Georgian is the official language of Georgia, a country located on the edge of the Black Sea, just north of Turkey and Armenia, and the native language of the Georgian people who live there. Georgian is spoken by about 4 million people as their primary language in Georgia, and estimates say another 500,000 people speak it abroad. Georgian is the most widely known of the Kartvelian language family which also includes Svan and Megrelian. The earliest mention of spoken Georgian is believed to be a passage from Roman grammarian Marcus Cornelius Fronto in the 2nd century A.D. The progression of Georgian to a written language resulted from the Georgian elite conversion to Christianity around the 4th century A.D. Georgian is a language rich in meaning and historical relevance. Baby Name World has many baby names and name meanings from Georgia, Turkey, Russian and Armenia.