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Mgeladze (Georgian: მგელაძე) is a Georgian noble family.[1] In Georgian it literally means "son of a wolf".

Representatives of the family were of the noble title Aznauri. Family name comes from Guria region. Individual branches were also well represented in Abkhazia and Adjara. After Georgia became a part of the Russian Empire, the family name was added to the noble book of Guria, and its representatives got equal rights as the Russian nobility.

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