Juri

Juri is an Estonian and Russian male name, the Slavic form of George meaning “farmer, earthworker”. Juri is also a Japanese female name, likely influenced by Julie, though it has various meanings depending on the kanji used: ju 樹 “tree, timber” + ri 里 “village” (樹里); ju 樹 “tree, timber” + ri 梨 “pear” (樹梨); ju 朱 “vermilion; cinnabar; scarlet” + ri 理 “logic reason” (朱理); ju 朱 “vermilion; cinnabar; scarlet” + ri 里 “village”…

Georgina

Georgina is the feminine form of George, the English form of Greek Georgios, which means “farmer, earthworker” from georgos made up from Greek elements ge (earth) and ergon (work). Nicknames: Georgie, Gina Origin: Ancient Greek, Proto-Indo-European Variants: Georgiana (English, Romanian) Georgianna (English) Georgeanna (English) Georgia (English, Greek) Georgina (English, Dutch, German, Spanish) Georgine (English) Georgene (English) Georgette (French) Georgine (French) Georgelle (English) Jorja (English) Gergana…

Jory

Jory is a Cornish male name, the Cornish form of George which is the English form of Ancient Greek Georgios meaning “farmer, earthworker” via georgos made up from Greek elements ge (earth) and ergon (work). As a female given name, Jory could be used as a short form of Marjory, a variant spelling of Marjorie (a Medieval English variant of Margery) which comes from Margaret via Ancient Greek margarítēs meaning “pearl” ultimately derived…

Georgiana

Georgiana is the feminine form of George, the English form of Greek Georgios, which means “farmer, earthworker” from georgos made up from Greek elements ge (earth) and ergon (work). Nicknames: Georgie, Gia, Giana, George, Anna Origin: Ancient Greek, Proto-Indo-European Variants: Georgianna (English) Georgeanna (English) Georgia (English, Greek) Georgina (English, Dutch, German, Spanish) Georgine (English) Georgene (English) Georgette (French) Georgine (French) Georgelle (English) Jorja (English)…

Gina

Gina comes from a short form of names ending in -gina such as Regina (meaning “queen” from Latin), Georgina (the feminine form of George meaning “farmer, earthworker); Aegina (from Greek meaning “of a goat, goat); Virginia (which comes from a Roman cognomen of unknown meaning though often associated with Latin virgo “maid, virgin”); Luigina (the Italian diminutive of Luigia, the Italian feminine form of Louis…

Yorick

Yorick is an English variant of Danish and Norwegian Jørg, a short form of Jørgen, from Jürgen, a Low German form of English name George derived from Greek name Georgios meaning “earthworker, farmer” from Greek elements ge (earth) and ergon (work). Yorick is a character in Shakespeare’s Hamlet; he is a dead court jester whose skull is…

Georgelle

Georgelle is an English female name, the feminine form of George, the English form of Greek Georgios, which means “farmer, earthworker” from georgos made up from Greek elements ge (earth) and ergon (work). Origin: Ancient Greek Variants: Georgette (French, English) Georgia (English, Greek) Georgiana (English, Romanian) Georgina (English, Dutch, German, Spanish) Georgeanna (English) Georgine (English) Georgene (English) Georgine (French) Jorja (English) Gergana (Bulgarian) Đurađa (Serbian,…

Georgette

Georgette is the French feminine form of George which is the English form of Greek Georgios, which means “farmer, earthworker” from georgos made up from Greek elements ge (earth) and ergon (work). Nicknames: George, Georgie, Ettie Origin: Ancient Greek Variants: Georgia (English, Greek) Georgiana (English, Romanian) Georgina (English, Dutch, German, Spanish) Georgeanna (English) Georgine (English) Georgene (English) Georgine (French) Jorja (English) Gergana (Bulgarian) Đurađa…

George

George is the English form of Greek Georgios, which means “farmer, earthworker” from georgos made up from Greek elements ge (earth) and ergon (work). George is also a surname derived from the given name. Origin: Ancient Greek Variants: Georgios (Ancient Greek, Greek) Georgius (Latinized Greek) Giorgos (Modern Greek) Yiorgos (Greek) Yorgos (Greek) Gjergj (Albanian) Gevorg (Armenian) Kevork (Armenian) Gorka (Basque) Georgi (Bulgarian)…

Yuri

Yuri is a variant trancription of Yuriy, the Russian and Ukrainian form of George, the English form of Greek Georgios meaning “farmer, earthworker” from ge (earth) and ergon (work). Yuri is also a Japanese female name meaning “lily” though there could be other meanings depending on the kanji used, as well as also being a Korean female name with various meanings…