Joris, the Dutch form of the name George, may refer to:
- David Joris, a 16th century Anabaptist theologian
- Joris-Karl Huysmans
- Joris Bert
- Joris Hendrickx
- Joris Hoefnagel
- Joris Ivens
- Joris Karl Huysmans
- Joris Keizer
- Joris Luyendijk
- Joris Mathijsen (sometimes spelt Mathysen)
- Joris Note
- Joris Putman
- Joris Van Hauthem
- Joris Van Hout
- Joris Van Severen
- Joris van Spilbergen
- Joris Vercammen
- Joris Voorhoeve
- Other uses
- Joris of the Rock
Other articles related to "joris":
... Joris August Odilius Ludovicus Vercammen was born in Lier, Belgium, in 1952 ... Council of Churches in Porto Alegre made Archbishop Joris a member of its central committee ... Joris Vercammen is married with three children ...
... and withdrew from the movement in about 1540, but not before ordaining David Joris, his brother Dirk, and Menno Simons, the latter from whom the Mennonites received their name ... David Joris and Menno Simons parted ways, with Joris placing more emphasis on "spirit and prophecy," while Menno emphasized the authority of the Bible ... compromise to "escape persecution," while to the Joris side, the Mennonites were under the "dead letter of the Scripture." Due to persecution and expansion, many of the Low Country Mennonites ...
... Christ’l Joris (born Antwerp, Belgium, 17 July 1954) is a Belgian businesswoman ... Christ’l Joris is a daughter of Norbert Joris, founder of the ETAP group of companies ... Christ’l Joris obtained a Master degree in psychology and a PhD in social and cultural anthropology at the Katholieke Universiteit Leuven (Leuven) ...
... Joris was probably born in Flanders, the son of Marytje and Georgius Joris de Koman, an amateur actor and shopkeeper ... By trade David Joris was a glass painter or tinsel painter, having learned the art in Antwerp ... Joris had some success in highlighting their common beliefs, while diffusing the ideas of those who wanted vengeance ...
Famous quotes containing the word joris:
“I sprang to the stirrup, and Joris and he;
I galloped, Dirck galloped, we galloped all three;
Good speed! cried the watch as the gate-bolts undrew,
Speed! echoed the wall to us galloping through.
Behind shut the postern, the lights sank to rest,
And into the midnight we galloped abreast.”
—Robert Browning (18121889)