[ jawr-jee-nuh ]


  1. a town in SE Ontario, in S Canada.
  2. Also Geor·gine [] a female given name.

Discover More

Example Sentences

"When Georgina [Chapman] was younger, her mother had a curiosity box," designer Keren Craig told The Daily Beast.

Weinstein Heir in Play: Marchesa co-designer Georgina Chapman gave birth to a son last Thursday, sources tell Page Six.

Pearl by Georgina Chapman of Marchesa will launch on March 1st, ranging in price from $70 to $100.

In 2004 a couple from Brisbane were on vacation with their children, Georgina, 5, and Scarlett, 14 weeks.

Georgina stepped in between the dingo and her baby sister just before their mother was able to scare the dingo away.

Somehow or other the maternal rôle, which had been so suddenly thrown upon Georgina, had become not ungrateful to her.

Georgina Welldon, the wife of an English officer, was an exceedingly eccentric character to say the least.

I came to understand that even Georgina Welldon, with her untidy kimono and her lawsuits, might have been more entertaining.

I showed the despatch at once to Lady Georgina and Mr. Hayes.

Neither Maud nor Georgina seemed disposed to trouble themselves about her.