|Number in U.S||👶 155,000|
|Rate in 2021||418|
|Name origin||🌍 Latin|
Meaning and originality:
Georgia is the Latin and female version of George. George comes from the Greek word "geogros" which means "farmer". When Saint George became the patron of England in the 14the century, George became very popular among the people who spoke English. Saint George lived in the fourth century and was beheaded for his Christian beliefs. His legend was resurrected during the Crusades when the Christians tried to capture the holy land. Something that adds extra credit to this name is that overall six kings of the United Kingdom were named George from the 18th to the 20th century. George is still very popular in England. It was the 9th popular name in England in 2010. George has several female versions which include: Georgette (French), Jorja (Spanish), Georgina (also Latinate), as well as Georgie and Gina.
Here are some famous people named Georgia:
Georgia O'Keeffe (artist)
Georgia of Clermont (5th century French nun and saint)
Georgia Brown (English singer)
What are your baby’s characteristics like when you name her Georgia?
A person with this name is usually on the extremes ends of the material spectrum. With such a name you either have a lot of material wealth or you have none. You will make a great CEO. Two words that describe you are balance and power.
What you want in life is to have a good time and enjoy your life. This is exactly why other people like you and tell other people about you. This might be reason behind you being a natural flirt. You are an entertainer who loves to express his feelings and opinions to others. When it comes to your personality, you have a good balance between your mental and emotional aspects.
You have great vision that can make you wealthy. You are great at analytical tasks. You are well-organized and can make things happen. Your reaction to events is decisive and effective, even without prior planning.
How do people react to you?
People look at you as someone who is stimulating and charismatic. You can seem talkative at times as well. You naturally attract, influence, and inspire the people around you. You usually wear functional clothes that work during day and night events. People are attracted to your ideas and projects because you radiate a potential for success.
People generally see this name as being wholesome, natural, and complex.
Lucky colors: Dark colors such as dark blue, gray, purple, or black
Lucky day(s): Thursday
Georgia experienced her peak of popularity over 100 years ago. Until 1940s Georgia maintained a high frequency but after that it fell down rapidly. The lowest point for Georgia came in 1980. In that period this name was given to less than 300 girls each year. In the last 20 years Georgia has got back almost 400 positions in the charts but it is still away from the top names. In the past couple of years several well-known figures have chosen this name for their daughters including Harry Connick Jr., Mick Jagger and William Macy. Generally we believe this is a great name that sounds classic but also has a southern ring to it.
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A show I just recently discovered called "Dead Like Me" has a character named Georgia and every one calls her "George" I think it is an awesome unique name and it fit her personality. I think its cool when names like this are boy and girl names(:
My 3 year granddaughter is named Georgia, inspired by a character (beautiful, smart blonde) on Ally McBeal. I wasn't sure how I liked it at first but it has grown on me, just LOVE the little girl AND the name. Not over'sed like Emma and Madison, classic and a great song
thats my name :D but mine is spelt jorja! people always spell it wrong, i am named after my granmother but my parents decided to spell my name like that'so i can have my my own name and feel unique
I know some Georgia's and I know that'sometimes they have pronunciation problems. They say "Georg-i-a" and I prefer the newer'spelling "Jorja". To me, it is quite a masculine name as well.
My name is Georgia and I really like it :) It's super unique and cute! Although hearing "Georgia on my Mind" everytime I'meet someone got old after like the 500th time haha. Also ther's a toliet paper/paper product company name Georgia Pacific which is weird to be like peeing somewhere and see your name on the toilet paper dispenser...haha. I have yet to meet another person who is younger than 50 named Georgia..It's a very old victorian name but It's adorable :) a few people call me Gia and a few call me Geo so the nicknames for the name arn't too harsh! I think you should name your daughter Georgia.
My grandaughter's name is Georgia. I think that it is a very beautiful name.
My name is Georgia, yet it is constantly being mistaken for Georgie, Georgina, Georgini and George. I really like my name and people often comment on it.
my best friend is called georgia. i have never liked the name, but recently ive found it is sort of exotic somehow but i cant explain why. however i would not call my kid this unless i was south american or korean or greek or something - dont ask me why but i wouldn't!!
My name is Georgia and I love it. I'meet a lot of people because of my job, and I'm often complimented on my name. Like one of the previous comments, I also get serenaded with "Georgia On My Mind," but it never gets old. I'm always flattered by it :) The only con is that'sometimes people mistakenly call me Georgina or Gloria, but It's a small price to pay. I have never met another Georgia (i've heard of othe's, though), and it might sound silly, but I kind of don't want to. I like having a name that's not over-the-top-weird, but still pretty unique.
My Daughter's name. I have always loved it and always get tons on compliments on her name
It's a gorgeous, warm, sassy name - reminds me of the great BrIt'sh jazz singer Georgia Brown.
My Sisters name is Georgia, and she often gets called Georgie-Porgie. She has, on occassions, spelt it like "Jorja". She likes her name, and it reminds me of someone whos chubby, even'though she Isn't at all!
I love my name, not many people have it. My mom named me after where my grandpa was born, and after the late great georgia Okeefe. It exudes confidence and uniqueness, just like me! Mt friends call me Gee Gee. Sometimes I like it, sometimes I dont. Depends on the person. LOL.