Đurađ Branković, Serbian Despot (1427—1456)
|Region of origin||Balkans|
|Derived||Đuraš, Đuro (diminutive)|
Đurađ (Serbian Cyrillic: Ђурађ, sometimes Romanized as Djuradj), is a Serbian masculine given name, derived from Greek Georgios. It is, along with variant Đorđe, the equivalent of English George. It was widespread in medieval Serbia, being the name of many noblemen and magnates.
It may refer to:
- Đurađ I Balšić (fl. 1362–78), Lord of Zeta
- Đurađ II Balšić (1385–1403), Lord of Zeta
- Đurađ Bogutović (fl. 1370–99), Serbian nobleman
- Đurađ Branković (1377–1456), Serbian Despot
- Đurađ Đurašević (fl. 1413–35), Serbian nobleman
- Đurađ Crnojević (fl. 1489–1514), Lord of Zeta
- Đurađ Jakšić (born 1977), Serbian politician
- Đurađ Vasić (born 1956), Serbian football coach and former player
- Đurađ Vujčić (born 1992), Canadian journalist
- Milica Grković (1977). Rečnik ličnih imena kod Srba. Vuk Karadžić.
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