  Raïssa - Raïssa's meaning is Peace has origin in Greek
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Namesakes of Georges

    Georges Feydeau, French playwright of the era known as the Belle Époque
  • Georges Clemenceau, French politician
  • Georges Bizet, French composer of the Romantic era
  • Georges Auric, French composer, born in Lodève, Hérault
  • Georges Guibourg, French singer, author, writer, playwright, and actor, George Guibourg
  • Georges Guillain, French neurologist born in Rouen
  • Georges Lacombe, French sculptor and painter
  • Georges de Scudéry, French novelist, dramatist and poet
  • Georges Dor, 'Québécois' author, composer, playwright, singer
  • Georges Leygues, French politician of the Third Republic
  • Georges Marchais, head of the French Communist Party
  • Georges Duhamel, French author, born in Paris
  • Georges Couthon, French politician and lawyer
  • Georges Polti, French writer
  • Georges Duboeuf, founder of Les Vins Georges Duboeuf
  • Georges Rouault, French painter, draughtsman, and printer
  • Georges Richard, French racing driver and automobile industry pioneer
  • Georges Boillot, French Grand Prix motor racing driver and World War I fighter pilot
  • Georges Fournier, French astronomer
  • Georges Rayet, French astronomer
  • Georges Roesch, Swiss-born son of a German-born blacksmith turned Geneva garage operator and his French-born wife
  • Georges Rousse, French artist and photographer
  • Georges de La Tour, French Baroque painter,
  • Georges Louis Duvernoy, French zoologist
  • Georges Lefebvre, French historian
  • Georges Valensi, French telecommunications engineer who, in 1938
  • Georges Courteline, French dramatist and novelist
  • Georges Chometon, former French politician
  • Georges Biassou, early leader of the 1791 slave rising
  • Georges Leclanché, French electrical engineer chiefly remembered for his invention of the Leclanché cell
  • Georges Bégué, French engineer and agent
  • Georges Aleka Damas, Gabonese politician
  • Georges Izambard, French school teacher
  • Georges Aperghis, Greek composer working primarily
  • Georges Florovsky, Orthodox Christian priest, theologian
  • Georges Christen, Luxembourgish strongman
  • Georges van Vrekhem, Flemish Belgian journalist, poet and playwright,
  • Georges Duby, French historian
  • Georges Cuvier, French naturalist and zoologist
  • Georges Bataille, French intellectual and literary figure working
  • Georges Lemaître, Belgian Roman Catholic priest, astronomer
  • Georges Darboy, French Catholic priest
  • Georges Charpak, Polish-born French physicist from a Jewish family
  • Georges de Rham, Swiss mathematician
  • Georges Dumézil, French comparative philologist best
  • Georges Sorel, French philosopher and theorist of Sorelianism
  • Georges Canguilhem, French philosopher and physician
  • Georges Henri Halphen, He did his studies at École Polytechnique
  • Georges Cottier, Swiss Cardinal of the Roman Catholic Church
  • Georges J. F. Köhler, German biologist
  • Georges Braque, major 20th-century French painter, collagist
  • Georges Perec, French novelist, filmmaker, documentalist
  • Georges Carpentier, French boxer, actor and World War I pilot
  • Georges Seurat, French post-Impressionist painter and draftsman
  • Georges Danton, leading figure
  • Georges Simenon, Belgian writer
  • Georges Cadoudal, Breton politician
  • Georges Pompidou, was Prime Minister of France from 1962 to 1968—the longest tenure
  • Georges Vanier, Canadian soldier and diplomat
  • Georges Bidault, French politician
  • Georges Bernanos, French author, and a soldier in World War I
  • Georges Brassens, French singer-songwriter and poet
  • Georges Prêtre, French orchestral and opera conductor

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