Jorge name meaning
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What does Jorge mean?
Mainly used in Danish, Finnish, Spanish, Sami, Gujarati, Portuguese, Norwegian, English, Swedish and Tamil loved, Jorge aimed at both genders has its origin in Old Greek, meaning of Jorge is "Farmer, A Tiller of the Soil, Earthworker, Worker of the Earth or Bauer".
Jorge is a variant of saintly and popular Jörgen. Jörgen is form of or Jürgen Georg in Danish language. Also Jörgen is German equivalent of Georg. Of Old Greek origin, Famed Jörgen, Jörgen means "Bauer, Farmer and Earthworker".
Jorge is a form of ever lasting and trendy George. George is English equivalent of Georgius. Prevalent George is originated from Old Greek, George means "Farmer and A Tiller of the Soil".
Jorge is a variant form of saintly and popular Jörg. Jörg is version of sacred and customary Georg. Jörg is form of Jörgen in German language. Also Jörg is German equivalent of Georg.
Jörg means Earthworker and Bauer is originated from Old Greek. Also Jorge is Spanish and Portuguese cognate of Georgius. The name is celebrated on April 23rd.
How do I pronounce Jorge?
The most common way to pronounce two syllabled Jorge is hor-hay(Spanish);Zhor-zhe(Portuguese). The other ways to say the name are j(o)-rge or jor-ge.
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How popular is the name Jorge?
Jorge was a popular name in United States. Over 131545 babies have been named Jorge since 1910. When at its peak in 1993, 3517 boys were bestowed the name and it was ranked at 107th position.
However after 155 years, the name is currently sliding down on the charts but still performing better than most of the names. Moreover, the first name has been to the top 500 baby names a staggering 70 times Also, Jorge is a popular in Spain where over 37550 new-borns have been given the name since 2002.
When at its peak in 2002, 3370 boys were bestowed the name and it was ranked at 11st position. Moreover, the given name has been to the top 50 baby names 16 times
Jorge is a common name in France given to over 2547 babies in 63 years.
At the peak of its usage in 1972, it ranked 198th when 236 parents chose the moniker for their baby boys. Jorge is a familiar baby name in England and Wales, it has been in use since 1996 and was able to reach the top 600 names.
In 1999, it achieved its highest ever ranking of 528 on boy names chart when 56 babies were named Jorge. There are over 817 babies that have been given the name Jorge in England and Wales.
Jorge is an uncommon baby name in Belgium where it is still in use. However things change on global perspective, Jorge is extremely popular in Mexico where every 1 in 110 have the name as well as in, Argentina, Brazil, Colombia, Peru, Ecuador, Chile, Venezuela, Guatemala, Mozambique, Angola, Portugal and Cuba.
Also the baby name is popular in Bolivia, Honduras, Paraguay, Puerto Rico, Costa Rica, El Salvador, Uruguay, Dominican Republic, Philippines, Panama, Nicaragua, Guinea-Bissau, East Timor and Canada. According to our evaluation, at least 6150000 people have been bestowed Jorge around the globe.
Jorge in Nordic countries
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Numerological analysis of Jorge
You are all about justice and can't stand people who interfere in other people's lives. You are undoubtedly a born leader. You are good at envisioning projects and develop them on your own. To have dreams you want to accomplish means having a reason to wake up in the morning. You want to be an example of how everyone should live their life. Your only flaw is your kindness and naivety. Learn how to put your skills and abilities to work and get things done on your own.
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- Ilektra means Bernstein or The Shining is especially used in Greek
- Jekaterina means The Pure is majorly used in Finnish and Danish and is aimed at baby girls has origin in Old Greek
- Anyssa - Unconventional girl name Anyssa means "Variant of Anne or Agnes or Pure", used specifically in English is originated from Greek, Hebrew and Old Greek languages
- Argie - Of Old Greek origin, Well-Liked and Vintage Argie bestowed upon both sexes, Argie means "Bright". Argie is short version of Argus.
- Sharmin - Primarily used in Hindi and Arabic uncustomary, Sharmin aimed at both sexes, meaning of Sharmin is "Happy, Shy or Lucky" is originated from English and Old Greek
Famous people named Jorge
- Jorge Camacho, writer in Esperanto and Spanish
- Jorge Pullin, Horace Hearne Chair
- Jorge de Montemor, Portuguese novelist and poet
- Jorge Quiroga, nicknamed 'Tuto Quiroga'
- Jorge Sampaio, Portuguese lawyer and politician
- Jorge Serrano Elías, was President of Guatemala
- Jorge Toriello Garrido, was one of the three leaders of the first government that ruled Guatemala
- Jorge Montt, vice admiral
- Jorge Rivera, basketball player from San Juan, Puerto Rico
- Jorge Pablo Chapoy, athlete from Mexico
- Jorge González von Marées, Chilean political figure and author
- Jorge Enea Spilimbergo, Argentine nationalist socialist politician, poet
- Jorge Vergara, Mexican businessman and film producer
- Jorge Castillo, Spanish-born painter and sculptor
- Jorge Pacheco Areco, Uruguayan politician and member of the Colorado Party
- Jorge Lanata, Argentine journalist and writer
- Jorge Palma, Portuguese singer and songwriter
- Jorge Solano Moreta, admitted drug seller from Puerto Rico
- Jorge Meléndez, was born to Rafael Meléndez and Mercedes Ramírez
- Jorge Maronna, Argentine multi-instrumentalist, composer, singer
- Jorge Bobone, Argentinian astronomer
- Jorge Edwards, Chilean novelist, journalist and diplomat
- Jorge Aguilera, retired male track and field sprinter from Cuba
- Jorge Carpizo McGregor, Mexican jurist
- Jorge Morel, He is now living and working in New York City
- Jorge Vinatea Reinoso, Peruvian painter and caricaturist
- Jorge Reinel, Portuguese cartographer and instructor
- Jorge Lankenau, Mexican banker and businessman
- Jorge Ferrer, US-based Spanish psychologist and participatory thinker
- Jorge Zontal, Canadian artist
- Jorge Oteiza, Basque Spanish sculptor, painter
- Jorge Valls, Cuban activist and poet of
- Jorge de Lima, Brazilian politician, physician, poet, novelist
- Jorge Liderman, Argentine-born American composer
- Jorge González Torres, Mexican politician
- Jorge Ruiz, former field hockey player from Argentina,
- Jorge Urrutia, Chilean composer, educator and writer
- Jorge Velarde, Contemporary Latin American painter from Ecuador
- Jorge de Menezes, Portuguese explorer,
- Jorge Altamira, Argentine activist and politician leading the Workers' Party
- Jorge Bravo de Rueda, Peruvian pianist and composer
- Jorge Del Castillo, Peruvian lawyer and politician
- Jorge Seijo, radio and television personality
- Jorge Molina Enríquez, Cuban actor and film director
- Jorge Medina, Chilean Cardinal of the Roman Catholic Church
- Jorge María Mejía, Argentine cardinal of the Roman Catholic Church
- Jorge Ángel Livraga Rizzi, Argentinian poet, novelist, self-taught philosopher
- Jorge Liberato Urosa Savino, Venezuelan Cardinal of the Roman Catholic Church
- Jorge Allende, Chilean biochemist and biophysicist
- Jorge E. Hirsch, Argentine American professor of physics at the University of California
- Jorge Luis Borges, Argentine short-story writer, essayist
- Jorge Porcel, Argentine comedy actor and television host
- Jorge Castro, Argentine boxer and former middleweight champion of the world
- Jorge Ramos, Mexican-born American journalist and author
- Jorge Páez, Mexican actor
- Jorge Arce, Mexican former professional boxer
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- Baby Names that mean Farmer
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