User comments for Meg (Famous Bearer Only)

The name is borne by a character in "Phantom of the Opera" (dancer Meg Giry).
Caprice  7/30/2005
In the novel Little Women, the eldest March sister was called Meg, though her full name was Margaret.
Sera M.  10/7/2005
Actress Meg (born Margaret) Ryan is a famous bearer.
― Anonymous User  12/16/2005
Meg is the the name used for the daughter on the cartoon TV show Family Guy.
― Anonymous User  12/18/2005
Famous bearer is author Meg Cabot, who wrote THE PRINCESS DIARIES (later made into a major motion picture by Disney), as well as many other books. Her name is short for "Meggin", though.
― Anonymous User  3/14/2006
Meg Murray/O'Keeffe is a character in Madeline L'Engle's Time Quartet. Her name is derived from the scientific "mega-" prefix.
watermia  4/18/2006
Actually, Meg Murry (and later O'Keefe) had the full given name of Margaret. However, her parents, who were both scientists, gave her the nickname of 'Meg' because of the 'mega-' prefix.
cdawg  4/4/2018
Another author who goes by this name is Meg Rosoff, who has only published one book so far, which is called 'How I Live Now', and is a sort of romantic/adventure/finding-yourself novel. =]
Surreal  12/26/2006
Meg White is the other half to the duo The White Stripes.
rising_SoUtH  6/26/2007
Meg Buehler is the name of an 1844 girl in the Sisters In Time series.
Patricia Underwood  2/16/2008
In the movie "The Patriot" one of the main character's daughter's name is Meg but I have no clue as to who plays her in the movie.
Patricia Underwood  3/20/2008
Meg is the name of one of the girls in the Fueled by Ramen band, "Meg & Dia." I think it is also known as "The Meg & Dia Band."
Peachie  5/24/2008
This was the name of a character in the 1997 animated Disney movie HERCULES. She was Hercules's love interest.
Jesussaves7193  1/25/2009
Meg is the name of one of Rick Riordan's characters in the Trials of Apollo.
ilovefoodandbooks  7/26/2016
Meg is the name of a novel series by Steve Alten. The name does not refer to a specific character - it's short for megalodon, the species of the giant prehistoric sharks featured in the series.
Buneary  2/5/2017
I always think of Meg from family Guy.
FortuneSoldier93  3/22/2018

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