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Gender: F Origin of Marigold: Flower name

Marigold, once found almost exclusively in English novels and aristocratic nurseries, is beginning to be talked about and considered here; it does have a sunny, golden feel. The marigold was the symbol of the Virgin Mary.

Marigold appears in several children's book titles, such as Magic for Marigold, Once Upon a Marigold and Marigold in Godmother's House, and in the adult Quartet in Autumn by Barbara Pym. On the TV show 1600 Penn, Marigold was the President's young daughter.

Famous People Named Marigold

Pop Culture References for the name Marigold

"Magic for Marigold"- by L.M. Montgomery
Marigold from the TV show "1600 Penn"
Marigold Shillingsworth, character in Xavier Herbert's novel "Capricornia" (1938)
A brand of yellow washing up gloves
Lady Edith's daughter on "Downton Abbey"
"Marigold," a Nirvana/Foo Fighters song written by Dave Grohl
Marigold - character in comic 'Questionable Content'
Princess Marigold, character from Gail Carson Levine's "Cinderellis and the Glass Hill"

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