Margreta name meaning

Gender: Girl
Origin: Old Greek
Usage: Scandinavian, Faroese, Finnish, Swedish, Danish and Norwegian
Meaning: Pearl and Jewel
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What does Margreta mean?

Used in Norwegian, Faroese, Finnish, Scandinavian, Swedish and Danish unexpected choice, Margreta is used as a baby girl name is rooted from Old Greek. Margreta is variant form of pious and persistent Margareta.

Margareta is variant of widespread and persistent Margaret. Margareta is German and Nordic equivalent of Margarita. Meaning of Margareta is Pearl and The Pearl is rooted from Old Greek. Also. Margreta is variation of ever lasting and darling Margaret.

Margaret is variation of virtuous and well-liked Marguerite. Margaret is English equivalent of Margareta.

Variants of Margreta

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

Names that rhyme with Margreta

How popular is the name Margreta?

Margreta is a rare baby name in United States, chances of it being still in use are very slim. Also, Margreta is a familiar name in Indonesia. According to our evaluation, over 600 babies have been named Margreta globally.



Margreta in Nordic countries

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What numbers say about Margreta?

You don't believe much in love. However, deep inside, you secretly wish to find someone who will prove you wrong. Be more flexible and less stubborn. You will experience your spiritual calling soon. And it will be associated with romantic feelings. You are a perfectionist when it comes to relationships too. Number 4 as your personality no reflects your responsible and determinative nature. You have to understand that not everyone is willing and excited to succeed in life as you are.

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Famous people named Margreta

  • Margreta Elkins, Australian mezzo-soprano

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