What does Margrett mean?
Associated with: greek.
34 more alternative forms via Margaret: Marcheta, Margalit, Margareta, Margarete, Margarethe, Margaretta, Margarette▼, Margarit, Margarita▼, Margarite, Marge, Marged, Margeen, Margeret, Margeretta, Margerita, Margery▼, Marget, Margette, Margey, Marghretta, Margie▼, Margies, Margit, Margita, Margot▲, Margred, Margreth, Margrid, Marguarette, Marguita, Marketa, Marketta and Marquetta.Creative forms:
(female) Maigrett, Margretti, ..
(male) Margretti, Marrek, .. Middle name pairings:
Margrett Jessie (M.J.), ..
How popular is Margrett?
Margrett is a somewhat popular first name for females (#3790 out of 4276, Top 89%) but a rare last name for all people. (2000 U.S. Census)
Margrett reached its top position of #1195 in the U.S. during the years 1890-1899, but is not listed currently. (2015 Birth Statistics)
Which version is better?with its source form and related girl names. Margaret (#154 in recent rankings), Margot (#593), Margarita (#1698), Margret, Margie, Margrete, Marquetta, Marget, Margeret, Margaretta, Margarete, Margarette, Margarite, Marcheta, Marge and Margery are the popular related forms of Margrett rated in the Top 2000. Other forms, like Margeen, are uncommon. Usage of these relations of Margrett reached its apex 125 years ago (adoption of 4.54%) and has become significantly lower since (adoption 0.17%, ▼96%), with versions like Margaret falling out of fashion. Margot is the most contemporarily stylish girl name in this compilation.
Similar NamesRecommended names are Bergett (see Bridget), Birgett, Harpreet, Harriett▼, Larretta (see Loretta), Marchery, Maretta, Marette, Margarida, Margaruite, Margeree, Margerey, Margerie, Margharita, Margherita, Margherite (see Marguerite), Marguarita, Marguerita, Marguerite▼, Margurite, Maribeth, Mariet, Marietta▼, Mariette, Marjery, Marjorey (see Margaret), Markeeta, Marlette, Marnetta, Marnette, Marqueta, Marybeth▼, Maryetta, Padgett and Pagett. These names tend to be less frequently used than Margrett.See names in meaning and etymology.