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Italian name. According to first-names-meanings.com, she "is a seductive and glamorous woman who is understanding, communicative, pleasant and friendly in her interactions with others. Nonetheless shy and unassuming, she is torn between her concern for others´ needs (she is always prepared to lend a sympathetic ear), and her desire to be recognised for her true worth and be the best... Cheerful and enthusiastic, she is generally also rather impatient, nervous and whimsical, and could even be known to lose her cool completely. She is bright, adaptable and savvy, with a sharp and critical mind. Her memory is excellent, and Giorgina doesn´t have any problems on an intellectual level. She has great talent for foreign languages and self-expression and knows exactly how to use her charm and her powers of persuasion to achieve the results she desires. She is highly inquisitive and particularly relishes change, which could make her a little scattered at times. As a child, she is very emotional and heavily influenced by her family. She has a wild imagination and this could be responsible for all sorts of fear and worry. She can often be introverted and withdrawn in the earliest years of her life, especially if she doesn´t receive enough affection and reassurance. She is a popular young lady and loves to talk for hours on the phone with her friends..."
What does she do?
The professions that predominantly match her profile are those that require strong interpersonal and communication skills: commerce, sales, public relations, press officer, advertising, involving the spoken word and the voice (teacher, lawyer...), or writing (secretary, writer...), requiring manual dexterity (craft), or in conjunction with the concept of advice." In addition, she would be a great linguist, i.e working as a translator or interpreter.

Ethymology
If we leave the first letter of this name, the "g", plus the vowels the word "gioia", which means happiness in Italian is formed. Furthermore, since "-ina" is a diminutive in Italian, this means that "Giorgina" is usually a cheerful and short girl.

- What's your name?
- Giorgina.
by Marianne07 September 27, 2012