Georgian

Georgian may refer to:

Common meanings:

  • Something of, from, or related to Georgia (country)
    • Georgian people
    • Georgian language
    • Georgian alphabet
    • Georgian cuisine
  • Someone from Georgia (U.S. state)
  • The Georgian era of British history (1714–1830)
    • Georgian architecture

Places:

  • Georgian Bay, a bay of Lake Huron
  • Georgian Cliff, a cliff on Alexander Island, Antarctica

Airlines:

  • Georgian Airways, the flag carrier of the Republic of Georgia
  • Georgian International Airlines, based in Batumi, Georgia
  • Sky Georgia, formerly Georgian National Airlines, an airline based in Tbilisi, Georgia
  • Air Georgian, an airline based in Ontario, Canada

Schools:

  • Georgian International Academy, a research and academic institution in Tbilisi, Georgia
  • Georgian Technical University, Tbilisi
  • Georgian College, in Barrie, Ontario, Canada

Arts and entertainment:

  • Georgian poets, a group of early 20th century English poets
  • The Georgians (Frank Guarente), an American jazz and dance band of the 1920s
  • The Georgians (Nat Gonella), a British jazz band of the 1930s
  • Georgian Theatre Royal, a theatre and playhouse in Richmond, North Yorkshire, UK

Other uses:

  • Atlanta Georgian, a defunct Hearst-owned newspaper
  • Augusta Georgians, an American minor league baseball team from 1920 to 1921
  • Georgian Mall, a mall in Barrie, Ontario, Canada

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