It is derived from the Greek Georgios which is derived from the Greek word γεωργός (georgos, "farmer" lit. "earth-worker"). The word γεωργός is a compound of γῆ (ge, "earth", "soil") and ἔργον (ergon, "task", "undertaking", "work"). The English name "George" is derived from it.
It can refer to several different people, including:
- Đurađ I of Zeta
- Đurađ II
- Đurađ Banjac
- Đurađ Bogutović
- Đurađ Branković
- Đurađ IV Crnojević
- Đurađ V Crnojević
- Đurađ Jakšić
- Đurađ Kusljić
- Đurađ Pucar
- Đurađ Vasić
- Đurađ Vujčić
- G. Babiniotis, Lexicon of New Greek Language, Lexicology Centre, Athens (2002)
- Georgije, Serbian variant
- Đura or Đuro, Serbian variant
- Đuka, Serbian variant (nickname)
- Đorđe or Đorđije, Serbian variant
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