Origin of first name:
Greeks, Originals, Rare
Meaning of the name:
Derived from Joris, so Georges, this Greek name is inspired by the old expression "georgios" used to describe farmers. This male given name is composed of "gum" and "ergon" meaning "earth" and "work" respectively.
No known Jauris
Joris Dumery, an 18th-century carillon builder, Joris Van Der Haagen, a 17th century painter, Joris Van Spilbergen, a 16th-century Dutch navigator, Joris Peusens, an ice hockey player, and Joris Bert, are some of the historical figures named Joris. baseball, Joris Daudet cyclist, Joris Marveaux, Joris Colinet, Joris Mathijsen, Joris Van Overeem, Joris Delle, Joris Van Hout, Joris Voest and Joris Di Gregorio all footballers, Joris Voorn DJ, Joris Hoefnage Flemish artist of the 16th century, Joris Jarsky actor, Joris Lacoste and Joris Ivens directors, Joris Eeckhout poet and priest and Joris-Karl Huysmans writer.
His character :
The Jauris feel particularly comfortable in public, where they can demonstrate their leadership qualities. This personality trait gives them great ease, thus satisfying their need for autonomy and independence.
Geordie, Geordy, Georgio, Jorg and Yuri.
His party :
We celebrate Saint Joris on July 26th. On this date, Blessed Joris, Armenian bishop of the 11th century, is honored.
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