GENDER: Feminine
USAGE: French
PRONOUNCED: mar-GO   [key]
Meaning & History
Variant of MARGOT influenced by the name of the wine-producing French town. It was borne by Margaux Hemingway (1954-1996), granddaughter of author Ernest Hemingway, who had it changed from Margot.
Related Names
OTHER LANGUAGES: Grete, Grethe, Merete, Meta, Mette, Rita (Danish), Greet, Greetje, Griet (Dutch), Greta, Gretchen, Madge, Mae, Maggie, Mamie, Margie, May, Meg, Rita, Gretta, Jorie, Marge, Margo, Marje, Mayme, Midge, Peg, Peggie, Peggy (English), Reeta, Reetta (Finnish), Greta, Gretchen, Grete, Meta, Rita, Gretel (German), Gréta, Rita (Hungarian), Rita (Italian), Greet (Limburgish), Paaie (Manx), Meggy (Medieval English), Grete, Grethe, Meta, Mette, Rita (Norwegian), Marzena (Polish), Rita (Portuguese), Maisie, Mysie, Peigi (Scottish), Rita (Spanish), Greta, Märta, Meta, Rita (Swedish), Mared (Welsh)
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