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A famous bearer of this name is Marge Simpson, the mother of Bart, Lisa and Maggie and the wife of Homer in the hit TV series.
-- doreenrugby  8/9/2005
I think Marge is awful. It makes me think of a large, unpleasant woman with a red face who yells a lot.
-- Anonymous User  8/30/2005
Doesn't it remind you of some nice, greasy diner in the middle of nowhere?
-- cooliojulio  2/24/2007
It is more appropriate for older women named Margaret but to me, it doesn't really seem appropriate for a little girl. Maggie would work much better for a little girl. I like that name better anyway.
-- CharlieRob  5/5/2007
Aunt Marge of the 3rd 'Harry Potter' book fits the large red-faced woman stereotype.
-- Sforzando  11/15/2007
I like this name, but it will be associated with Marge Simpson for quite a while.
-- bananarama  8/24/2008
How can Marge be short for Margaret? I thought it was Marjorie.
-- Anonymous User  1/19/2009
I HATE this name. My name is Margaret (no matter what the real name thing on my profile says, I like putting weird names for myself there) and I have been called Marge by several people, mostly as a joke. But this name reminds me of an old fat lady yelling at kids to get out of her yard. Not exactly a nice image.
-- thecookiemonster  2/12/2009
A famous bearer is Marge Piercy, author of "He, She and It", a reasonably well-known book.
-- JaneIsNotPlain  5/31/2009
This name makes me think of a fat, older woman smoking a cigarette (complete with a craggy voice from years of smoking) in front of her trailer... but once you move past that, it's adorable on a little girl!
-- gaelruadh19  10/30/2010
Marge Simpson from "the Simpsons" is what I'm reminded of. It is also an old lady name.
-- MyFartsSmellGood  7/1/2011
Its not the prettiest sounding name I've ever heard, but its unique.
-- Gio123  8/10/2013

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