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Marjory

or Marjorie

[mahr-juh-ree] /ˈmɑr dʒə ri/
noun
1.
a female given name, form of Margaret.
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  • Jean and Marjory spelled very well indeed and were usually among the first to be chosen.

    Girls of Highland Hall Carolyn Watson Rankin
  • Marjory laughed, and kissed the lively face turned up to her.

    Earl Hubert's Daughter Emily Sarah Holt
  • And in their midst, garbed in street attire, was Marjory Dean!

    The Magic Curtain Roy J. Snell
  • I'm afraid I must own that this desire of Marjory's was not realised.

    The Talking Horse F. Anstey
  • Before she was married, the mama was a Marjory Daw of the Daw family, famous see-sawers.

  • Marjory was too thorough a child to be vulgarised in that way, even in thought.

    The Talking Horse F. Anstey
  • Marjory, a year younger and nearly a head shorter than Jean, often seemed older.

    Dandelion Cottage Carroll Watson Rankin
  • Outside the room in which Marjory lay, I listened, but could hear nothing.

    The Talking Horse F. Anstey
  • Marjory was bitterly disappointed at the failure of her peacemaking mission, for she had set out almost certain of success.

    Hunter's Marjory Margaret Bruce Clarke
  • His first wife, Marjory Bowes, died in 1560, leaving him two sons.

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