Noun(1) a native or resident of the American state of Georgia(2) a native or inhabitant of Georgia in Asia(3) a southern Caucasian language with 3 million speakers and a long literary tradition
Adjective(1) of or relating to the former British colony of Georgia(2) of or relating to or characteristic of the Asian republic of Georgia or its people or language(3) of or relating to or characteristic of the American state of Georgia or its inhabitants(4) of or relating to the Hanoverian kings of England
(1) Yes, I understand people in Georgia learn Russian in schools as well as Georgian , or at least they did so before the fall of the Soviet Union.(2) Furthermore, I do not speak Hebrew or Georgian , and I believe a lot has been lost in the creation of Late Marriage's English subtitles.(3) They had to think about what might happen if they were seen to be encouraging the overthrow of those in power in the ethnic minority regions, where many people don't speak Georgian - in the Armenian area, for instance.(4) Mississippians voted to keep the Confederate stars and bars on the state flag by a 2-to-1 margin, and opinion polls suggest most Georgians are of a like mind.(5) Although attacked by the farmers, officials with the U. S. Department of Agriculture shared many assumptions with the Georgians .(6) Her poems are notable for a restraint of expression combined with a powerful and passionate content which distinguish her from many of her Georgian contemporaries.(7) Just days earlier a Georgian patrol boat had fired at a civilian vessel in the Black Sea.(8) The Georgians are here in force, as well as the Belorussians - two countries which have suffered from similar governance to Ukraine's.(9) Houses built after 1840, which are Victorian houses, are frequently described as Georgian .(10) Although it has borrowed many words from Arabic, Turkic, Persian, and Russian, Georgian has remained distinctive.(11) Project organisers hope the code will eventually produce the kind of character that the Georgian city of Bath is regarded to have captured so successfully.(12) The present church building was built in 1831 in a tropical variation of the Georgian architectural style.(13) It is easy to imagine yourself back in Georgian times as you stroll through the city's handsome streets.(14) Just before intermission, Georgian dancers in crimson hats and tunics perform with stirring exuberance, reminding us that earthbound entertainment can also thrill.(15) Over the next decade, she changed from a Georgian versifier to a fine contemporary poet, largely by her own efforts, long before the days of creative writing classes.(16) After the Soviet Union was dissolved in September 1991, the Abkhazians were involved in an armed conflict with the Georgians , a neighboring ethnic group.
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