[jawr-juh n] /ˈdʒɔr dʒən/
of or relating to the period of British history from the accession of in 1714 to the death of in 1830, or the four kings named who reigned successively during this period.
of or relating to the period of the reign of (1910–36) or to himself.
of, noting, or designating the styles of architecture, furniture, and crafts current in England especially from 1714 to 1811.
of or relating to the state of in the U.S.
of or relating to the Georgian Republic.
a person, especially a writer, of either of the Georgian periods in England.
the styles or character of either of the Georgian periods.
a native or inhabitant of the state of in the U.S.
a native or inhabitant of the Georgian Republic.
the most important South Caucasian language, spoken principally in the Georgian Republic, and written in a distinctive script derived from the Aramaic alphabet.
of, characteristic of, or relating to any or all of the four kings who ruled Great Britain and Ireland from 1714 to 1830, or to their reigns
of or relating to George V of Great Britain and Northern Ireland or his reign (1910–36): the Georgian poets
of or relating to the republic of Georgia, its people, or their language
of or relating to the American State of Georgia or its inhabitants
in or imitative of the style prevalent in England during the 18th century (reigns of George I, II, and III); in architecture, dominated by the ideas of Palladio, and in furniture represented typically by the designs of Sheraton
the official language of Georgia, belonging to the South Caucasian family
a native or inhabitant of Georgia
an aboriginal inhabitant of the Caucasus
a native or inhabitant of the American State of Georgia
a person belonging to or imitating the styles of either of the Georgian periods in England
1855, in reference to the reigns of the first four king Georges of England (1714-1830). C.1600 as “pertaining to Georgia” in the Caucasus; 1762 as “pertaining to Georgia” in North America; the noun in this sense is c.1400 (Caucasus), 1741 (North America).
[jawr-jee-an-uh] /ˌdʒɔr dʒiˈæn ə/ noun 1. a female given name.
noun 1. the NE part of Lake Huron, in Ontario, Canada. 6000 sq. mi. (15,500 sq. km). noun 1. a bay in S central Canada, in Ontario, containing many small islands: the NE part of Lake Huron. Area: 15 000 sq km (5800 sq miles)
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[jawr-jik] /ˈdʒɔr dʒɪk/ adjective 1. . noun 2. a poem on an theme. /ˈdʒɔːdʒɪk/ adjective 1. (literary) agricultural noun 2. a poem about rural or agricultural life 1510s, Georgics, title of Virgil’s poems on rural life, from Latin georgica, from georgicus (adj.), from Greek georgikos “of a husbandman, agricultural,” from ge “earth” + ergon “work” […]