- a female given name, form of Margaret.
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Greta, perhaps there are reasons why you should not marry Paul.
"Nevertheless, there has not been much to sweeten my life, Greta," he said.
Greta, if your love had been great love, you must have read my secret just as I have read yours.
"Well, quite well, and as dear an old soul as ever," said Greta.
Paul Ritson raised his head; Greta sunk into a chair beneath him.