- a female given name, form of Margaret.
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Examples from the Web for margery
Margery, with unruffled New Orleans charm, took it as a matter of course that everyone who turned up would need feeding.I Sat on Elizabeth Taylor's Knee
March 24, 2011
Diet may be a key piece of this, says Dr. Margery Gass, the executive director of the North American Menopause Society.A Link Between Hot Flashes and Breast Cancer?
February 11, 2011
Lingen had taken Margery Dacre to himself, Lucy was with her husband.
Lucy came down to breakfast, and the boys; but Margery Dacre did not appear.
"He's very fascinating," said Margery Dacre, and Francis lifted his eyebrows.
Margery Dacre and Lingen preferred retirement and their own company.
There were four of us, my dad, my mother, my little sister Margery and myself.The Spoilers of the Valley
Word Origin and History for margery
fem. proper name, from Old French Margerie, related to Late Latin margarita "pearl" (see Margaret).
Online Etymology Dictionary, © 2010 Douglas Harper