Marge meaning and origin
Illustrous and Rooted Marge's origin is Old Greek and Latin, meaning of Marge is "The Pearl" used primarily in English and Scottish is bestowed upon baby girls. Marge is version of virtuous, lofty and imperishable Margaret. Margaret is variant form of pious and long standing Marguerite. Margaret is English form of Margareta. Origin of Loved and Quaint Margaret is in Old Greek, meaning of Margaret is "Pearl, Name of a Saint and Jewel".
Variants of Marge
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, AnneNames that rhyme with Marge
Popularity of Marge
Marge used to be a common name in United States, first appeared in 1889 and over 3784 babies have been given the name in 81 years. When at its peak in 1941,. After 81 years of usage, the name has fallen out of the charts. Marge is a rare baby name in France there is very thin chances of it still being given. Marge is a common name in Estonia and Canada while somewhat familiar name in India, Australia, Philippines, England, Brazil, Tanzania and South Africa. As per our findings, over 30000 people has been named Marge globally.
Numerological aspects of Marge
You never get tired from trying to be better than you were yesterday. You don't have to struggle to get the things you want because you are born under a lucky star. You are the mover and shaker of the world. You believe that nothing is impossible until your heart beats. You want to be the boss in every situation. You want to achieve a great success and accomplish your dreams in order to prove yourself you can do it.
Parents who liked Marge, loved these names
- Dorian - Mainly used in Danish, Norwegian and French illustrous, Dorian means "Dorians, Of the Dorian Tribe or Rich" and is used for both genders has its origin in Old Greek, Greek and Latin
- Paterne - Paternes origin is Latin, meaning of Paterne is "Paternal"
- Albina - Specifically used in Danish, Swedish and Finnish long standing and dominant, Albina came from Latin, meaning of Albina is "The Word Albus Which is of the Meaning White or Friend of the Elves" is used for baby girls
- Julia - Trendy and Conifer Julia is originated from Latin, Julia means "Youth or Jove's Child" used mainly in Faroese, Sindhi and Finnish is bestowed upon both sexes
- Tonya - Prominent Tonya came from Russian and Latin is used as a gender insensitive name, meaning of Tonya is "Priceless or Praiseworthy" is dominantly used in Finnish and Swedish
Namesakes of Marge
- Marge Burns, American and former collegiate and professional golfer
- Marge Piercy, American poet, novelist, and social activist
- Marge Schott, managing general partner
- Marge, comics creator
- Marge Roukema, American politician
- Marge Redmond, American actress and singer
- Marge Simon, American artist and a writer of speculative poetry and fiction
- Marge Champion, American dancer, choreographer
- Margery Morris in Bedtime Story as Actress
- Margery Ross in The Naked Gun 2½: The Smell of Fear as Actress
- Marge Brinkley in Christie Brinkley as
- Margee Magee in Wheel! Of! Family! as Writer
- Margena A. Christian in Hip Hop Wives as
- Margeaux Muir in The Girl in the Painting as Actress
- Margery McKay in The Sound of Music as Soundtrack
- Margery Nelson in True Confessions as Actress