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Gender: F Meaning of Madge: "pearl" Origin of Madge: Diminutive of Margery or Margaret

At this point pretty much a joke name, as in TV's commercial waitress, and Madonna nickname--it was how the British tabloids referred to her when she moved to London in the 1990s, which she found annoying until then husband Guy Ritchie said it stood for 'Your Majesty'. Madge Undersee is Katniss's bff in The Hunger Games books.

Midge takes it one step lower on the ladder.

Famous People Named Madge

Florence Madeline "Madge" Syers, first woman Olympic figure skater
Madge Dorita Walters-Sinclair, Jamaican-American actress
Margaret Shafto "Madge" Robertson Kendal, English actress
Madge Ryan, Australian actress
Margherita "Madge" Evans, American actress
Madge Blake, American actress
Madge Bellamy, American actress
Madge, nickname for pop singer Madonna

Pop Culture References for the name Madge

Madge Undersee, character in "The Hunger Games" series
Madge Lapham, character in "Johnny Tremain" by Esther Forbes
Madge Allsop, companion of Dame Edna Everage, played by Emily Perry
Madge Wildfire, character in "The Heart of Midlothian" by Sir Walter Scott
Madge, character in French-Canadian parody soap "Le coeur a ses raisons"
Margaret Mary "Madge" Bishop, character in Australian soap "Neighbours"
Madge Nelson, character in the film "Minions"

Mady, Madgie, Madgi