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Popularity Over Time: How Many Girls Have Been Named Jorja
This chart illustrates how many Girls were named Jorja in the U.S. since 1880.
A few facts about the girl's name Jorja:
Records indicate that 266 girls in the United States have been named Jorja since 1880.
The greatest number of people were given this name in 2006, when 266 people in the U.S. were given the name Jorja. Those people are now 11 years old.
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Comments about the name Jorja
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2 Positive Comments
"We named our daughter Jorja in 2006 after seeing the name on the CSI credits too. We liked he name Georgia just loved the combination of the letters Jorja. She is ten now - she also blonde hair and green eyes like one of the commenters above! The quirky name suits her and unlike many she loves her name. She has lots of misspellings but that has never bothered her. Personally I hate the 'Jorga' mistakes! So pleased we chose this beautiful, unusual name for our beautiful girl." Apr. 4, 2017:
"This is my name. I never liked it growing up; I always wanted a "normal" name. Nowadays, people play with spelling as the norm, but in 1967 it was not terribly common. Like one of the other posters, I was called a lot....along with myriad other mispronounciations. I get compliments on the uniqueness a lot now, can't take credit, it was my mother's quirkiness. My dad's name was George and so my name had to be Georgia, so my mom said, "Fine....watch this." And, so Jorja was the result. Really don't mind being different now." Aug. 4, 2011:
1 Negative Comment
"its my name, and i hate it. suits me maybe..unique for sure..made me the person i am today. although i'm tall blonde fair and green eyes, people pronounce it all wrong .. the hispanic way and its embarrassing. very embarrassing since there is no female hispanic name like that but boys tease the life out of you if someone says it- HORHA..and oh they will they cannot resist..just great.. .. or worse like yorya swedish which it isn't either.morons it is PHONETICALLY SPELLEd yet no one has a clue...i was named after jorja curtwright, an actress who was married to sydney sheldon. i am not sure where my mom saw her filmwork because you can't find much about her online." Dec. 10, 2009:
4 Neutral Comments
"My name is Jorja as well. I was born in 1963 and named after my grandfather George. The spelling of my name came out of the T.V. guide from an actress who was married to the author Sidney Sheldon. My grandmother thought that spelling my name J-O-R-J-A was a more feminine way of spelling Georgia. Growing up, I never liked my name as it was different and I was made fun of as a result. My name was and has been always mispronounced. Now, at the age of 51 yrs. of age, I really like my name and how it is spelled. Jorja Arleen Campbell, Olympia, WA" May. 17, 2014:
"This is my name, I love it and how it is spelled. It is funny when people get it wrong😜lol" Jun. 2, 2013:
"My daughter named her little girl, Jorja, after seeing the name in the credits of the tv show, CSI. It fits her to a tee--she is smart, quirky, and very personable. People like the name and it's not a common name." Feb. 7, 2009:
"hey, this is a pretty name! i loove the spelling :)" Mar. 11, 2008:
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