Meaning: feminine form of George, meaning “farmer.”
Pronunciations (jore-JANE-uh); (Jore–jee-AH-nah)
In the Anglo-phone world, the name first came into usage around the 18th-century and was a popular name among British aristocracy, the most famous bearer being Lady Georgiana Spencer Cavendish (1757-1806), Duchess of Devonshire, a popular socialite and a political muse.
The name also appears in Jane Austen literary work Pride & Prejudice.
In Romania, she currently ranks in as the 10th most popular female name (2008).
Possible nicknames include G, Gigi, Gia, Giana, Georgie and Jane.