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  1. Geert

    Geert is a Dutch forename of Germanic origin, equivalent to German Gerd and English Gerry. The name is a condensed form of Gerard, itself a combination of the Germanic words ‘ger’ (spear) and ‘hard’ (strong or brave) meaning 'Strong or Brave with the Spear'. The name's common female equivalent is 'Geertje'. The pronunciation of the name varies slightly, depending on whether or not the speaker uses a variety of Dutch which distinguishes between the phonemes /x/ and /ɣ/. While speakers of most northern varieties of Dutch, which do not distinguish between the two phonemes, will pronounce the name as [χeːrt] or [xeːrt], speakers of southern varieties will generally pronounce it as [ɣeːrt]. Although 'Geert' can be used as a name in its own right, it is often the given name of persons who are formally called Gerard or Gerardus. The latter name refers usually to Saint Gerard of Toul or Saint Gerard Majella.

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  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of Geert in Chaldean Numerology is: 1

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of Geert in Pythagorean Numerology is: 1

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  1. Kimberly Morgan:

    Geert Wilders’s popular, but the Dutch system has a lot of coalitions and not many other parties appear willing to work with Geert Wilders.

  2. Pinchas Goldschmidt:

    Not only from the Freedom Party in Austria but also from the side of, for example, the National Front in France ... and also (Geert) Wilders in Holland, they all seem to want us Jews to say they are acceptable.

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    manifestly demonstrative
    • A. sesquipedalian
    • B. ostensive
    • C. askant
    • D. commensal

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