What does Marget mean?
Associated with: greek.
Marget has 46 more different relations via Margaret: Madge▼, Mag, Maggi, Maggie▼, Maggy, Maiga, Marcheta, Marg, Marga, Margalit, Margalo, Margareta, Margarete, Margarit, Marge, Marged, Margeen, Margeret, Margerie, Margerita, Margery▼, Margey, Margie▼, Margies, Margita, Margize, Margo▼, Margot▲, Margred, Margret▼, Margrete, Margreth, Margrett, Margrid, Margrit, Marguita, Margy, Marit, Marjery, Marjey, Marji, Marjie, Marketa, Marketta, Markie and Markita.Creative forms:
(female) Maget, ..
(male) Marcer, .. Middle name pairings:
Marget Lola (M.L.), ..
How popular is Marget?
Marget is a somewhat prominent first name for women (#3023 out of 4276, Top 71%) and also a somewhat prominent last name for all people (#136783 out of 150436, Top 91%). (2000 U.S. Demographics)
Marget was first listed in 1880-1889 and reached its top position of #1550 in the U.S. then, but is not listed at the moment. (Top Baby Names, 2015)
Which version is better?with its source form and related girl names. Madge, Maggie (#241 in recent rankings), Marcheta, Margaret (#154), Margarete, Marge, Margeret, Margery, Margie, Margo (#1279), Margot (#593), Margret, Margrete, Margrett, Margy, Marjie, Markie and Markita are the popular related forms of Marget. Adoption of these forms of Marget was more pronounced among parents during the years 1890-1899 (usage of 4.8%) and is now significantly diminished (usage 0.3%, 95% less). Margaret has generally been the top pick of parents, although Margot appears to be gaining favor too, while versions like Margery are now less popular.
Similar NamesSuggested similar names are Berget, Birget, Byrget, Garnet▼, Maggey, Marcee, Marcey, Marcita, Mare, Maree, Mareen, Maren, Margi, Marie▼, Mariel, Marien, Mariet, Marje, Markeda, Markee, Markeeta, Marlea, Marlee▲, Marlen, Marley▲, Marne, Marnee, Marney, Marqueta, Marsee, Marsey, Marsita, Mart, Marte, Marve, Marvel▼, Merced, Morgen, Padget and Paget. These names tend to be less frequently used than Marget.See names in meaning and etymology.