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Origin: Bulgaria
Region Origin: Eastern Europe

Georgina is a feminine given name that is derived from the name George, along with Georgia and Georgiana. The name has Greek origins and is composed of two Greek words: γέω (géo), meaning "earth," and ἔργο (érgo), meaning "work". The name Georgina, therefore, translates to "farmer" or "earth-worker". The name Georgina has a rich history and has gained popularity in various forms across different cultures. It was popularized in Europe in the 3rd century due to Saint George, a Roman soldier who was believed to have been martyred in battle and is also depicted slaying a dragon in medieval legends. The name gained further prominence in the 18th century when it was used by a British king. Some common nicknames for Georgina include Georgie, Gina, Gigi, and Jorgie.

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