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I really love this name, especially the way it is pronounced. A beautiful name and it's not way too childish.
-- Anonymous User  11/1/2006
Wow, I think this spelling looks really, really weird. I don't think I like it.
-- Anonymous User  2/26/2007
I think it's better spelt Margorie. And a cool nickname is Margie rather than Marge. I love this name.
-- roxhai  3/6/2007
Margery Williams was a British (and later American) children's author. Her most famous work was The Velveteen Rabbit.
-- bananarama  11/18/2009
Really cute and cheeky and can suit any age.
-- lucyskydiamonds  3/29/2010
It makes me think of margarine, so it's one of those names that gives a rather greasy impression.
-- angolmois  9/11/2010
I've grown fond of Margery. It's a good, less common alternative to the similar-sounding Margaret -- a name which (in my opinion) is decent, but rather bland. I also like it far better than Margorie or Marjorie, which definitely carry an old-lady vibe.

For me, Margery brings to mind a youthful, astute young lady; however, it's also appropriate for someone older.
-- faelivrin  4/24/2011
A famous Margery was Margery Kempe, a 14th and 15th century English woman who wrote "The Book of Margery Kempe" about her life. It is considered the first autobiography in the English language.
-- sunshinechild67  2/28/2012

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