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Margarita is also a Russian name, though very uncommon. My name is Margarita, but I have never come across any Russian women with this name under the age of fifty. I guess it used to be more popular in the past. The three standard Russian nicknames for Margarita are Rita (Ree-ta), Margosha and Margo.
-- HebrideanBlack  3/18/2006
This is also a Scandinavian name.
-- libbygirl  9/9/2006
One comment mentioned that Margarita is rare in Russia. It's somewhat true, it was a common name for an older woman, but it has come back in style. In the school I worked in we had quite a few for the small size and most of them were in the younger classes and I've noticed them popping up more often. Eva, Elizaveta and Polina are as well.
-- lizochka  9/20/2010
This name is also used in Greece.
-- Buneary  1/24/2013
The name Margarita was given to 143 baby girls born in the US in 2012.
-- Oohvintage  7/17/2013
The name Margarita was given to 124 girls born in the US in 2015.
-- HerculePoirot  6/15/2016
It is also used in Greek (Μαργαρίτα)
-- heyyyyyyyyyyyy  12/1/2016

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