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Georgia (Republic)


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    • Republic of Georgia
    • Sakʻartʻvelo (Republic)
    • Sakʻartʻvelos Respublika
    • Gruzyah (Republic)
    • Cheorchia (Republic)
    • Xorxa (Republic)
    • Jorjia (Republic)
    • Gürcüstan (Republic)
    • Gruzie (Republic)
    • Gruzínská republika
    • Georgien (Republic)
    • República de Georgia
    • Kartvelio (Republic)
    • Gruzio (Republic)
    • Gruusia (Republic)
    • Georgian tasavalta
    • Lýðveldið Georgia
    • Géorgie (Republic)
    • Geörgje (Republic)
    • An tSeoirsia
    • tSeoirsia (Republic)
    • Xeorxia (Republic)
    • Republik Georgia
    • Gruzija (Republic)
    • Grúzia (Republic)
    • Pow Grousi
    • Gruzijas Republika
    • Gruzja (Republic)
    • Giorgia (Republic)
    • Gruzínsko (Republic)
    • Republika Gruzija
    • Đurđija (Republic)
    • Gürcistan (Republic)
    • Georgän (Republic)
    • Gjeorgjia (Republic)
    • Грузия (Republic)
    • Gruzii͡a (Republic)
    • Грузија (Republic)
    • Грузія (Republic)
    • Hruzii͡a (Republic)
    • Республіка Грузія
    • Respublika Hruzii͡a
    • Γεωργτ̔̈«”αε·α (Republic)
    • Gu̇rzhīstan (Republic)
    • Georgija (Republic)
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  • Sources

    • found: Avalov, Z. The independence of Georgia in international politics, 1918-1921, 1981 (subj.)CIP t.p. (Georgia)
    • found: Enc. brit., 15th ed.:v. IV, p. 488 (1917-1921 saw, successively, a Transcaucasian state ruled from Petrograd, an independent Transcaucasia, and independent Georgia)
    • found: Enc. brit., 14th ed.:v. 19, p. 820 (in Transcaucasia a local assembly was set up after the November revolution; it did not wish to secede from the Russian Republic)
    • found: Bol. sov. ėnt͡s., 3rd ed.:v. 9, p. 297 (4/22/18 Zakavkazskiĭ seĭm declared Zakavkazʹe an independent federated republic) v. 7, p. 368 (5/26/18 the Mensheviks proclaimed Georgia an independent republic; 2/18/21 Georgia was declared a Soviet Socialist Republic)
    • found: BGN. Foreign names info bull., Feb. 1992, surrogate:p. 2 (former name: Gruzinskaya Sovetskaya Sotsialisticheskaya Respublika [Russian]; new name: Georgia [brief], Republic of; PCL1: 42°00ʹN, 43°30ʹE)
    • found: BGN. Foreign names info bull., Sept. 1994:p. 2 (former name: Georgia [short form], Republic of: PCLI 42°00ʹN, 43°30ʹE: new name: Georgia [short form], Republic of [conventional]; Sakʻartʻvelo [Georgian short form]; Sakʻartʻvelos Respublika [Georgian long form]: PCLI 42°00ʹN, 43°30ʹE)
    • found: Univ. of Texas--REENIC. Georgian home page WWW, 02-28-97(On 6 Nov. 96 the Republic of Georgia's Parliament suggested that their country be renamed as Georgia (Sakʻartʻvelo) in accordance with their new constitution)
    • found: Foreign names information bulletin, no. 12(former name: Georgia, Republic of; new name: Georgia [conventional]; Sakʼartʼvelo [Georgian])
    • found: ha-Yehudim ha-Geruzim be-Gruzyah uve-Erets Yiśraʼel, 1975.
    • found: Wikipedia, Oct. 8, 2006(Georgia (Georgian transliterated as Sakartvelo), known officially from 1990 to 1995 as the Republic of Georgia; name in other languages: Cheorchia; Xorxa; Jorjia; Geòrgia; Gürcüstan; Gruzie; Gruzínská republika; Georgien; República de Georgia; Kartvelio; Gruzio; Gruusia; Georgian tasavalta; Lýðveldið Georgia; Géorgie; Geörgje; An tSeoirsia; Xeorxia; Republik Georgia; Gruzija; Grúzia; Pow Grousi; Georgië; Gruzijas Republika; Geórgia; Gruzja; Giorgia; Gruzínsko; Gruzínska republika; Republika Gruzija; Đurđija; Gruzia; Gürcistan; Georgän; Gjeorgjia) Apr. 13, 2009 (Грузия = GruziЋiЌa; Грузија = Gruzija; Грузія = HruziЋiЌa; Республіка Грузія = Respublika HruziЋiЌa; Γεωργτ̔̈«”αε·α = GeЅorgia; GЇurzhЅistan [transliteration of Kazakh name in Cyrillic script])
    • found: Kotnik, Janko. Slovensko-angleški slovar, 1962:page 754 (Georgija: Georgia)
    • notfound: LC data base, 05-27-92 (hdg: Georgian S.S.R.)
  • Editorial Notes

    • [Non-Latin script references not evaluated.]
    • [DESCRIPTIVE USAGE: Name heading for the government for both 1917-1921 and after 1991. Use "Georgia" as qualifier for places within the country.]
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    • 1982-08-31: new
    • 2018-06-15: revised
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