georgian

  1. a resident of the American state of Georgia
  2. a native or inhabitant of Asian Georgia
  3. a southern Caucasian language with 3 million speakers and a long literary tradition

Georgian

Georgian is a period of English architecture, furniture making, and decorative art between 1714 and 1830. The architecture is mainly Classical in style, although external details and interiors were often rich in Rococo carving. Furniture at this time was often made of mahogany and satinwood, and mass production became increasingly common; designers...
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Georgian

[adj] - of or relating to the former British colony of Georgia 2. [adj] - of or relating to or characteristic of the Asian republic of Georgia or its people or language 3. [adj] - of or relating to or characteristic of the American state of Georgia or its inhabitants 4. [adj] - of or relating to the Hanoverian kings of England 5....
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Georgian

The people of a number of related groups which make up the largest ethnic group in Georgia and the surrounding area. There are 3-4 million speakers of Georgian, a member of the South Caucasian...
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Georgian

Period of English architecture, furniture making, and decorative art between 1714 and 1830. The architecture is mainly classical in style, although external details and interiors were often rich in...
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Georgian

General term for artistic styles, architecture, decoration and objects from 1714 to 1837AD (the reigns of the Kings George I, II and III - William IV is included in this).
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Georgian

Blanket term applied to the styles prevalent through the reigns of the four King Georges in Britain from 1714 to 1830. Usually refers to architecture, furniture, silver and the like, rather than painting. Unifying characteristic, if it has one, a certain classical restraint and harmony.
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Georgian

the period from the accession of King George I in 1714 to the death of King George IV in 1830, including therefore the first ten years of the Regency period, which became characterised by the bow front. Initially influenced by Roman antiquity, as Greece became ac...
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Georgian

Georgian architecture, built in the 18th and early 19th centuries, is generally-speaking, characterised by simplicity, with plain wall surfaces, large window openings, and careful attention to proportion, and to the relationship between architectural features. In more elaborate Georgian buildings, classical features are often employed. Roof pitches...
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Georgian

Geor'gi·an adjective 1. Of or pertaining to Georgia, in Asia, or to Georgia, one of the United States. 2. Of or relating to the reigns of the four Georges, kings of Great Britan; as, the Georgian era.
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Georgian

Geor'gi·an noun A native of, or dweller in, Georgia.
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Georgian

adjective of or relating to the Hanoverian kings of England; `the first Georgian monarch`
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Georgian

• (a.) Of or relating to the reigns of the four Georges, kings of Great Britan; as, the Georgian era. • (n.) A native of, or dweller in, Georgia. • (a.) Of or pertaining to Georgia, in Asia, or to Georgia, one of the United States. • (a.) Of or pertaining to Georgia, one of the United States.
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Georgian

(from the article `Caucasian peoples`) The Caucasian peoples are subdivided, like the Caucasian languages, into two northern branches and a southern branch. The southerners, comprising the ... The roots of the Georgian people extend deep in history; their cultural heritage is equally ancient and rich. During the medieval period a powerf...
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georgian

when characterizing poetry, work written in the reigns of the four Georges (1714-1830) or in the reign of George V (1910-36).
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Georgian

Elegant design of the 1700's, which is heavier and more ornate than Queen Anne. Georgian features include elaborately carved cabriole legs, ball and claw feet, pierced backsplats and ornate carving.
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Georgian

the period in eighteenth-century and early nineteenth-century England related to the reigns of the first four Georges; popular styles include Adam, Chippendale, Hepplewhite, and Sheraton
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Georgian

(period) Period of English architecture, furniture making, and decorative art between 1714 and 1830. The architecture is mainly classical in style, although external details and interiors were often rich in rococo carving. Furniture w...
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Georgian

(anthology) The people of a number of related groups which make up the largest ethnic group in Georgia and the surrounding area. There are 3–4 million speakers of Georgian, a member of the South Caucasian language family, and the official language of Georgia
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Georgian

silver associated with the reigns of Kings George I (1714-1727), George II (1727-1760) and George III (1760-1820). Also broadly refers to the eighteenth century and to its style.
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Georgian

When characterizing poetry, work written in the reigns of the four georges (1714-1830) or in the rei
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Georgian

[Unicode block] Georgian is a Unicode block containing the Mkhedruli and Asomtavruli Georgian characters used to write Modern Georgian, Svan, and Mingrelian languages. Another lower case, Nuskhuri, is encoded in a separate Georgian Supplement block, which is used with the Asomtavruli to write the ecclesiastical Khutsuri Georgian script. ......
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