Definitions

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  • proper noun A female given name.

Etymologies

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From French Margot, diminutive of Marguerite ("Margaret").

Examples

  • Never having met Coetzee, he embarks on a series of interviews with people who were important to him – a married woman with whom he had an affair, his favourite cousin Margot, a Brazilian dancer whose daughter had English lessons with him, former friends and colleagues.

    Summertime and J.M. Coetzee on Beauty and Consolation

  • Never having met Coetzee, he embarks on a series of interviews with people who were important to him – a married woman with whom he had an affair, his favourite cousin Margot, a Brazilian dancer whose daughter had English lessons with him, former friends and colleagues.

    2009 May | NIGEL BEALE NOTA BENE BOOKS

  • Never having met Coetzee, he embarks on a series of interviews with people who were important to him – a married woman with whom he had an affair, his favourite cousin Margot, a Brazilian dancer whose daughter had English lessons with him, former friends and colleagues.

    2009 May 24 | NIGEL BEALE NOTA BENE BOOKS

  • In addition to being the most selfish person in the room at any given time, Margot is also the smartest and — unbeknownst to her — the funniest.

    Fearlessly selfish characters make “Margot” fascinating » Scene-Stealers

  • But Margot is a foreign person, even if she is the EU's communications commissioner.

    Mandelson speaks

  • Don't get me wrong: Margot is a sweetheart, and I love holding her and playing with her.

    IsThatLegal?

  • We ate like pigs and didn't even bother to brush our teeth until my mother's cousin Margot, who got a divorce last summer and changed the color of her hair to give herself an emotional lift, came to get us.

    Excerpt: Local Girls by Alice Hoffman

  • "Margot is my best friend, but she's completely full of baloney," my mother whispered as we were throwing our suitcases into the trunk.

    Excerpt: Local Girls by Alice Hoffman

  • Gretel's sly, funny, knowing perspective is at the heart of this collection as she navigates through loyalty and loss with the help of an unforgettable trio of women: her best friend, Jill, her romance-addicted cousin Margot, and her mother, Franny, whose spiritual journey affects them all.

    Local Girls: Summary and book reviews of Local Girls by Alice Hoffman.

  • You may not know the name Margot Chapman, but when you click this link, surely you'll recognize her soothing voice as it helps deliver the world's pre-eminent ode to mid-day lovin '.

    Entertainment Weekly's PopWatch

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