The personality of the name Geraldine
Geraldine is a focused, independent woman with a spirit full of energy that radiates joy wherever she goes. She tends to be a bit wild and vivacious, which attracts a lot of attention from the people around her. She is also very communicative and social.
With her friends, she is open, loyal, and trustworthy. She likes to participate in social gatherings with her friends, so she is always planning an adventure to escape from the routine. In addition, Geraldine has a great sense of humor and is always surrounded by many friends.
In the workplace, she is curious, organized, and active. Of course, he does not like to waste time on nonsense and focuses on his activities to meet his objectives efficiently. She is not afraid of challenges either and she stands out when it comes to contributing ideas to projects.
In love, she is dominant and somewhat possessive. It is common for Geraldine to be the one in control of the relationship, but due to her sweet and soft character, this is not a problem in her relationships. Also, it is not strange that Geraldine is the one who takes the first step to looking for her relationships since she is determined and risky.
Celebrities named GeraldineGeraldine Chaplin: She is a famous American actress and daughter of the famous film actor Charles Chaplin.
Geraldine Page: American actress who is known as “The great lady of America”.
Geraldine Lapalus: a renowned French actress and model.
Geraldine Galvan: is a young actress and singer of Mexican origin.
Diminutives and variations of the name Geraldine
These are the best-known diminutives and variations of the name Geraldine
Geral, Geraldyne, Geraldin, Gerita, Gera, Gery, Geraldina, Geraldo (its male variant)
The name Geraldine in other languages
So you can see how the name Geraldine is written in other languages, we leave you this list of the best-known translations of this name:< /br>Greek: Τζεραλντίν
German: Geraldin or Geraldine
Arabic: جيراندي Geraldine's Saint Day
Women named Geraldine celebrate their saint on September ۲۴.
Numerology of the name Geraldine
Numerology associates the name Geraldine with the number ۹, which represents tenacity, positive energy, and the joy of people.
I am French and my name is Geraldine. My father chose it because of Geraldine Chaplin. I was not very fan of it when I was young (especially because there is no easy and nice nickname for it) but I have learned to appreciate it with the time. It is original and I love its signification. The origin of this name is coming from an ancient Germanic language and means 'rules by spear' or 'spear ruler' (gēr = spear / wald = rule)
My name is Geraldine and most people pronounce it wrong and because im Afrikaans its not easy to pronounce it and tell people what's my name
My name is Geraldine and I hate it. I beli've it is an Irish name. All my life i've been called Gez - I really don't mind that but people kept asking me what it was short for - I got a bit fed up with this so I changed my name to Jess because It'sounds like Gez - hopefully I won't get all the questions now.
This is my name. People usually say, oh that's a pretty name.? Nobody really pronounces it wrongs but some people try to spell it Emelia, which I have met some Emelias. I have one Amelia who goes to my dance studio. She's like 5 though. And then last year there was an Amelia who was like 13-14. I am proud to have the name Amelia. My mom said she named me that cause she wanted me to be stronge and confident like Amelia Air heart. Yes I know I spelt her last name wrong.
My name is Geraldine and i admit that growing up with it was hard for me. People couldn't pronounce it right and i hated the nickname Gerry cause everyone said: " like Tom and Jerry", it was so annoying. But now that I'm older i love it, It'sounds femenine and unique, and now i like Gerry, its cool to have a boys nickname. With all this comments I'm second guessing naming my girl Geraldine.
I was given'the name Geraldine by my mother, who prayed to St. Gerard Majella, the patron saint of expectant mothe's. I am grateful that her prayers were answered and that'she gave me a feminine name. My birth coincided with the release of the fI'm,'Dr. Zhivago', starring Geraldine Chaplin and her name became very popular the following year. It is nice to know that othe's share this name and to read their comments.
My mother was named Josephine and my dad Gerald. She died when I was eight and I don't know how they chose the name but suspect it was a deliberate combination of Josephine and Gerald. My friends call me Gerri and my siblings call me Din or Dinny.
I was named after my great-grandma. I never liked my name and planned on telling othe's to call me a different name. However, a lot of people have started calling me Geraldine instead pf Geri. It bothe's me because even my closest friend is calling me Geraldine after i've corrected her'several times. The funny thing is she can't even pronounce it right, so it bothe's me even more. However, I do not mind my name,I just wish people didn't think of it as some weird name.
My name is Geraldine, I hated my name as a child. But I have found as i've got older I quite like it. It's nice not to have a really common Christian name.
At first growing up I didnt like my name, people either couldnt pronounce it or refused to say my name and would give me nicknames: Gerry, Ger, G, Gerald.... etc etc. Over time I realised how that there wasnt a single other Geraldine that existed around me. All through primary school, secondary school and College I was the only Geraldine which I thought was pretty cool. Also the fact that it originates from France is pretty awesome &&& how in German it means Ruler of Spear or Spear ruler. I am a 20 year old Geraldine (LOL) in 2019. nice to meet you other Geraldines.
Ive just makes my child Geraldine, I love it and I love that no one else I know has the'same name. I used the name Geraldine as our 5th generation family property is called Geraldine, and I wanted to honour my family somehow. Everyone loves it
i know a 15/16 year old named geraldine, and an adult.