Georgette

Georgette may refer to:

  • Georgette Lemare, fictional character from the anime/manga Strike Witches
  • Georgette (fabric), crinkly crepe-like fabric
  • Georgette Franklin (Baxter), recurring character on the American sitcom Mary Tyler Moore, played by Georgia Engel
  • Georgette Heyer, English novelist
  • Hurricane Georgette (disambiguation), nine tropical cyclones in the Eastern Pacific Ocean
  • SS Georgette, steamship built in 1872
  • Operation Georgette, German plan resulting in the Battle of the Lys

Other articles related to "georgette":

Georgette Seabrooke
... Georgette Seabrooke (aka Georgette Seabrooke Powell August 2, 1916 – December 27, 2011), was an American muralist, artist, illustrator, art therapist, non-profit chief executive and educator ...
Billy Georgette
... Billy Georgette is a Canadian jazz pianist ... Born William Albert Georgette on December 7, 1935 in Montreal, he began playing the piano at age nine, first studying with Florence Powers, then with Art Roberts ... at Sir Georges Williams University, Georgette studied liberal arts at the college while working with the Buddy Jordan Band from 1956 to 1958 ...
Le Val D'Andorre - Synopsis
... Thérèse (mezzo-soprano) and the wealthy Georgette (soprano) ... Thérèse, and claiming that the money is from Georgette ... Rose turns out to be Thérèse's long-lost daughter, Georgette withdraws, and Rose de Mai and Stéphan are free to marry ...
1986 Pacific Hurricane Season - Storms - Tropical Storm Georgette
... Twelve hours later, it strengthened into Tropical Storm Georgette before weakening to a depression on August 4 ... Due to its fast speed, Georgette could not maintain a closed circulation, and Georgette degenerated into a non-cyclonic disturbance ... Pacific, where it reformed and reached its peak intensity as Typhoon Georgette ...