Georgian


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Geor·gian

 (jôr′jən)
adj.
1. Of, relating to, or characteristic of the reigns of the four Georges who ruled Great Britain from 1714 to 1830.
2. Of, relating to, or characteristic of the reign of George V of Great Britain.
3. Of or relating to the US state of Georgia or its inhabitants.
4. Of or relating to the country of Georgia or its people, language, or culture.
n.
1. A native or inhabitant of the US state of Georgia.
2.
a. A native or inhabitant of the country of Georgia.
b. The Kartvelian language of the Georgians.
3. A person of, or whose style is imitative of, either of the Georgian periods in Great Britain.

Georgian

(ˈdʒɔːdʒjən)
adj
1. (Historical Terms) of, characteristic of, or relating to any or all of the four kings who ruled Great Britain and Ireland from 1714 to 1830, or to their reigns
2. (Historical Terms) of or relating to George V of Great Britain and Northern Ireland or his reign (1910–36): the Georgian poets.
3. (Placename) of or relating to the republic of Georgia, its people, or their language
4. (Peoples) of or relating to the republic of Georgia, its people, or their language
5. (Languages) of or relating to the republic of Georgia, its people, or their language
6. (Placename) of or relating to the American State of Georgia or its inhabitants
7. (Peoples) of or relating to the American State of Georgia or its inhabitants
8. (Furniture) in or imitative of the style prevalent in England during the 18th century (reigns of George I, II, and III); in architecture, dominated by the ideas of Palladio, and in furniture, represented typically by the designs of Sheraton
n
9. (Languages) the official language of Georgia, belonging to the South Caucasian family
10. (Peoples) a native or inhabitant of Georgia
11. (Peoples) an aboriginal inhabitant of the Caucasus
12. (Peoples) a native or inhabitant of the American State of Georgia
13. (Historical Terms) a person belonging to or imitating the styles of either of the Georgian periods in England

Geor•gian

(ˈdʒɔr dʒən)

adj.
1. of or pertaining to the period of British history from the accession of George I in 1714 to the death of George IV.
2. of or pertaining to George V or his reign.
3. of or designating the styles of architecture and furniture current in England esp. from 1714 to 1811.
4. of or pertaining to the state of Georgia.
5. of or pertaining to the Georgian Republic.
n.
6. a person, esp. a writer, of either of the Georgian periods in England.
7. a native or inhabitant of the state of Georgia.
8.
a. a native or inhabitant of the Georgian Republic.
b. the Caucasian language of the Georgians.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.Georgian - a native or resident of the American state of Georgia
American - a native or inhabitant of the United States
2.Georgian - a native or inhabitant of Georgia in Asia
Sakartvelo, Georgia - a republic in Asia Minor on the Black Sea separated from Russia by the Caucasus mountains; formerly an Asian soviet but became independent in 1991
Russian - a native or inhabitant of Russia
3.Georgian - a southern Caucasian language with 3 million speakers and a long literary tradition
Caucasian language, Caucasian - a number of languages spoken in the Caucasus that are unrelated to languages spoken elsewhere
Adj.1.Georgian - of or relating to the former British colony of Georgia; "the Georgian colony"
2.Georgian - of or relating to or characteristic of the Asian republic of Georgia or its people or language; "the Georgian capital is Tbilisi"; "Georgian farmers"; "Georgian vowels"
3.Georgian - of or relating to or characteristic of the American state of Georgia or its inhabitants; "the Georgian state capital is Atlanta"; "Georgian peach farmers"
4.Georgian - of or relating to the Hanoverian kings of England; "the first Georgian monarch"
Translations
Gruzínecgruzínský
georgiergeorgisk
georgialainen
Gruzijacgruzijski
グルジアのグルジア人
그루지야 사람그루지야의
georgiergeorgisk
เกี่ยวกับจอร์เจียชาวจอร์เจียน
người Georgiathuộc nước/người/tiếng Georgia

Georgian

[ˈdʒɔːdʒɪən] ADJ (Brit) → georgiano

Georgian

[ˈdʒɔːrən]
adj
(British) (= 18th century) [house, antiques, style] → géorgien/ienne
(connected with Georgia)géorgien(ne)
n (= person from Georgia) → Géorgien(ne) m/f
(= language) → géorgien m

Georgian

adj
(Brit) architecture, house, style, periodgeorgianisch; the Georgian-style librarydie Bibliothek im georgianischen Stil
(Geog, in Europe) → georgisch; (in USA) capital, people, state boundary etcvon Georgia; personaus Georgia
n
(= person) (in USA) → Einwohner(in) m(f)von Georgia; (in Europe) → Georgier(in) m(f)
(Ling) → Georgisch nt, → Grusinisch nt

Georgian

[ˈdʒɔːdʒɪən]
1. adj (History, Geog) → georgiano/a
2. n (Geog) → georgiano/a; (language) → georgiano

Georgian

جورجيّ Gruzínec, gruzínský georgier, georgisk Georgier, georgisch γεωργιανός georgiano georgialainen Géorgien Gruzijac, gruzijski georgiano グルジアの, グルジア人 그루지야 사람, 그루지야의 Georgiër, Georgisch georgier, georgisk Gruzin, gruziński georgiano грузин, грузинский georgier, georgisk เกี่ยวกับจอร์เจีย, ชาวจอร์เจียน Gürcü người Georgia, thuộc nước/người/tiếng Georgia 乔治亚人, 乔治亚的
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There was a rattle of cups and saucers and the hissing of a fluted Georgian urn.
Among the company at the door were the mineralogist and the owner of the gold opera glass whom we had encountered in the Notch; two Georgian gentlemen, who had chilled their southern blood that morning on the top of Mount Washington; a physician and his wife from Conway; a trader of Burlington, and an old squire of the Green Mountains; and two young married couples, all the way from Massachusetts, on the matrimonial jaunt, Besides these strangers, the rugged county of Coos, in which we were, was represented by half a dozen wood-cutters, who had slain a bear in the forest and smitten off his paw.
The Georgians held the album between them, and favored us with the few specimens of its contents which they considered ridiculous enough to be worth hearing.
Behind the blue-green of the twin trees rose a dark-bluish brick Georgian pile, with a shell-shaped fan-light over its pillared door.
Some approached pure blanching; some had a bluish pallor; some worn by the older characters (which had possibly lain by folded for many a year) inclined to a cadaverous tint, and to a Georgian style.
If they were not absorbed in state politics or municipal reform, the chances were that they were going in for Central American archaeology, for architecture or landscape-engineering; taking a keen and learned interest in the prerevolutionary buildings of their own country, studying and adapting Georgian types, and protesting at the meaningless use of the word "Colonial.
Circassian and Georgian girls are still sold in Constantinople by their parents, but not publicly.
Best brands Georgian, none in market; second quality, 1851,
Several Georgians, fancy brands, 1852, changed hands to
George, Shinshin told them the town news, of the illness of the old Georgian princess, of Metivier's disappearance from Moscow, and of how some German fellow had been brought to Rostopchin and accused of being a French "spyer" (so Count Rostopchin had told the story), and how Rostopchin let him go and assured the people that he was "not a spire at all, but only an old German ruin.
Here we have no more the make-believe of the Elizabethan age, no longer the stilted measure of the Georgian.
He went courting the daughter of an old sea-captain who was a churchwarden of his parish and lived in an old badly preserved Georgian house with a garden: one of these houses standing in a reduced bit of "grounds" that you discover in a labyrinth of the most sordid streets, exactly alike and composed of six-roomed hutches.
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