- From an ancient Greek term meaning “farmer,” from ge meaning earth or soil, and ergon meaning work.
- In medieval legend, St George (the knight who became the patron saint of England) fought with a fire-breathing dragon symbolizing the devil
- Variations include George (English), Georgios (Greek), Georges (French), Giorgio, Georg, Göran, Jörg, Jörgen, Jurij
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