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The name George means "farmer" and there is no Hebrew name with the same meaning. There are also no Hebrew names that sound like George. But a person named George can pick any Hebrew name he wants.If you want to preserve the "OR" sound, you could use the name Lior (ליאור).

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George is the same in Hebrew as it is in English, and it's spelled ג׳ורג׳

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There's no such language as Jewish.

If you mean Hebrew, it's "George", spelled ג׳ורג׳

If you mean Yiddish, it's also "George", spelled דזשורדזש

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George = ג׳ורג׳

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