What does Maggie mean?
Short form of Margaret. Used as an independent name in the late 19th century. Popular now due to revival of interest in "old-fashioned" names. Dance impresario Maguy Marin; actresses Maggie Smith, Maggie Gyllenhaal.
Affiliated girl name: Magnolia.
Maggie▼ has 32 more relations via Margaret: Madge▼, Mag, Maiga, Maisie▲, Marg, Marga, Marge, Marged, Margeen, Margerie, Marget, Margey, Margie▼, Margies, Margit, Margita, Margize, Margo▼, Margot▲, Margred, Margret▼, Margrid, Margrit, Margy, Marit, Marji, Marjie, Markie, Meggi, Meggie, Meggy and Peggie▼.Kreatif forms:
(female) Magie, Malgie, ..
(male) Magkin, Magvin, ..
How popular is Maggie?
Maggie is a very prominent first name for females (#337 out of 4276, Top 8%) and a slightly less prominent surname for both adults and children (#103706 out of 150436, Top 69%). (2000 U.S. Census)
Displayed below is the baby name history of Maggie for girls. Maggie was first listed in 1880-1889 and reached its apex position of #52 in the U.S. then, and is at #239 presently. (2014 Birth Statistics)
Below is a charted analysis of the statistics of the girl name Maggie and corresponding names. Madge, Magali, Magnolia (#831 from current records), Maisie (#658), Margaret (#169), Marge, Marget, Margie, Margo (#1476), Margot (#749), Margret, Margy, Marjie, Markie and Peggie are the prominent alternative forms of Maggie (#239 from current records) rated in the Top 2000. These forms of Maggie were favored in the 1890s (adoption of 4.8%) and have become significantly less popular since (adoption 0.27%, ▼94%). Margaret has been the recurring favorite, although Margot appears to be gaining favor too, while versions like Peggie are now less popular.
Suggested similar names are Aggie, Macee, Maci, Macie▲, Maddie, Magalie, Maidie, Maisee, Maizie, Maji, Malfie, Malkie, Mallie▼, Malvie, Mamie▼, Mandie, Marcie▼, Margi, Marie▼, Marlie, Marnie, Martie, Mattie▼, Maudie▼, Maurie, Maxi, Maxie, Maymie, Mazie▼, Mickie, Missie, Reggie and Vangie. These names tend to be less frequently used than Maggie.