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Georgia (Republic)

LC control no.n 82118923
Descriptive conventionsrda
Geographic headingGeorgia (Republic)
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Geographic subdivision usageGeorgia (Republic)
Variant(s)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)
Gruzii︠a︡ (Republic)
Грузија (Republic)
Грузія (Republic)
Hruzii︠a︡ (Republic)
Республіка Грузія
Respublika Hruzii︠a︡
Γεωργία (Republic)
Gu̇rzhīstan (Republic)
Georgija (Republic)
See alsoGeorgian S.S.R.
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Associated placeMiddle East Eurasia
Special noteNon-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.
Found inAvalov, Z. The independence of Georgia in international politics, 1918-1921, 1981 (subj.) CIP t.p. (Georgia)
Enc. brit., 15th ed.: v. IV, p. 488 (1917-1921 saw, successively, a Transcaucasian state ruled from Petrograd, an independent Transcaucasia, and independent Georgia)
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)
Bol. sov. ėnt︠s︡., 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)
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)
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)
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)
Foreign names information bulletin, no. 12 (former name: Georgia, Republic of; new name: Georgia [conventional]; Sakʼartʼvelo [Georgian])
ha-Yehudim ha-Geruzim be-Gruzyah uve-Erets Yiśraʼel, 1975.
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 = Gruzii︠a︡; Грузија = Gruzija; Грузія = Hruzii︠a︡; Республіка Грузія = Respublika Hruzii︠a︡; Γεωργία = Geōrgia; Gu̇rzhīstan [transliteration of Kazakh name in Cyrillic script])
Kotnik, Janko. Slovensko-angleški slovar, 1962: page 754 (Georgija: Georgia)
The world factbook, via WWW, August 27, 2019 (Georgia. Location: Southwestern Asia, bordering the Black Sea, between Turkey and Russia, with a sliver of land north of the Caucasus extending into Europe; note - Georgia views itself as part of Europe; geopolitically, it can be classified as falling within Europe, the Middle East, or both. Geographic coordinates: 42 00 N, 43 30 E. Government type: semi-presidential republic)
Not found inLC data base, 05-27-92 (hdg: Georgian S.S.R.)
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