Margaret, 1600?–1671? U.S. colonial landowner, born in England: regarded as an early feminist.
a borough of Greater London, England.
a male given name.
a borough of NW Greater London. Pop: 267 800 (2003 est). Area: 44 sq km (17 sq miles)
- Margaret court
[kawrt, kohrt] /kɔrt, koʊrt/ noun 1. Margaret Smith, born 1942, Australian tennis player. /kɔːt/ noun 1. an area of ground wholly or partly surrounded by walls or buildings 2. (Brit) (capital when part of a name) 3. a space inside a building, sometimes surrounded with galleries 4. 5. a sovereign or prince and his retinue, […]
- Margaret drabble
[drab-uh l] /ˈdræb əl/ noun 1. Margaret, born 1939, English novelist. /ˈdræbəl/ verb 1. to make or become wet or dirty /ˈdræbəl/ noun 1. Dame Margaret. born 1939, British novelist and editor. Her novels include The Needle’s Eye (1972), The Radiant Way (1987), and The Seven Sisters (2002). She edited the 1985 edition of the […]
- Margaret leech
[leech] /litʃ/ noun 1. Margaret, 1893–1974, U.S. historian, novelist, and biographer. /liːtʃ/ noun 1. any annelid worm of the class Hirudinea, which have a sucker at each end of the body and feed on the blood or tissues of other animals See also horseleech, medicinal leech 2. a person who clings to or preys on […]
- Margaret of Anjou
noun 1. 1430–82, queen of Henry VI of England. noun 1. 1430–82, queen of England. She married the mentally unstable Henry VI of England in 1445 to confirm the truce with France during the Hundred Years’ War. She became a leader of the Lancastrians in the Wars of the Roses and was defeated at Tewkesbury […]