Margarida meaning and origin

Gender: Girl
Origin: Old Greek
Usage: Portuguese
Meaning: The Pearl
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Origin of Unconventional Margarida is in Old Greek language bestowed upon baby girls which is used in Portuguese, meaning of Margarida is "The Pearl". Margarida is a variation of venerable and cherished Margaret. Margaret is a variant of perennial and saintly Marguerite. Margaret is equivalent of Margareta in English language. Margaret's meaning is The Pearl, Name of a Saint and Pearl is rooted from Old Greek. It is celebrated on November 16.

Variants of Margarida

Margaret, Marguerite, Margareta, Grieta, Margaux, Mamie, Tita, Margueritte, Annemargaret, Griet, Margarita, Magga, Maret, Marga, Greta, Margau, Margeaux, Margot, Mammie, Maria, Mariam, Mariamne, Mirjam, Mary, Thita, Christina, Margueriette, Ann, Anna, Anders, Arne, Anne

Names that rhyme with Margarida

Popularity of Margarida

Margarida is a unique baby name in France, it has been in use since 1966 and was able to reach the top 700 names. In 1972, it achieved its highest ever ranking of 602 on girl names chart when 31 babies were named Margarida. Over 284 people have been named Margarida in France. Margarida is an uncommon baby name in United States and may not be used now. In England and Wales, it has been in use since 2001 and peaked in 2013 when it ranked 3160th. In Switzerland, it has been in use since 1998 but could not make beyond the top 400. Over 139 babies in Switzerland have been named Margarida.

Margarida is a rare baby name in Ireland however it is still in use. However things change on global perspective, Margarida is extremely popular in Brazil where every 1 in 2000 have the name as well as in Angola. Also the baby name is popular in Portugal, Mozambique and East Timor. At least, 440000 people around the globe have been given the name as per our research.



Margarida in Nordic countries

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What numbers say about Margarida?

You are a good listener and friend. Having letter A at the end of your name symbolizes your free thinking and an open mind. Your motto is: be the change you want to see in the world and make a difference while you are alive. You prefer to take advantage of people, but feel disappointed when someone takes you for granted. No one dares to say bad things about you. People take you as a self-absorbed person but you don't care how they take you.

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Namesakes of Margarida

    Margarida Vila-Nova, Portuguese actress
  • Margarida Carpinteiro in as Actress
  • Margarida Marinho in Aparelho Voador a Baixa Altitude as Actress
  • Margarida Moreira in Bairro as Actress
  • Margarida Cardeal is renowned for her acting in TV series Velhos Amigos
  • Margarida Cardoso, from 1953 drama film O Canto do Mar, who characterized N.
  • Margarida Neto, from 2016 documentary movie Heinz-Bosl Stiftung Portrait, who characterized N.
  • In 2011, Margarida Carvalho portrayed the role of N in drama flick A Vida Queima.

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