GEORGIAN boy Names

Hello Parents, Welcome to our page, we will suggest you attractive GEORGIAN boy names. From classic choices to modern trends, we have covered different manes with meaning. Selecting a name for your prince is a big decision. Our website has well-versed list of GEORGIAN boy names, along with their origin, meanings and namesakes.

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Here is the List of GEORGIAN Boy names

NameMeaningOriginNamesakes
Akaki "autumn" or "harvest" Georgian Akaki Tsereteli, Georgian poet and public figure
Akakios "not evil" Greek Saint Akakios, Christian martyr
Akiva "he who protects" Hebrew Rabbi Akiva, prominent Jewish sage
Akmal "perfection" or "excellence" Arabic Akmal Ikramov, Uzbekistani footballer
Akop "he who follows" Armenian Akop Ter-Margaryan, Armenian painter
Aleksandre "defender of man" Georgian Aleksandre Kazbegi, Georgian writer and public figure
Amiran "eternal" Georgian Amiran-Darejaniani, legendary Georgian hero
Anania "God is gracious" Georgian Anania Shirakatsi, Armenian philosopher and mathematician
Andria "manly" Georgian Andria Balanchivadze, Georgian composer and conductor
Anzor "star" Georgian Anzor Kavazashvili, Georgian wrestler
Archil "brave" or "daring" Georgian Archil Gomiashvili, Georgian actor
Asatiani "son of Asat" Georgian Konstantine Asatiani, Georgian writer and public figure
Avtandil "sunshine" Georgian Avtandil Gorgasali, legendary Georgian king
Bachana "freedom" Georgian Bachana Apakidze, Georgian wrestler
Badri "myrtle tree" Georgian Badri Patarkatsishvili, Georgian businessman and politician
Bagrat "bearer of the royal seal" Georgian Bagrat III, King of Georgia
Bakar "firstborn" Georgian Bakar Kvezereli, Georgian footballer
Bakur "north" Georgian Bakuriani, Georgian ski resort
Beka "servant of God" Georgian Beka Gviniashvili, Georgian judoka
Besarion "visionary" or "prophet" Georgian Besarion Gabashvili, Georgian painter
Bidzina "eternal" Georgian Bidzina Ivanishvili, Georgian businessman and politician
Buta "bull" Georgian Buta Robakidze, Georgian writer and public figure
Chakhvash "brave" or "courageous" Georgian Chakhvash Chakhvashvili, Georgian wrestler
Chemen "mountain" Georgian Chemen Kurdadze, Georgian wrestler
Davit "beloved" Georgian Davit Gareji, Georgian Christian monk and saint
Demetre "earth-lover" Georgian Demetre Tavdadebuli, Georgian writer and public figure
Devi "lion" Georgian Devi Chankotadze, Georgian wrestler
Dito "gift of God" Georgian Dito Tsintsadze, Georgian footballer
Dodi "beloved" Georgian Dodi Al Fayed, Egyptian businessman
Edik "wealthy" or "blessed" Georgian Edik Baghdasaryan, Armenian weightlifter
Elguja "sun" Georgian Elguja Medzmariashvili, Georgian wrestler
Elia "my God is Yahweh" Georgian Elia Kazan, Greek-American director and writer
Eliso "chosen by God" Georgian Eliso Chapidze, Georgian writer and translator
Erekle "luminous" or "shining" Georgian Erekle II, King of Georgia
Ermile "merciful" Georgian Ermile Tsikhiseli, Georgian wrestler
Esmaeil "God will hear" Persian Esmaeil Mihandoost, Iranian footballer
Gagi "dear" or "beloved" Georgian Gagi Tchanturia, Georgian wrestler
Gaga "joy" or "happiness" Georgian Gaga Gabrichidze, Georgian footballer
Gela "brave" or "daring" Georgian Gela Babluani, Georgian-French filmmaker
Gelovani "son of Gelov" Georgian Sofiko Chiaureli, Georgian actress and singer
George "farmer" or "earth-worker" Greek George Balanchine, Georgian-American choreographer
Giorgi "farmer" or "earth-worker" Georgian Giorgi Gakharia, Georgian politician
Givi "brave" or "courageous" Georgian Givi Nodia, Georgian footballer
Goderdzi "follower of God" Georgian Goderdzi Chokheli, Georgian wrestler
Guram "great" or "illustrious" Georgian Guram Kashia, Georgian footballer
Gurgen "wolf" Armenian Gurgen Dalibaltayan, Armenian weightlifter
Iago "supplanter" Georgian Iago Aspas, Spanish footballer
Iakob "supplanter" Georgian Iakob Gogebashvili, Georgian educator and writer
Iaroslav "fierce and glorious" Slavic Iaroslav the Wise, Grand Prince of Kiev
Iason "healer" Georgian Iason Abramashvili, Georgian swimmer
Ilia "God is my salvation" Georgian Ilia Chavchavadze, Georgian writer and political figure
Ioseb "may he add" Georgian Ioseb Grishashvili, Georgian writer and literary critic
Irakli "from Hera" Georgian Irakli Alasania, Georgian politician
Iuri "farmer" or "earth-worker" Georgian Iuri Abuladze, Georgian wrestler
Jaba "much loved" or "beloved" Georgian Jaba Kankava, Georgian footballer
Jambul "sprout" or "shoot" Georgian Jambul Dzneladze, Georgian wrestler
Jemal "beauty" Georgian Jemal Ananidze, Georgian footballer
Jondo "gift of God" Georgian Jondo Kakhidze, Georgian wrestler
Kaha "brave" or "valiant" Georgian Kaha Imnadze, Georgian footballer
Kakhaber "follower of Christ" Georgian Kakhaber Kaladze, Georgian footballer and politician
Kaxa "king" Georgian Kaxa Bendukidze, Georgian businessman and politician
Khachatur "cross-bearer" Armenian Khachatur Abovian, Armenian writer and national public figure
Khvicha "of the sea" Georgian Khvicha Kvaratskhelia, Georgian footballer
Koba "supplanter" Georgian Koba Davitashvili, Georgian rugby player
Konstantin "steadfast" or "constant" Greek Konstantin Gamsakhurdia, Georgian writer and public figure
Kote "keeper of the hearth" Georgian Kote Makharadze, Georgian footballer
Lado "lion" Georgian Lado Gudiashvili, Georgian painter
Levan "lion" Georgian Levan Mchedlidze, Georgian footballer
Luka "bringer of light" Georgian Luka Modric, Croatian footballer
Malkhaz "servant of Christ" Georgian Malkhaz Asatiani, Georgian wrestler
Mamuka "brave" or "valiant" Georgian Mamuka Areshidze, Georgian footballer
Manuchar "hero" Georgian Manuchar Kvirkvelia, Georgian footballer
Mariam "bitter" or "beloved" Georgian Mariam Kinkladze, Georgian journalist
Medea "ruler" or "queen" Georgian Medea Chakhava, Georgian architect
Merab "bringer of light" Georgian Merab Ninidze, Georgian actor
Mikheil "who is like God?" Georgian Mikheil Saakashvili, Georgian politician
Mose "drawn out of the water" Georgian Mose Fanunu, Georgian rugby player
Nana "grace" or "favor" Georgian Nana Dzhordzhikia, Georgian actress
Natia "hope" or "expectation" Georgian Natia Gogolashvili, Georgian fencer
Nikoloz "victorious people" Georgian Nikoloz Basilashvili, Georgian tennis player
Nika "victorious people" Georgian Nika Kacharava, Georgian rugby player
Otar "heard by God" Georgian Otar Korghalidze, Georgian composer
Otari "heard by God" Georgian Otari Kvantrishvili, Georgian wrestler
Pavle "small" or "humble" Georgian Pavle Ingorokva, Georgian historian and politician
Petre "rock" Georgian Petre Otskheli, Georgian wrestler
Ramaz "lofty" or "exalted" Georgian Ramaz Shengelia, Georgian footballer
Revaz "regal" or "royal" Georgian Revaz Gabichvadze, Georgian footballer
Roman "of Rome" Latin Roman Abramovich, Russian businessman and politician
Rusudan "rose" Georgian Rusudan Petviashvili, Georgian actress
Saba "Sabian" (from the ancient civilization of Saba) Georgian Saba Aslamazishvili, Georgian footballer
Samson "sun" or "service" Hebrew Samson Khukhashvili, Georgian actor
Sandro "defender of men" Georgian Sandro Botticelli, Italian painter
Shalva "salvation" Georgian Shalva Kiknavelidze, Georgian footballer
Shota "short" or "little one" Georgian Shota Arveladze, Georgian footballer
Soso "the savior" Georgian Soso Liparteliani, Georgian judoka
Tamaz "son of Tamara" Georgian Tamaz Gamkrelidze, Georgian linguist
Tariel "heaven's gift" Georgian Tariel Dadiani, Georgian prince and military commander
Teimuraz "brave as iron" Georgian Teimuraz Kereselidze, Georgian wrestler
Temur "iron" Georgian Temur Ketsbaia, Georgian footballer
Tengiz "sea" or "ocean" Georgian Tengiz Sulakvelidze, Georgian microbiologist
Teodore "gift of God" Georgian Teodore Kvikvinia, Georgian composer
Teimur "iron" Georgian Teimurazi Modebadze, Georgian wrestler
Tornike "twin" Georgian Tornike Okriashvili, Georgian footballer
Ushangi "lion" Georgian Ushangi Kokauri, Georgian wrestler
Vakhtang "wolf" or "battle" Georgian Vakhtang I of Iberia, Georgian king
Valeri "strong" or "healthy" Georgian Valeri Kharlamov, Russian ice hockey player
Vano "gracious gift" Georgian Vano Zodelava, Georgian footballer
Varlam "bold and powerful" Georgian Varlam Liparteliani, Georgian judoka
Vazha "wolf" or "battle" Georgian Vazha Pshavela, Georgian writer and poet
Vazgen "excellence" or "praiseworthy" Armenian Vazgen I, Armenian Catholicos
Vigen "vigorous" or "strong" Armenian Vigen Chaldranyan, Armenian wrestler
Vakhtang-Gorgasali "wolf of the forest" Georgian Vakhtang I Gorgasali, Georgian king
Vladimer "renowned ruler" Georgian Vladimer Khinchegashvili, Georgian wrestler
Yakob "supplanter" Georgian Yakob Makharashvili, Georgian wrestler
Zurab "lord" or "master" Georgian Zurab Zhvania, Georgian politician
Zaal "heart" or "soul" Georgian Zaal Udumashvili, Georgian journalist
Zaur "strong as a mountain" Azerbaijani Zaur Kaloyev, Russian architect and businessman
Zaza "golden" or "precious" Georgian Zaza Pachulia, Georgian basketball player
Zviad "life" or "living" Georgian Zviad Gamsakhurdia, Georgian writer and politician
Zurabishvili "son of Zurab" Georgian Salome Zurabishvili, Georgian politician and diplomat

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