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George (born 1954) from United Kingdom said:
Best of name: ShortNot so good: Old fashionedNamed after: Grandpa

Eminent people named George

George A. Malcolm, George Abbott, George Allen, George Ariyoshi, George Balanchine, George Basil Cardinal Hume, George Best, George Blanda, George Bradshaw, George Brunies, George Carey, George Carlin, George Carpenter, George Cukor, George Edward Holbrook, George Forrest, George Forsyth, George Foster, George Francis Train, George Frazier, George Gershwin, George Gobel, George Goyder, George Gray, George Grossmith, George Halas, George Harrison Shull, George Hervey, George Jackson Churchward, George Kalovelonis, George Kennedy, George Lindsey, George Llewelyn-Davies, George M. Cohan, George MacDonald, George Müller, George Newbern, George O'Callaghan, George O'Hanlon, George O'Hara, George Osmond, George Otto Trevelyan, George Pullman, George Reeves, George Regas, George Reinholt, George Rochberg, George Shaw, George Shiels, George Steinbrenner, George Stephenson, George Takei, George W. Bush, George W. Jenkins, George Washington Carver, George Washington Goethals, George William Russell, George Zimmer, Prince George of Denmark, Sir George Bowen.

What made George famous

George Carlin was the cranky stand-up comedian most famous for his 1970s routine known as "The Seven Words You Can Never Say on Television.
George Frideric Handel (German: Georg Friedrich Händel; pronounced [ˈhɛndəl]) ( 23 February 1685 – 14 April 1759) was a German-British Baroque composer, famous for his operas, oratorios, and concertos.
George Catlin is most famous for painting Native Americans.
George Daniels is perhaps most famous for his development of the co-axial escapement.
George Orwell is most famous for his books Animal Farm (published in 1945) and 1984 (published in 1949).
George Washington Carver is well known for his agricultural research with peanuts.
George Fryer Sternberg was a paleontologist best known for his discovery in Gove County.
George Lawrence is perhaps best known for his series of aerial photographs depicting the destruction resulting from the 1906 San Francisco earthquake and fire.
George Reeves is best known for his portrayal of Superman in the 1950s television show.
George Hurley is best known for playing in a predominantly structured environment with punk pioneers The Minutemen in the '80s, and later in fIREHOSE, which also featured MM bassist Mike Watt.
George Custer is best known for his disastrous defeat at the Battle of the Little Bighorn, also known as "Custer's Last Stand."
George Jones is known for his innate ability to evoke the raw emotions that is expected of a country legend.
George Carruthers Carruthers is best known for having found the proof of molecular hydrogen in interstellar space.
George Gonzalez is a Texas artist known for his painstakingly rendered still- life works, moving back and forth between traditional realism and mysterious surrealism.
George Galloway (born 16 August 1954) is an outspoken British politician, author , and broadcaster, who has been a Member of Parliament (MP) since 1987 and is known for his anti-war,[1] socialist, and anti-Zionist views.
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Antique C1750 George II English Ebonised Cottage Longcase Grandfather Clock


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Historic meaning and origin of the name George

English, Romanian: From the Greek name "Georgios) which was derived from the Greek word "georgos" meaning "farmer, earthworker", itself derived from the elements (ge": "earth" and "ergon": "work".
English: Farmer. In medieval legend St. George: (the knight who became patron saint of England) struggled with a fire-breathing dragon symbolizing the Devil.
Greek: From 'georgos' meaning tiller of the soil, or farmer. Famous bearer: St George, patron saint of England, who struggled with a fire breathing dragon symbolizing the devil.
Shakespearean: 'Henry VI, Part 2' George Bevis. 'King Henry the Sixth, Part III' George, son of Richard Plantagenet and afterwards Duke of Clarence. 'King Richard III', George, Duke of Clarence, brother to Edward IV.

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Kavanaugh Accuser's Attorney has Strong Ties to George Soros

Left-wing billionaire George Soros may be tied to the sexual assault allegations pinned against Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh. One America's ...

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