Super cute!
Bubbles293739  6/1/2020
Used to be my grandmother's favorite flower, but it's a crappy name. Please, do your child a favor and don't name her (or him if you're like that...) Marigold. Almost as dumb as Goldilocks or Goldie. No offense to anyone named Marigold, if you really like that name, go for it. I just don't like it.
SaltyLemon123456  5/9/2020
Marigold makes me think of a stuck-up, rude mean girl. It is sappy and annoying to me. Nice sound, it just doesn't give a nice impression.
― Anonymous User  4/14/2020
Marigold is a beautiful name.
― Anonymous User  3/11/2020
Seriously considering Marigold, but I have issues with pronunciation. I am worried Europeans will constantly stumble on the "-gold" part.

Whoever said many people are hard of hearing - often jumbling the name "Marigold" with the name "Miracle" - also has a point.

"Margalit" seems easier for everyone to pronounce, and it's also so cute, but I'm missing the sunshiney, goldie meaning plus all the sweetness of the fragrance of the flower? Marigold seems just as playful as Margalit, maybe a drop richer. Or is it? I really can't choose between the two now.
― Anonymous User  2/24/2020
What a beautiful, cheerful name. It is the flower of Our Lady of Guadalupe. A magical healing flower.
― Anonymous User  8/6/2019
What an odd name for a person.
Luvbug86  3/20/2019
It's cute!
futuremother99  10/7/2018
Very, very beautiful!
kayisforkeen  9/22/2018
Marigold is a meh name to me.
Curious me  9/21/2018
I adore the name Marigold, it has timeless charm and fits a girl of any age. I associate it with aristocratic girls in English novels, and shimmering sunlight catching on water. It's unusual, but not outlandish, making it a good choice in all English-speaking countries.
― Anonymous User  9/5/2018
Marigold is a lovely name! I like flower names.
Kitandkat  3/26/2018
I think this name is lovely. It is uncommon which makes it even better.
CinderellaTiger  7/1/2017
The name Marigold was given to 66 girls born in the US in 2015.
HerculePoirot  6/22/2016
The PBS series Downton Abbey added a character named Marigold last season - the illegitimate daughter of Lady Edith.
elizabeth hamlet  8/28/2015
Oh, what a beautiful name this is! My best friend is called Marigold, but I call her 'Mari' for short. Yes, Mari with an 'i'. I think it's a nice, classy name and the rarest of names as well ^w^
― Anonymous User  8/24/2015
Absolutely stunning!
― Anonymous User  8/20/2015
Marigold is such a gorgeous name. This name is so underused.
― Anonymous User  8/10/2015
I really love this name, and I think Goldie would be such a sweet nickname. Not sure if I would be daring enough to use it, but I still think it's beautiful.
― Anonymous User  6/14/2015
Marigold is the name of Sam's younger sister in the Lord of the Rings books. She is married to the older brother of Sam's wife Rosie.
Buneary  3/24/2015
Sound: 10/10. Pretty. Would suit a young girl or an old women.
Uniqueness: 9/10.
Spelling: 10/10
Overall: 9/10
Beautiful name, beautiful flower, and I've never met a lady with this name.
Gio123  11/9/2013
Gorgeous name. Sounds original and pretty for me! I know a little girl called like that and she's just adorable.
― Anonymous User  7/22/2011
The name Marigold leaves a good impression on me because of this book I read when I was seven. It was called 'Marigold in Godmother's House' it was the most sweetest book I have ever read!
starz26  4/7/2010
"Marigold" is derived from "Mary's Gold", and the plant is associated with the Virgin Mary in Christian stories. Perhaps that is why the symbolic meaning of the Marigold flower is "pain and grief" - alluding to the pain and grief of the Virgin Mary? That's my hypothesis. I can't think of any other reason for such a happy-looking flower to have such a dreadful meaning.

I like this name, and I think Goldie would be a cool nickname. Or Margo, or Maggie, or any nickname for Mary, like Molly, May, Marion, etc.
― Anonymous User  8/13/2009
Another beautiful flower name. :) This one isn't as pretty as the other flower names though.
― Anonymous User  7/26/2009
Marigold is such a cute name. In the book, Once Upon a Marigold, by Jean Ferris, Princess Marigold is one of the main characters. The book is followed by the sequel, Twice Upon a Marigold.
Laytonmobile  6/5/2009
Magic for Marigold is a young adult novel by L. M. Montgomery, the author of the Anne of Green Gables series.
CoriNicole12  11/13/2008
Winston Churchill had a daughter named Marigold who died very young (1918-1921). His youngest child, another girl, was named Mary, which I find a bit strange.
Anneza  8/28/2007
Love the flowers but not as a name so much. There are worse names I guess.
― Anonymous User  4/2/2007
I love the name, but I don't like the flowers at all.
ml1muse  10/15/2006
One of the prettier and more interesting floral names.
― Anonymous User  8/22/2006
Supremely gorgeous name.
assumpta  7/29/2006
In a Polish fantasy book by Sapkowski one of the characters is called Merigold. I like the name.
ania24  3/28/2006
In the language of flowers, Marigold means "sorrow".
kelley  10/30/2005

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