[mahr-goh, -guh t]
- a female given name, form of Margaret.
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Examples from the Web for margot
Margot Canaday here at Princeton writes on sexuality and American politics.Thank Congress, Not LBJ for Great Society
Julian Zelizer, Scott Porch
January 4, 2015
Margot, three years older than Anne, was quiet and bookish but still a part of things.
Neighbors soon discovered that Anne and Margot Frank had rather opposite personalities.
By 1933, Otto and Edith Frank had two daughters: Margot, who was seven, and Anne, who was four.
So I was in the Target last night with Margot (my daughter, just shy of three).A Textbook "Curb Your Enthusiasm" Moment
June 24, 2013
It was the young woman who had come to my office—Margot Vernee.
His accusation of Margot had brought a sense of horror to me.
One evening, in a byway where he was watching for her, Margot at last raised her hand.
Margot, when she spoke of Delphin, betrayed too much feeling.
Behind them, in the untroubled night, Delphin led Margot home.