georgià

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EtymologyEdit

From Geòrgia (Georgia) +‎ .

PronunciationEdit

AdjectiveEdit

georgià (feminine georgiana, masculine plural georgians, feminine plural georgianes)

  1. Georgian (pertaining to the country of Georgia, the people thereof, or the Georgian language)
    Synonym: kartvelià
  2. Georgian (pertaining to the U.S. state of Georgia or the people thereof)
  3. (archaic, stratigraphy) Georgian (pertaining to the Georgian stratigraphic series)
    Synonym: cambrià inferior
  4. Georgian (pertaining to the person of or to the reign of one or more of the Kings George of the United Kingdom, especially to Georgian architecture or to Georgian poetry)

NounEdit

georgià m (plural georgians, feminine georgiana)

  1. Georgian (an inhabitant of the country of Georgia)
  2. Georgian (an inhabitant of the U.S. state of Georgia)

georgià m (uncountable)

  1. Georgian (language)
    Hyponym: kartvelià

Proper nounEdit

georgià m

  1. (archaic, stratigraphy) Georgian (geologic era of the Georgian stratigraphic series)
    Synonym: cambrià inferior