biographical name of Angoulême 1492-1549 queen of Henry of Navarre & writer

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  • Margaret — fem. proper name (c.1300), from O.Fr. Margaret (Fr. Marguerite), from L.L. Margarita, female name, lit. pearl, from Gk. margarites (lithos) pearl, of unknown origin, probably adopted from some Oriental language [OED]; Cf. Skt. manjari cluster of… …   Etymology dictionary

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  • Margaret — [mär′gə rit, mär′grit] n. [ME < OFr Margarete < L margarita, a pearl < Gr margaritēs < margaron, a pearl, ult. < or akin to Sans mañjaram, a pearl, orig., bud] a feminine name: dim. Greta, Madge, Maggie, Marge, Meg, Peg, Peggy; var …   English World dictionary

  • Margaret — /mahr geuh rit, grit/, n. a female given name: from a Greek word meaning pearl. * * * (as used in expressions) Frances Margaret Anderson Edith Margaret Emily Ashcroft Atwood Margaret Eleanor Bourke White Margaret Brent Margaret Margaret Tobin… …   Universalium

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