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Gender: Female Meaning of Georgina: "farmer" Origin of Georgina: English, feminine variation of George

The name Georgina is a girl's name of Spanish, English origin meaning "farmer". Georgina and is often added to lists like British Girl Names and discussed in our forums with posts like "Pick 5 (GIRLS)".

From the experts:

Now more popular than Georgiana in Britain, this elegant Dickens. Jane Austen name deserves attention. Most American parents prefer Georgia to Georgina or any other feminization of George.

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Famous People Named Georgina

Georgina Rose Chapman, English fashion designer
Georgina Jane "Georgie" Thompson, English television presenter
Georgina Haig, Australian actress
Georgina Susan Fitzalan-Howard, Duchess of Norfolk
Georgina Sherrington, English actress
Georgina "Georgie" Parker, Australian actress
Georgina Beyer, New Zealand MP
Georgina Starr, English installation artist
Georgina Bardach Martin, Argentine Olympic swimmer
Georgina Helen "Georgie" Henley, English actress
Georgina Leonidas, English actress
Georgina Carolina Verbaan, Dutch actress
Georgina Maximiliana Tatiana Maria (b. 2005), Princess of Liechtenstein; daughter of Prince Constantin; granddaughter of Hans-Adam II

Pop Culture References for the name Georgina

Georgina "George" Kirrin, character in "The Famous Five".
Georgina Sparks, character in the "Gossip Girl" series.
Georgina "Georgie" (Crawley) Fleming-Morris, character in CBC's "Heartland".
Georgina "Georgy" Parkin, main character in book/film "Georgy Girl".
Georgina Kincaid, main character in the "Succubus" series by Richelle Mead.
Georgina Clios, character in Riviera.


GenEric Says:


I love this name, it's gorgeous. Georgiana is nice, but feels a bit too long, and Georgia seems a bit too casual. This is the perfect balance.

kiera_1225 Says:


I prefer Georgia

paulapuddephatt Says:


Love Georgina and Georgiana

paulapuddephatt Says:


I much prefer Georgiana. It's that much more special. I prefer Georgia to Georgina, but both have been overused.

Analia Says:


This name has strangely grown on me in the past little while, super pretty and charming. I think Gigi would be a super cute little nickname for a little girl

Impwood Says:


I really like this and Georgiana. I think they retain their quality best when shortened to Ginny, Gina or Gia; George is just too masculine a name for me to see on a girl, even as a nickname.

MaryKathryn Says:


I like this name, but I much prefer Georgiana

indiefendi2 Says:


I think this name is just gorgeous. I mean look at Georgina Chapman!

rdaniel Says:


I agree. I love the full name but don't really like 'Georgie' much. However, I quite like 'George' - I really like masculine nicknames on girls - but I know that if I were to give Georgina to my daughter, I'd constantly hear her called Georgie by others. So hard to control the nicknames your child gets from those outside of the family!

yvonne_virginia Says:


Starting to love this!

JessicaRK467 Says:


I think this name is gorgeous but I don't care for any of the nicknames

Guest Says:


This is so lovely but Gossip Girl ruined it for me.