# Category:Georgian terms by usage

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Fundamental » All languages » Georgian » Terms by usage

Georgian terms categorized by the manner and context in which they are used by speakers.

- Category:Georgian archaic terms: Georgian terms that are no longer in general use but still encountered in older literature and still sometimes used for special effect.
- Category:Georgian childish terms: Georgian terms that are typically only used by, or to, children.
- Category:Georgian colloquialisms: Georgian terms that are likely to be used primarily in casual conversation rather than in more formal written works, speeches, and discourse.
- Category:Georgian dated terms: Georgian terms that are no longer fashionable, thus are anachronistic.
- Category:Georgian derogatory terms: Georgian terms that belittle (lessen in value).
- Category:Georgian dialectal terms: Georgian terms that are not used in standard language but only in dialects.
- Category:Georgian disputed terms: Georgian terms whose usage is proscribed, thus they are considered wrong according to prescriptive sources.
- Category:Georgian endearing terms: Georgian terms that are used to show affection or endearment to another person.
- Category:Georgian euphemisms: Georgian terms that indirectly refer to something unpleasant or controversial.
- Category:Georgian formal terms: Georgian terms whose use is typically restricted to polite, ceremonious, non-casual contexts.
- Category:Georgian informal terms: Georgian terms whose use is typically restricted to casual, non‐ceremonious conversations.
- Category:Georgian jocular terms: Georgian terms that are humorous, amusing or joking.
- Category:Georgian literary terms: Georgian terms whose usage is typically restricted to works of literature.
- Category:Georgian nonstandard terms: Georgian terms that are considered improper, incorrect or commonly misused.
- Category:Georgian offensive terms: Georgian terms that are typically considered to offend people.
- Category:Georgian poetic terms: Georgian terms whose usage is typically restricted to works of poetry.
- Category:Georgian polite terms: Georgian polite terms, which are used to show deference and respect.
- Category:Georgian slang: Georgian nonstandard terms that are typically used to mark membership in a cultural subgroup.
- Category:Georgian terms with archaic senses: Georgian terms that are no longer in general use but still encountered in older literature and still sometimes used for special effect.
- Category:Georgian terms with historical senses: Georgian terms with senses that refer to things or concepts mainly known for their historical value.
- Category:Georgian terms with obsolete senses: Georgian terms that are no longer in current use, but found in older texts.
- Category:Georgian terms with rare senses: Georgian rarely used terms or terms with rarely used senses.
- Category:Georgian terms with uncertain meaning: Georgian terms whose meaning is unknown or disputed.
- Category:Georgian vulgarities: Georgian terms whose tone (rather than the meaning) is offensive to polite company.

## Subcategories

This category has the following 24 subcategories, out of 24 total.