Jorge

Jorge (, ) is a Portuguese and Spanish given name, equivalent to English George. It is derived from the Greek γεωργός (georgos), meaning "farmer" or "earth-worker".

  • Jorge Ben Jor, Brazilian musician
  • Jorge Betancourt, Cuban diver
  • Jorge Luis Borges, Argentine author
  • Jorge Campos, Mexican football (soccer) goalkeeper
  • Jorge Cantú, baseball player
  • Jorge Cham, web comic writer
  • Jorge Chavez, Early French-Peruvian Aviator
  • Jorge Costa, professional footballer
  • Jorge De La Rosa, baseball pitcher
  • Jorge Eliécer Gaitán, Colombian politician assassinated in 1948
  • Jorge Enrique Adoum (1926–2009), Ecuadorian writer
  • Jorge Garbajosa, Spanish basketball player
  • Jorge Garcia, American actor and comedian
  • Jorge García Torre, Spanish footballer known as 'Jorge'
  • Jorge Gómez, Chilean football (soccer) player
  • Jorge Guillén, Spanish poet
  • Jorge Gutiérrez, Argentine squash player
  • Jorge Herrera, Puerto Rican freestyle swimmer
  • Jorge Julio, baseball player
  • Jorge Lencina, Argentine judoka
  • Jorge Liderman, American
  • Jorge Lorenzo, Spanish motorcycle racer
  • Jorge Humberto Martínez, Colombian road cyclist
  • Jorge Mondragón, Mexican diver
  • Jorge Negrete, Mexican actor
  • Jorge Nuno Pinto da Costa, Portuguese chairman of FC Porto
  • Jorge Otálvaro, Colombian road cyclist
  • Jorge Orta, baseball player
  • Jorge Páez, Mexican boxer and actor
  • Jorge Pescara, Brazilian musician
  • Jorge Posada, baseball catcher
  • Jorge Russek (1932–1998), Mexican actor
  • Jorge Querejeta, Argentine field hockey player
  • Jorge Quinteros, Argentine football (soccer) player
  • Jorge Quinteros, Chilean mountaineer
  • Jorge Racca, Argentine basketball player
  • Jorge Rafael Videla, 43rd Argentine president and dictator
  • Jorge Richardson, Puerto Rican track and field athlete
  • Jorge Humberto Rodríguez, retired Salvadoran footballer
  • Jorge Sampaio, Portuguese former President of the Republic
  • Jorge Semprún, Spanish writer and politician
  • Jorge Solís, Mexican boxer
  • Jorge Valdano, Argentine football (soccer) player
  • Seu Jorge, Brazilian musician
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María Mercedes (telenovela) - Plot
... According to his will, Malvina, her son Jorge Luis and her daughter Digna must live there, if they want to inherit any of his fortune ... Jorge Luis is a sad man since the murder of his wife on his wedding day ... After María moves into the del Olmo household, she falls in love with Jorge Luis, who is weak against his mother's will and always does as she wants ...
Azuloscurocasinegro - Plot
... Jorge is a young man whose plans for the future are put on hold when his father has a stroke ... When Natalia, his childhood crush, returns from a stint studying abroad, Jorge begins to yearn for something better ... Antonio, Jorge’s older brother, soon to be released from jail, is an opportunist who has never gotten along with their father ...
Club Deportivo Olimpia - Players - Notable Former Players
... Tosello Everaldo Ferreira Fábio de Souza Luciano Emilio Rodiney Martins Walter Pearson Jorge Manuel Ulate Jorge Bustillo Juan Manuel Cárcamo Selvin Cárcamo Rolin Castillo ...
Todd Witsken - ATP Tour Finals (22) - Doubles Champion (12)
6 March 1988 Indian Wells, USA Hard Jorge Lozano Boris Becker Guy Forget 4–6, 4–6 Runner-up 3. 1 May 1988 Charleston, USA Clay Jorge Lozano Pieter Aldrich Danie Visser 6–7, 3–6 Winner 1. 8 May 1988 Forest Hills, USA Clay Jorge Lozano Pieter Aldrich Danie Visser 6–3, 7–6 Winner 2 ...
São Jorge Airport
... São Jorge Airport (Portuguese Aérodromo de São Jorge) (IATA SJZ, ICAO LPSJ) is an airport located 6 km (3.7 mi) northwest of Velas and 28 km (17 mi) southeast of ...