What does Margery mean?
Margery [mar-ge-ry] as a girls' name is of French and Greek origin, and the meaning of Margery is "pearl".
Variant of Marjorie. Brought to England in the 12th century and used somewhat until a late-19th-century revival, mainly as Marjorie. Novelists Margery Allingham, Margery Sharp.
Margery▼ has 1 more relation via Marjorie: Margie▼.Kreatif forms:
(female) Magery, Margeri, ..
(male) Margei, Margero, ..
How popular is Margery?
Margery is a very prominent first name for women (#823 out of 4276, Top 19%) but an uncommon last name for both adults and children. (2000 U.S. Demographics)
Presented below is the birth name history of Margery for girls. Margery reached its highest rank of #308 in the U.S. in the 1920s, but is not in the Top 1000 currently. (2014 U.S. SSA Records)
Below is a graphed comparison of the statistics of Margery and affiliated names. Popular related forms of Margery listed in the Top 2000 are Margaret (#169 in 2014), Maisie (#658), Marjorie (#721), Marjory, Marjie, Margie, Marge and Margy. Adoption of these forms of Margery was common among parents a century ago (average #918) and has become significantly reduced since (#1505, down 96.3%), with versions such as Marjorie becoming somewhat dated. Maisie is the most trendy birth name among these.
Recommended names are Barry, Carry, Karry, Macey, Madera, Madge▼, Maery, Maggey, Maicey, Maisey, Mallary, Mallerey (see Mallory), Mallery, Marcee, Marceen, Marcele, Marcelyn, Marcey, Marcy▼, Mare, Maree, Mareen, Marell, Marelyn, Marena, Margarit, Margeaux, Marged, Margeen, Margeret, Margerita (see Margaret), Marget, Margette, Margies (see Margaret), Margize, Margot▲, Margred, Margret▼, Margrete, Margreth, Margrett, Margrid, Margrit, Marie▼, Marieke, Mariel, Mariela▼, Marien, Marjey (see Margaret), Markee, Marketa, Marlea, Marleah, Marleen, Marlele, Marlen, Marlena, Marlene▼, Marleni, Marley▲, Marmara, Marnee, Marnell, Marney, Marsee, Marsey, Marty, Marve, Marvel▼, Marvelyn, Mary▼, Mercer, Mersera, Morgen and Vallery. These names tend to be less frequently used than Margery.