Name Margey - meaning, origin, popularity 

Margey name meaning

What does Margey mean?

Gender: Girl
Origin: Old Greek, Latin and Hebrew
Meaning: Name of a Saint, Jewel, Diminutive of Margaret and Child of Light
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Atypical Margey has its origin in Latin and Old Greek is given to girls. Margey is a form of venerable, famed and saintly Marjorie. Marjorie is variant form of pious and durable Marguerite. Marjorie is English cognate of Margery. Marjorie means Diminutive of Margaret, Child of Light and Pearl has origin in Latin and Old Greek. Also. Margey is form of virtuous, customary and everlasting Margaret. Margaret is a version of venerable, saintly and desirable Marguerite. Margaret is English form of Margareta.

Variants of Margey

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

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How popular is the name Margey?

Margey is a rare baby name in United States and may not be used now. At least, 100 people globally have been given the name as per our evaluation.



Numerological analysis of Margey

You are all about independence, and like to have your own possessions because you like to enjoy luxury but not at any prize. People that don't give their best effort is what annoys you. You sleep a lot because it's your way of escaping reality. Handling the problems and life situations of others keeps you distracted from your own. Your independence and narcissism make you more attractive than you already are in people's eyes.

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  •  Beni - Used in Danish, Swedish and Spanish unheard-of, Beni came from Latin and Hebrew, Beni means "Plait of Hair or Blessed" is used for both sexes
  •  Malaurie - Latin name Malaurie means "My Glory"
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