In 2018, 63 is the most common age for an American (U.S.) Margie* who is registered female with the Social Security Administration. It is the 634th most common female first name for living U.S. citizens.

*as a given name, not a nickname.
― Anonymous User  10/15/2018
Margie Phelps, the wife of Westboro Baptist founder Fred Phelps. This name is good for a holy roller.
TyrannosaurusRegina  1/17/2016
Can also be pronounced mar-gee with a hard g sound.
― Anonymous User  6/1/2013
So cute. I imagine it on a little old lady or a young girl.
Alora  4/17/2010
This was one of the nicknames friends used for me back in school. In retrospect, it's not a bad nickname, but I hated it at the time. I think Maggie is a slightly prettier nickname. I don't like the idea of either Maggie or Margie used as given names, though, because they are too informal.
HebrideanBlack  8/14/2008
The Fischer quintuplets are born in Aberdeen, South Dakota, the world's fourth surviving set of quints and the first in the United States. Jimmie, Cathy, Margie, Mary Ann and Maggie join five other siblings and are joined by a single baby sister, Cindy, born September 24, 1964.
Patricia Underwood  5/28/2008
Can also be used as a nickname of Marjorie, that's my mom's name and she goes by Margie.
ekatz7  10/27/2006
I don't know about a "famous bearer", but one of the main characters in Chris Fuhrman's novel The Dangerous Lives of Altar Boys is named Margaret Flynn and she goes by Margie. I think Margie is a much cuter nickname than Maggie.
lawruh  7/7/2006
This is my aunt's name and my family pronounces it MAR-gee (hard g-sound), probably because my grandma's name is Margaret.
greta-elisif  4/16/2006

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