Jorge is a Spanish or Portuguese male name, which is the equivalent of the English name, George. The names Jorge and George derive from the Greek Georgios, which in term derives from the Greek word georgos, which means "farmer".
The correct pronunciation of Jorge in Spanish is Hor-heh. Both the "J" and the "G" are pronounced as "H". The final syllable is pronounced with an open "e" sound and not with a long "e", which is to say with an "ee" sound.
Jorge is a particularly widespread name around the world, but it gained particular prominence in Britain in 2020, due to Storm Jorge hitting the UK and Ireland.