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dʒɔrdʒ; ˈʃtɛ fɑn ˈɑn toʊnGe·orge

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Princeton's WordNet

  1. George, Saint George, St. George(noun)

    Christian martyr; patron saint of England; hero of the legend of Saint George and the Dragon in which he slew a dragon and saved a princess (?-303)

  2. George, George VI(noun)

    King of Great Britain and Ireland and emperor of India from 1936 to 1947; he succeeded Edward VIII (1895-1952)

  3. George, George V(noun)

    King of Great Britain and Ireland and emperor of India from 1910 to 1936; gave up his German title in 1917 during World War I (1865-1936)

  4. George, George IV(noun)

    King of Great Britain and Ireland and Hanover from 1820 to 1830; his attempt to divorce his estranged wife undermined the prestige of the Crown (1762-1830)

  5. George, George III(noun)

    King of Great Britain and Ireland from 1760 to 1820; the American colonies were lost during his reign; he became insane in 1811 and his son (later George IV) acted as regent until 1820 (1738-1820)

  6. George, George II(noun)

    King of Great Britain and Elector of Hanover from 1727 to 1760 (1683-1760)

  7. George, George I(noun)

    Elector of Hanover and the first Hanoverian King of Great Britain and Ireland from 1714 to 1727 (1660-1727)

Wiktionary

  1. George(ProperNoun)

    or Georgia; also used in the conjoined name George Ann(e).

    Etymology: Name of an early saint, from Georgius, from Γεώργιος, from γεωργός.

  2. George(Noun)

    A coin bearing King George's profile.

    Take the Georges, Pew, and don’t stand here squalling.

    Etymology: Name of an early saint, from Latin Georgius, from Ancient Greek Γεώργιος ( Geṓrgios ) , from γεωργός ( geōrgós , " farmer, earth worker") , from γῆ ( gê , " earth") (combining form γεω- ( geō- ) ) + ἔργον ( érgon , " work") . ( aircraft autopilot ) : Probably named after George DeBeeson, who patented an early autopilot system.

  3. George(Noun)

    A jewelled figure of St George slaying the dragon, worn by Knights of the Garter.

    the King appears to be wearing a George containing the motto inside the gems, as it is in the jewel at Windsor.

    Etymology: Name of an early saint, from Latin Georgius, from Ancient Greek Γεώργιος ( Geṓrgios ) , from γεωργός ( geōrgós , " farmer, earth worker") , from γῆ ( gê , " earth") (combining form γεω- ( geō- ) ) + ἔργον ( érgon , " work") . ( aircraft autopilot ) : Probably named after George DeBeeson, who patented an early autopilot system.

  4. George(ProperNoun)

    A male given name from Ancient Greek

    Our ancient word of courage faire saint George | Inspire vs with the spleene of fierie Dragons,

    Etymology: Name of an early saint, from Latin Georgius, from Ancient Greek Γεώργιος ( Geṓrgios ) , from γεωργός ( geōrgós , " farmer, earth worker") , from γῆ ( gê , " earth") (combining form γεω- ( geō- ) ) + ἔργον ( érgon , " work") . ( aircraft autopilot ) : Probably named after George DeBeeson, who patented an early autopilot system.

  5. George(ProperNoun)

    An English and Welsh patronymic surname.

    Etymology: Name of an early saint, from Latin Georgius, from Ancient Greek Γεώργιος ( Geṓrgios ) , from γεωργός ( geōrgós , " farmer, earth worker") , from γῆ ( gê , " earth") (combining form γεω- ( geō- ) ) + ἔργον ( érgon , " work") . ( aircraft autopilot ) : Probably named after George DeBeeson, who patented an early autopilot system.

  6. George(ProperNoun)

    A French patronymic surname.

    Etymology: Name of an early saint, from Latin Georgius, from Ancient Greek Γεώργιος ( Geṓrgios ) , from γεωργός ( geōrgós , " farmer, earth worker") , from γῆ ( gê , " earth") (combining form γεω- ( geō- ) ) + ἔργον ( érgon , " work") . ( aircraft autopilot ) : Probably named after George DeBeeson, who patented an early autopilot system.

  7. George(ProperNoun)

    A German patronymic surname, a variant of Georg.

    Etymology: Name of an early saint, from Latin Georgius, from Ancient Greek Γεώργιος ( Geṓrgios ) , from γεωργός ( geōrgós , " farmer, earth worker") , from γῆ ( gê , " earth") (combining form γεω- ( geō- ) ) + ἔργον ( érgon , " work") . ( aircraft autopilot ) : Probably named after George DeBeeson, who patented an early autopilot system.

  8. George(ProperNoun)

    An Irish patronymic surname, an anglicization of Seoirse.

    Etymology: Name of an early saint, from Latin Georgius, from Ancient Greek Γεώργιος ( Geṓrgios ) , from γεωργός ( geōrgós , " farmer, earth worker") , from γῆ ( gê , " earth") (combining form γεω- ( geō- ) ) + ἔργον ( érgon , " work") . ( aircraft autopilot ) : Probably named after George DeBeeson, who patented an early autopilot system.

  9. George(ProperNoun)

    A diminutive of the female given names Georgina or Georgia; also used in the conjoined name George Ann.

    'No,' she said, 'I'm not Georgina.' 'Oh!' said Anne, in surprise. 'Then who are you?' 'I'm George,' said the girl. 'I shall only answer if you call me George. I hate being a girl.'

    Etymology: Name of an early saint, from Latin Georgius, from Ancient Greek Γεώργιος ( Geṓrgios ) , from γεωργός ( geōrgós , " farmer, earth worker") , from γῆ ( gê , " earth") (combining form γεω- ( geō- ) ) + ἔργον ( érgon , " work") . ( aircraft autopilot ) : Probably named after George DeBeeson, who patented an early autopilot system.

  10. George(ProperNoun)

    The autopilot of an aircraft.

    "'George' rides in the back, aft of the baggage compartment," said Aviation Sales Manager, John Brophy, with a smile as he climbed out. I switched on the autopilot and turned the turn knob to the left to get the turn-bank indicator to show a one-needle turn. Instantly, George rolled the Cessna into a smooth 10° bank to the left.

    Etymology: Name of an early saint, from Latin Georgius, from Ancient Greek Γεώργιος ( Geṓrgios ) , from γεωργός ( geōrgós , " farmer, earth worker") , from γῆ ( gê , " earth") (combining form γεω- ( geō- ) ) + ἔργον ( érgon , " work") . ( aircraft autopilot ) : Probably named after George DeBeeson, who patented an early autopilot system.

  11. George(ProperNoun)

    A town in Western Cape, South Africa; named for George III of the United Kingdom.

    Etymology: Name of an early saint, from Latin Georgius, from Ancient Greek Γεώργιος ( Geṓrgios ) , from γεωργός ( geōrgós , " farmer, earth worker") , from γῆ ( gê , " earth") (combining form γεω- ( geō- ) ) + ἔργον ( érgon , " work") . ( aircraft autopilot ) : Probably named after George DeBeeson, who patented an early autopilot system.

  12. George(ProperNoun)

    A locale in the United States. A city in Iowa; named for the son of a railroad official. A city in Washington; named for George Washington, 1st President of the United States. A ghost town in Missouri; named for postmaster Stephen H. George.

    Etymology: Name of an early saint, from Latin Georgius, from Ancient Greek Γεώργιος ( Geṓrgios ) , from γεωργός ( geōrgós , " farmer, earth worker") , from γῆ ( gê , " earth") (combining form γεω- ( geō- ) ) + ἔργον ( érgon , " work") . ( aircraft autopilot ) : Probably named after George DeBeeson, who patented an early autopilot system.

Webster Dictionary

  1. George(noun)

    a figure of St. George (the patron saint of England) on horseback, appended to the collar of the Order of the Garter. See Garter

    Etymology: [F. George, or Georges, a proper name, fr. Gr. gewrgo`s husbandman, laborer; ge`a, gh^, the earth + 'e`rgein to work; akin to E. work. See Work.]

  2. George(noun)

    a kind of brown loaf

    Etymology: [F. George, or Georges, a proper name, fr. Gr. gewrgo`s husbandman, laborer; ge`a, gh^, the earth + 'e`rgein to work; akin to E. work. See Work.]

Chambers 20th Century Dictionary

  1. George

    jorj, n. a jewelled figure of St George slaying the dragon, worn by Knights of the Garter.

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Etymology and Origins

  1. George

    An inn sign in honour of the patron saint of England. After the Hanoverian Succession, by which time pictorial signs had for the most part disappeared, and the name alone stood for a sign, the omission of the “St” made the sign complimentary to the reigning monarch. Reading of the execution of Charles I., we are told that the ill-fated King handed his “George” to Juxon, the Archbishop of Canterbury, who attended him on the scaffold. This was the badge of the Order of the Garter, representing St George on horseback piercing the fallen dragon with his lance.

British National Corpus

  1. Spoken Corpus Frequency

    Rank popularity for the word 'George' in Spoken Corpus Frequency: #889

  2. Written Corpus Frequency

    Rank popularity for the word 'George' in Written Corpus Frequency: #1269

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Numerology

  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of George in Chaldean Numerology is: 7

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of George in Pythagorean Numerology is: 3

Examples of George in a Sentence

  1. Emeasoba George:

    A generous person is anyone who freely gives out anything tangible or intangible even more than it's necessary or expected of him or her. Are you generous at all? If YES then, do keep the fire burning. But if NO then, you've got to have a rethink and afterwards dare to be generous and do remain generous. For, it really pays to be generous. You can take my words for it/that. -Emeasoba George

  2. Tim Scott:

    This week, a Department of Justice memo written under President George H.W. Bush was released that shed new light on Mr. Farr's activities. This, in turn, created more concerns. Weighing these important factors, this afternoon I concluded that I could not support Mr. Farr's nomination.

  3. EMEASOBA GEORGE:

    Listen up, you should help someone else financially in order for him or her to realize his or her dreams, visions or aspirations. Better still, do motivate or inspire someone else, so that he or she can dare to pursue and actualize his or her dreams, visions or aspirations. In other words, you should sponsor at least someone. Because, you can sponsor at least someone right here or out there, in order for him or her to realize his or her dreams, visions or aspirations. Note: helping someone else by any means to realize his or her dreams, visions or aspirations is indirectly and unknowingly helping your own self to realize yours. Thus, endeavour to do just that sooner or later. ~Emeasoba George.

  4. Emeasoba George:

    Opportunity is a set of circumstances that is conducive for the occurrence of an event or for the performance of a task. It can also be defined as the amount of time or a situation in which something can be done. Opportunity is synonymous with chance. -Emeasoba George

  5. Emeasoba George:

    Get rid of the mentality that I CAN'T and get used to the mentality that I CAN. That is to say, you've got to think and speak positively at all times. Because, if you often think and speak positively. Believe you me, positive results will always show up for you. Yes of course, positive thinking and speaking evoke strength, initiatives, ideas, goodies, possibilities, realities and stuffs like that. But, the reverse will be the case if you resolve to keep on thinking and speaking negatively. So, no matter what happens, dare to imbibe and portray positive thinking and speaking as your attitude for life. -Emeasoba George

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