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Margot

[mahr-goh, -guh t] /ˈmɑr goʊ, -gət/
noun
1.
a female given name, form of Margaret.
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  • Husbands who long after the honeymoon like to be entertained will envy Asquith his Margot.

  • But you shot the eagle,” cried Margot; “and Denis wounded the shark.

    The Hour and the Man Harriet Martineau
  • She helped poor Margot nurse her children, and if Marsac came on a generous errand they surrounded her and swarmed over her.

    A Little Girl in Old Detroit Amanda Minnie Douglas
  • Margot stopped, as a turn in the walk brought them in view of the house.

    The Hour and the Man Harriet Martineau
  • Margot had talked of nothing but Jeanne from the time she had left the shop.

    Little Jeanne of France Madeline Brandeis

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