|Georgia||Empire State of the South|
|African Americans of SE U.S. coast, creole language of Gullah people, population of African Americans living in the islands and coastal region of South Carolina Georgia and northeastern Florida; language spoken by these people||Gullah|
|an autonomous republic of southwest Georgia, pertaining to the republic of southwest Georgia||Adzhar|
|capital of Georgia (USA); city in Texas (USA)||Atlanta|
|general agent, General Assembly (of the United Nations), general assembly; legislative body in some states of the USA, Georgia, Go Ahead; go on, continue (Internet)||GA|
|Georgian writer, native or resident of the country Georgia; official language of the country Georgia; native or resident of the state of Georgia (USA), of 1714 to 1830 in Britain, of 18thC architectural style, of King George, official language of Georg...||Georgian|
|last name; city in Georgia (USA)||Eastman|
|member of Native N American people, member of the Native American people formerly located in Georgia; city in eastern Oklahoma||Muskogee|
|mountain range in the United States, extending from northern Georgia across western North Carolina and into West Virginia. It is the easternmost range of the Appalachian Mountains, with its highest point at Mount Mitchell 2,037 m/6,684 ft .||Blue Ridge; Blue Ridge Mountains|
|name of the athletic teams at the University of Georgia (USA)||Bulldogs|
|natives or residents of the country Georgia in Asia; natives or residents of the state of Georgia (USA)||georgians|
|region in southeastern Europe, south of the Caucasus Mountains, between the Black and Caspian seas, forming the southern part of Caucasia. It consists of the republics of Georgia, Armenia, and Azerbaijan.||Transcaucasia|
|river in the southeastern United States. It rises in southern Georgia and flows 306 km/190 mi through Florida into the Gulf of Mexico.||Suwannee|
|rock group that began in the 80s in Georgia (USA)||R.E.M.|
|town in Buckinghamshire (England); Eton College, preparatory school for boys near Windsor; town in Georgia (United States)||Eton|
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