US Popularity:23231
Other Origin(s):Greek
Meaning:Farmer, earth worker
Match baby’s down-to-earth personality with a name like Jorje. This masculine Spanish moniker is a Medieval Galician variant of the modern Galician name Xurxo, which traces back to George. Originally Georgios in Greek, it derived from georgos, translating to “farmer, earth worker.” Perhaps you wish for baby to follow in the family's footsteps. Or maybe you simply want them to grow up with a love of the land and animals. Whatever your reasoning, baby Jorje will be saying “moo,” “baa,” and “meow” in no time.

Jorje Name Popularity Data

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in 2018
- 1524
from 2013
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