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George englanniksi

  1. (given name)

  2. (RQ:Shakespeare Richard 3)

  3. 1830 (w), ''Our Village: Fourth Series: Cottage Names:''

  4. George and Charles are unlucky in this respect; they have no diminutives, and what a mouthful of monosyllables they are! names royal too, and therefore unshortened. A king must be of a very rare class who could afford to be called by shorthand;
  5. 1977 (w), ''Nursery School:''

  6. George... don't do that!
  7. (surname).

  8. (surname), a variant of Georg.

  9. (surname), an anglicization of (m).

  10. (given name); also used in the conjoined name George Ann(e).

  11. 1925, ''state of Georgia's Official Register'', page 100:

  12. Roy Davis Stubbs, Eatonton, ''Judge''. Son of Robert D. and Maud (Middleton) Stubbs. ... Married Miss George Smith Feb. 14, 1918 in Knoxville, Tenn.
  13. 2004, George Sargent Janes Leubuscher, Douglas W. Patton, ''A Girl Named George: My First Hundred Years''

  14. (senseid) The autopilot of an aircraft.

  15. 1956, ''Flying Magazine'' (volume 59, number 6, page 33)

  16. "'George rides in the back, aft of the baggage compartment,” said Aviation Sales Manager, John Brophy, with a smile as he climbed out. (..) I switched on the autopilot and turned the turn knob to the left to get the turn-bank indicator to show a one-needle turn. Instantly, George rolled the Cessna into a smooth 10° bank to the left.
  17. 1993, ''Flying'' (volume 120, page 73)

  18. I relied on "George" and "Fred"—the autopilot and the flight director—to fly the airplane while I worked my way through (..)
  19. (senseid) Generic name for a Pullman porter.

  20. (place).

  21. (place), 1st president of the United States.

  22. A coin bearing King George's profile.

  23. (RQ:Stevenson Treasure Island)

  24. A jewelled figure of St George slaying the dragon, worn by Knights of the Garter.

  25. 1908, Sir Ralph Payne-Gallwey, ''A History of the George Worn on the Scaffold by Charles I'' (page 93)

  26. (..) the King appears to be wearing a George containing the motto inside the gems, as it is in the jewel at Windsor.
  27. (place)

  28. (foreign name)