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  1. #6
    Join Date
    Jul 2012
    I'm American, my best friend's sister has this name and everyone we've run into pronounces it "georgie-anna" (george-ee-ANN-uh)..

  2. #8
    Join Date
    Jul 2010
    United States
    I'm American, and my pronunciation of the name has evolved over the yeras. At first I would say George-ee-AH-nah, but after watching a few British films, I began to pronounce it as Geroge-AY-na. I love this name, it's one of my favorites. It's sad it's not used more!

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  3. #10
    Join Date
    Jan 2012
    @Bellebee I'm a Brit and say it the same was as you. Though Georg-jayna has been used historically speaking it was always a more unusual pronunciation. Where is your husband from in the UK out of interest?

  4. #12
    Join Date
    Nov 2009
    Southern California
    I pronounce it as "Georg-ee-anna," the name of my sister's mother-in-law.
    Mother of three teenagers: (1) Daniel Glen, (2) Timothy Austin, and (3) Rebecca Jane. All middle names honor family, with Jane used three generations in a row. (A second girl would have been Susanna Eve).

  5. #14
    Georgianna.. i say it like Jor ji yay na canadian Gianna I know a Gi ahn a and a Jiayana both with same spelling lol.. its just like Tomato tomato too me
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    Girls: Everly Violet and Amelia Ivy
    Boys: William David, Mackenzie Oliver, Isaac Benjamin

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