Origin : English,
Pronunciation : JAWR-ee ,
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Numerology information Jorie:
Name Number: 3 Meaning: Communication, Interaction, Friendship, Joy, Lightness, Humor, Art, Positivity, Optimism
Additional information Jorie:
Short form of MARJORIE
Definition funny of Jorie:
A kind, caring person with a heart bigger than herself. Always thoughtful of others and her flirtation is irresistable to mere mortal men. She walks through the room with the purpose and confidence of royalty.
That hottie's gotta be a Jorie.
A beautiful, blonde, curly-haired girl that is a kickass person.
You're so incredible, just like a Jorie!
A bed wetter or someone who engages in the wetting of beds as a result of drinking too much, sleeping, or being medicore in said bed.
"Look at the puddle...dude she totally joried your bed."
a really lame person that tries so hard to be something or someone that they are not.
Books about Jorie:
Just Jorie by Robin Alexander (Sep 2, 2013)
Jorie Graham: Essays on the Poetry (Contemporary North American Poetry) by Thomas Gardner (Jun 27, 2005)
Ploughshares Winter 2001-02 Guest-Edited by Jorie Graham by Cole Swensen, Saskia Hamilton, Max Winter and Dean Young (Dec 1, 2001)
Jorie Graham's "Mind": A Study Guide from Gale's "Poetry for Students" (Volume 17, Chapter 11) (Mar 28, 2003)
Jorie Graham. Sea Change.(Book review): An article from: World Literature Today by John Mann (Jun 15, 2009)
No Image There and the Gaze Remains: The Visual in the Work of Jorie Graham (Studies in Major Literary Authors... by Catherine Karaguezian (Jan 15, 2014)
By Jorie Graham Hybrids of Plants and of Ghosts (Princeton Series of Contemporary Poets) (First Edition) by Jorie Graham (Jun 16, 1980)
Movies about Jorie:
Robert Hass and Jorie Graham: A Poetry Reading -
A Poetry Reading with Jorie Graham - Runtime: 1 hr 34 mins
Wiki information Jorie:
Jorie Graham is an American poet. The Poetry Foundation called Graham "one of the most celebrated poets of the American post-war generation." She replaced poet Seamus Heaney as Boylston Professor at Harvard, becoming the first woman to be appointed...
Jorie Burgos is an actor.