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Midge is not only a woman's name. The frontman of the 80's band Ultravox was named Midge Ure (he was a man by the way).
cyndi  3/23/2005
A midge is a small fly related to the mosquito. Some bite.
WeloveyouJesseLacey  5/31/2005
Midge Wood is a character in the Hitchcock classic Vertigo.
― Anonymous User  12/29/2005
I always associate this name with the Barbie doll named Midge, a pretty redhead friend of Barbie.
khaotickharma  12/19/2006
Midge was the ditzy wife of Bob and the mother of Donna on That 70's Show.
― Anonymous User  3/19/2007
How do you get Midge from the name Margaret?
blugal  5/12/2007
Midge comes from Madge which comes from Marge which comes from Margaret.
mhavril39  10/21/2007
I can't stand this name. It sounds very stupid and unpleasant, just a tad more bearable than Mitzi, and that's not saying much.
slight night shiver  4/30/2008
I have always seen the nickname Midge used for the name Michele.
Belphoebe  4/23/2009
I don't know if it's the small yet energetic sound or the appealing spelling, but there's something cute about Midge.
gio2475  9/15/2009
Midge Steering, the dimwitted wife of Fat Stew in "The World According to Garp" by John Irving.
lucyskydiamonds  2/22/2010
Midge Klump is a character in the Archie Comic universe. Her defining characteristics are her short black hair and position as the girlfriend of Moose Mason.
JoReia  8/31/2012
Midge Hardcastle, character in Agatha Christie's The Hollow.
― Anonymous User  12/14/2012
Just add a "t" to it and you get "midget". Ugh.
Quamalamalam  3/7/2014
Mary, Mungo and Midge is a British animated children's TV series.
― Anonymous User  11/19/2014
I think Midge would also work nicely as a boy's name, not just a girl's. I like it- it sounds friendly and energetic.
ThatOneAuthorGirl  2/6/2016
This is definitely a cute nickname, but not so good as an actual name.
Aliria  4/5/2016
Midge is a cool name, and it is also the name of a character in an episode of Dr Who in 1989, called Survival. He was a good character, who later turned evil and died. He was played by actor Will Barton.
Marvel  4/6/2016
Perhaps a good nickname for Imogen?
GraceGhost  6/11/2016

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