What does Meggie mean?
Meggie /meg-gie/ as a girls' name is of Greek origin, and the name Meggie means "pearl". Meggie is an alternate form, with the suffix -ie, of Margaret (Greek): a saint's name. Meggie is also a form of Megan (Welsh, Greek).
Associated with: greek.
Meggie has 18 more related forms via Margaret, Megan: Madge▼, Maggi, Maisie▲, Marge, Margie▼, Margies, Margit, Margize, Marjie, Markie, Meagan▼, Meg, Megen, Meggan, Meghan▼, Mette, Peggie▼ and Peggy▼.Kreatif forms:
(female) Megay, Megie, ..
(male) Meggee, Megjit, ..
How popular is Meggie?
Meggie is an uncommon given name for women. Meggie is an equally rare last name for both adults and children. (2000 U.S. Demographics)
Margaret (#169 in recent rankings), Maggie (#239), Megan (#308), Maisie (#658), Meghan (#1162), Meggan, Peggy, Meg, Peggie, Markie, Marge, Margie, Marjie, Madge and Meagan are the popular varying forms of Meggie (outside Top 2000) appearing in the Top 2000. These relations of Meggie were popular as birth names 124 years ago (usage of 4.8%) and have become significantly less common since (usage 0.3%, down 93.7%), with forms like Margie going out of style. Margaret has been the most recognizable form, although Maisie appears to be gaining favor too. Below is a charted analysis of the usage of Meggie and associated names. (2014 U.S. SSA Records)
Meggie is alike in pronunciation to Maggey. Other suggested similar names are Aggie, Bekkie, Bennie▼, Berdie, Bernie, Berrie, Bethie, Bettie▼, Bevie, Dedie, Delie, Engie, Femie, Gennie, Gingie, Henie, Henrie, Jennie▼, Keilie, Kelcie, Kellie▼, Kelpie, Keylie, Kezzie, Leonie, Leslie▼, Lexie▲, Macie▲, Maddie, Magalie, Maizie, Malfie, Marcie▼, Margi, Marlie, Maudie▼, Maxie, Maymie, Mazie▼, Meade, Meave, Medeia, Media, Medie, Meemee, Mellie▼, Melodie, Melvie, Melvine, Merci, Mercia, Mercie, Merle▼, Merline, Merrie, Meryle, Mickie, Mindie, Missie, Mistie, Mollie▼, Morgin, Neelie, Nellie▼, Nelsie, Nessie, Pelagie, Peppie, Reggi, Reggie, Selbie, Selie, Terrie▼ and Virgie▼. These names tend to be more frequently used than Meggie.