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Origin of the name MARGRETHE.
Etymology of the name MARGRETHE.
Meaning of the baby name MARGRETHE.


MARGRETHE.  A Danish and Norwegian form of Greek Margarites (q.v.), meaning "pearl."
    Margrethe Renstrøm, a Norwegian long jumper.  Margrethe Lasson (d. 1738), was a Danish novelist.  Margrethe Vestager, a Danish politician. (Wiki)

... Margrethe (Margaret), the pearl of Bohemia, who was born about the year 1186, was wooed and won by Waldemar the Victorious, of Denmark.  She, too, gained all hearts in her adopted land, and the beautiful and significant name bestowed on her by the Danes has come down to us, not only in the history of the country, but also in its old ballads (in German Volkslied), which are as the cradle songs of nations, and have ever therefore a peculiar sweetness of their own. (What Is Your Name?, Moody, 1863). 


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