- a female given name, form of Margaret.
- MargaretMaggie, 1905–95, U.S. activist: a founder of the Gray Panthers.
- Rich·ard [rich-erd; German rikh-ahrt] /ˈrɪtʃ ərd; German ˈrɪx ɑrt/, 1900–1967, German chemist, born in Austria: declined 1938 Nobel Prize at insistence of Nazi government.
- Thomas Samuel,1922–96, U.S. writer, historian, and philosopher of science.
- Walt,1877?–1949, U.S. painter.
Examples from the Web for maggie
Contemporary Examples of maggie
Yeah, I mean, as far as Maggie goes, her reducing a church to just “four walls and a roof” says a lot about the character.‘Walking Dead’ Showrunner Scott Gimple Teases ‘Darker, Weirder’ Times Ahead
December 2, 2014
Another one of those meaty roles is that of Maggie Swann, the woman at the heart of Fort Bliss.Michelle Monaghan on ‘Fort Bliss,’ the Lack of Roles for Women, and ‘True Detective’ Hysteria
September 23, 2014
And that leads to a handful of blow-out, brutally honest, hard-to-watch fights between Maggie and Milo.How Bill Hader and Kristen Wiig Pulled Off Their Most Dramatic Roles Yet
September 12, 2014
Homer, Marge, Lisa, Bart, and Maggie have all been accidental political players in their nearly three decades on the air.Mr. Simpson Goes to Washington: How Homer Influenced Politics
August 27, 2014
Pillows underneath their left arms, Maggie and Lydia look at each other and laugh at the ridiculousness of this scenario.The I.V. Doc Comes to Your House, Fights Hangovers, and Wins
July 20, 2014
Historical Examples of maggie
Her affection concentrated on two objects, the house and Maggie, Maggie and the house.
Maggie had stood on the hearthrug, in her large white apron, crying.
If Maggie had made bad arrangements for her baby, Maggie was responsible.
Harriett was glad when Lizzie went and left her to Maggie and the house.
It had something to do with Mona, with Maggie and Maggie's baby.
- slang a magpie
- Austrian chemist. He won a 1938 Nobel Prize for research on carotenoids and vitamins but declined the award by order of the Nazi government.