|Number of People||👶 1,500,000|
|Rate in 2021||240|
|Name origin||🌍 Greek|
George is a boy's name. It means "the man who works the land" or "the farmer". vocative became popular in the eleventh century, thanks to the legend of Saint George, who was a Roman soldier executed for his Christian faith.
Jorge is a name that comes from the Greek words "Geo" which means "earth" and "Ergon" which translates as "person who works". The union of these words results in "Georgos", which translates as "man who works the land" or also "the farmer man".
Etymologically, this George comes from the Greek “geōrgos” which means ‘farmer’. Two elements in this name are derived from the Greek “g (earth) and “herein” (to work). The most prominent figure named George was an early 4th century saint who would eventually become the patron saint of England in the 14th century. Saint George was a famous military soldier in the Roman army which was ruled by a pagan king. He was ultimately beheaded because he refused to denounce his Christian faith.
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