Georgia (name)


Georgia (name)

Georgia is a female given name derived from the Greek for "farmer". It may also be derived from the U.S. state of Georgia.

Persons bearing the name include:

* Georgia of Clermont (d. 500), saint, nun, and hermitess
* Georgia Brown (English singer) (1933–1992)
* Georgia Brown (Brazilian singer), notable for her extensive vocal range
* Georgia Carroll (b. 1919), American singer, model, and actress
* Georgia Engel (b. 1948), American actress
* Georgia Gibbs (1919–2006), American singer
* Georgia Frontiere (1927–2008), co-owner of the St Louis Rams
* Georgia Hale, (1905–1985), American silent movie actress
* Georgia Harkness (1891–1974), Methodist theologian
* Georgia Douglas Johnson (1880–1966), American poet
* Georgia King (b. 1986), British actress
* Georgia Moffett (b. 1984) English actress
* Georgia Anne Muldrow, American singer and musician
* Georgia O'Keeffe (1887–1986), American artist
* Georgia Slowe (b. 1966) English actress
* Georgia Tann (d. 1950) operator of the Tennessee Children's Home Society
* Georgia Thompson (b. c.1950), Wisconsin civil servant
* Georgia White (1903–c.1980), American blues singer

ee also

* George male name
* Georgina female name


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