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George

Meaning: Farmer Origin: English Greek Welcoming, Forward Thinking, Rendered The Builder George is an English and Greek version of the original Greek Georgios, meaning ‘Farmer’. There were six King Georges in England, which propelled this strong name into the popularity it holds now. There was also Saint George, the patron saint of England and Georgia. […]

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English Names

Georgeah

Meaning:FarmerOrigin:English Trendy, Chic, Motiviating The Life Lover Georgeah (pronounced jor-JEE-uh) is a variation of the name George, meaning ‘Farmer’. This is such a fresh alternative to the ever popular Georgia, and I really enjoy the long EE sound. Georgeah reminds me of new and spunky names like Arieta, Seraiah and Talleah.

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French Names

Georgette

Meaning: Farmer Origin: French Talented, Artistic, Pretty The Singer Georgette is a French name, a variant of George which means ‘Farmer’. Two other fresh variations of George are Georgeah and Georgini, and there is of course is the more common Georgia. Georgette reminds me of elegant and cultured names like Gabrielle, Marcella and Oliana.

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Greek Names

Georgios

Meaning: Farmer Origin: Greek In-Touch, Strong, Unrivalled The Ox Georgios is the original Greek name that underpins the multitude of names that start with George. Georgios means ‘Farmer’ and derives from root words: ge Earth ergon Work In modern Greek, the shortened form Giorgos is often used. This name has spawned so many related names, […]

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Greek Names

Georgiou

Meaning:FarmerOrigin:Greek Bright, Charming, Sharp The Hunter The Greek name Georgiou (pronounced jor-joh) is a variant of Georgios and means ‘Farmer’. Along with English variations George and Georgia, Georgiou is a strong and grounded name, fit for a confident leader. It could also easily be shortened to Gio which makes it much more modern. Georgiou reminds […]

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English Names

Hasley

Meaning:Farm on the HillOrigin:English Admitted, Contemporary, Stylish The Genius Hasley is an English name, pronounced HALL-slee, and it means ‘Farm on the Hill’. It originated as a surname, with other related derivatives such as Hazeley and Halesleia (also how killer would this be on a girl, pronounced hal-i-SLAY-ah. This name is definitely slaying it, and […]

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Greek Names Nordic Names

Lura

Meaning: Lyre – Lyrical Farmstead or Trough Origin: Greek Norwegian Creative, Fun, Spiritual The Flying Fox The name Lura is a Greek name, it is also the root word of which Lyre (the harp-like musical instrument) comes from. Lura is also a Norwegian name which means ‘Farmstead’, ‘Trough’ or ‘Bay’. I love that Lura is […]

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Celtic Names English Names

Massey

Meaning: Gift of God Origin: English, Scottish Strong, Bold, Resilient The Camel Massey is a name of English and Scottish heritage, it evolved from Maccius (pronounced MAX-ee-us, yeah, how cool is that) which is a Latin name. Villiages and regions in France came to be named Massy or sometimes Mascy, as a result of settlers […]

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English Names

Mustang

Meaning: Masterless Origin: English Fearless, Loyal, Going Places The Pioneer The name Mustang derives from the Spanish word Mostrenco – meaning ‘Masterless’ or ‘Wild’. It is a term used for the wild horses in America. Mustang as a name is wild and free, new and untamed, and it feels good. Reminiscent of horse names such […]

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English Names

Shepherd

Meaning: Sheep Herder Origin: English Brave, Secure, Ready The Guardian The name Shepherd is an English occupational name which is used to describe someone who farms sheep. The meaning of this name is literally ‘Sheep Herder’. Shepherd has come into more popularity in recent years and is often shortened to Shep (which is uber cool […]

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English Names

Wynard

Meaning: Vineyard Origin: English Rustic, Hard-Working, Fair The Craftsman Wynard is an English surname which means ‘Vineyard’ or ‘A person who owns/works in a vineyard’. Wynard has some special alternate forms in Winwood, Wingard and Winward, both odd which make great substitutes for names like Edward, Rutherford and Woodrow.

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