Đorđe

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Đorđe
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Đorđe (Dorje) as shield of Pilzno, Poland.
Pronunciation d͡ʑɔ̝̌ːrd͡ʑe
Origin
Word/name Serbian
Meaning "the Holder"
Region of origin Former Yugoslavia
(Medieval Serbia)
Other names
Related names Dervan, Derwan, Derv, Der, Dier, DiGiorgio, Đorđević, Đorđev, Đorđić, Đurić, Đurović, Đurovski, Dzierzon, Dzierżon, Dzierżoń, Georgeson, Georgiev, Georgievski, Georgijevičius, Georgiou, Georgiopoulos, Georgopoulos, Gevorgyan, Gevorkyan, Georgescu, Gheorghescu, Gheorghiu, Giorgadze, Giorgashvili, Göransson, Györgyfi, Heorhiyenko, Jerzowicz, Jørgensen, Jorissen, Jürgensen, Jürgenson, Jurajić, Jurić, Kevorkian, MacDheòrsa, MacGeorge, Yurchenko, Yuryev

Đorđe (Serbian Cyrillic: Ђорђе, pronounced [d͡ʑɔ̝̌ːrd͡ʑe]) is a Serbian given name derived from Greek Georgios meaning farmer. It is, along with variant Đurađ, the equivalent of English "George", it is predominantly worn by ethnic Serbs, an Eastern Orthodox Christian people. Other variants include Đurađ, Đuro, Georgije, it may refer to:

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