Margot meaning and origin
Chiefly used in French, Finnish, European, Eastern, Swedish, Norwegian, English, Icelandic, German and Danish long standing and eminent, Margot is originated from Old Greek, meaning of Margot is "The Pearl or Child of Light" is a girl name . Margot is derived from Marguerite. Marguerite is form of Margaret in French and English languages. Also Marguerite is form of Margarita in French language. Marguerite's meaning is The Pearl is rooted from French and Old Greek.. Margot is short version of Margarete. Margarete is variant form of eminent and conifer Marguerite. Also Margarete is a variation of venerable and well-liked Margareta. Of Latin and Old Greek origin, Well-Liked and Venerable Margarete, Margarete means "Pearl and Russian Form of Margaret".. Margot is celebrated on November 16th.
Variants of MargotNames that rhyme with Margot
Popularity of Margot
a popular name in United States having over 13424 recievers in 120 years of usage. Currently the name is hotter than ever, it ranked 358th when 877 parents chose the moniker for their baby girls. Moreover, the first name has been to the top 500 baby names 3 times Also, a popular name in England and Wales having over 1919 recievers in 23 years of usage. Recently peaking at the charts, it ranked 99th when 534 parents chose the moniker for their baby girls. Moreover, the moniker has been to the top 100 baby names 1 times Also, a popular name in France having over 43614 recievers in 107 years of usage. When at the peak of its usage in 1999, the moniker grabbed the 37th spot and 2004 baby girls were given the name. Moreover, the name has been to the top 50 baby names 19 times
In Belgium, Margot was once a common name since emerging in 1995 it has been given to over 3734 babies. When at its peak in 2000,. After 24 years, the name has past its prime. Margot is a unique baby name in Switzerland, it has been in use since 1998 and was able to reach the top 300 names. Recently in 2017, it achieved its highest ever ranking of 260 on girl names chart when 31 babies were named Margot. There are over 447 babies that have been given the name Margot in Switzerland.
Margot is an uncommon baby name in Ireland where it is still in use. However things change on global perspective, Margot is extremely popular in Germany where every 1 in 600 have the name. Also the baby name is popular in Netherlands, Peru, Chile and Austria. At least, 280000 people around the globe have been given the name as per our estimate.
Margot in Nordic countries
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What numerology tells about Margot?
You are dominant when it comes to relationships. You never get too obsessed with a person because you know that everything in life is temporary, especially relationships. People envy your success and personal life, and would give just anything to be like you. You never come up with a plan to achieve something but make your way as you go. Your weird habit of enjoying melancholy helps you express more creatively and develop into a better version of yourself.
Do you like Margot? You would love these names
- Pancrazio means All Power is largely used in Italian, a boy name is of Old Greek origin
- Arsènia - Of Greek origin, Arsènia means "Male or Virile"
- Asja - Uncustomary Asja specifically is used in Tamil, Russian and English is a baby girl name, meaning of Asja is "Resurrection or Risen One" came from Old Greek and English
- Gile means Youthful Downy-beared One and Young Goat has origin in Old Greek is aimed at baby boys. Gile is derivative of Giles.
- Persis - Lofty and Perennial girl name Persis has its origin in Old Greek, meaning of Persis is "Woman from Persia"
Namesakes of Margot
- Margot Ruddock, English actress, poet and singer
- Margot Heinemann, British Marxist writer, drama scholar
- Margot Lander, most important Danish ballerina of the first half of the twentieth century
- Margot Jefferys, was Professor of Medical Sociology at Bedford College
- Margot Anand, French author, teacher
- Margot Loyola, musician
- Margot Zemach, American illustrator of more than forty children's books
- Margot Taulé, architect-engineer and the first woman to become a registered professional engineer and architect
- Margot Early, American author of mass-market fiction novels
- Margot Hilton, Australian author
- Margot Wallström, Swedish politician
- Margot Dreschel, prison guard at Nazi concentration camps during World War II.
- Margot Adler, American author, journalist, lecturer
- Margot Fonteyn, English ballerina
- Margot Asquith, British socialite, author, and wit
- Margot Bryant, English actress, of stage
- Margot Kidder, Canadian-American actress and activist whose career spanned over five decades
- Margot James, Conservative British politician
- Margot Frank, eldest daughter of Otto Frank and Edith Frank and the elder sister of Anne Frank
- Margot Honecker, East German politician
- Margot Arce de Vázquez, Dr
- Margot Franssen, philanthropist
- Margot Grahame, English actress most noted for starring
- Margot Käßmann, Lutheran theologian
- Margot Boer, Dutch former speed skater
- Margot Benacerraf, Venezuelan director of Moroccan Jewish descent
- Margot Klestil-Löffler, Austrian diplomat, former First Lady of Austria
- Margot Glockshuber, former West German pair skater
- Margot Livesey, Scottish born writer
- Margot Bennett, Scottish screenwriter and author of crime and thriller novels
- Margot Botsford, She was appointed by Governor Deval Patrick
- Margot Bancilhon in Rouge vif as Actress
- Margot Abascal in Plus haut as Actress
- Margot Rubin in Yoga as Actress
- Margot Hielscher in Doktor Faustus as Actress
- Margot Knight in Till Human Voices Wake Us as Actress
- Margot Warren in Lesley Ann Warren: A Cinderella Story as
- Margot Leitman in Vegas of the East as Actress
- Margot White in A Chronicle of Corpses as Actress
- Margot Cottens in Historia de la frivolidad as Actress
- Margot Alfstad acted in movie 1958
- Margot Demeter characterized important role of Carmen in 1999 crime, thriller movie Dead Dogs.
- Margot Drake portrayed minor character of Margaret in 1920 adventure movie The Breed of the Treshams.
- In 1950 movie, Glück muß man haben, Margot Jahnen portrayed Henriette König, seine Tochter.
- Margot Kelly characterized central character of Helen Faversham in 1919 romance movie The Artistic Temperament.
- Margot Landa characterized central character of Dorotka in 1929 movie Kennst du das kleine Haus am Michigansee?.
- In 1937 adventure and drama movie, Uncivilised, Margot Rhys played Beatrice Lynn.
- Margot Steinberg played the crucial character of Mabel 'Rosie' Rose in 1996 biography and drama movie In Love and War.
- In 1940, Margot Stevenson portrayed the role of Julie Westcott in comedy, western flick Granny Get Your Gun.
- Margot Wagner characterized the important character of Lotte, Tochter Breitenwieser in 1934 flick Der Meisterboxer.
- In 1914, Margot Williams characterized the role of The Patriot's Sister in war flick The Ordeal.
- In 1989, Margot Hruby portrayed the role of N In movie Das Attentat - Denn sie wissen nicht, was sie tun sollen.
- Margot Thisset, from 1920 adventure flick Der Verächter des Todes, who played N.
- Margot von Hardt played leading character of N in 1922 flick Der Unheimliche.
- Margot Meyer, from 1919 drama movie Der göttliche Fridolin, who characterized the N.
- Margot Pallas, from 1921 crime movie Das Detektivduell, who characterized N.
- In 1982, Margot Jordan played the role of Margot in drama film Girl from India.
- Margot Robbie portrayed the pivotal role of Harley Quinn in 2016 action and adventure flick Suicide Squad.
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