Margo vs Margot>

See the results of this poll: Which spelling?

Respondents: 52 (This poll is closed)

  • Margo Brynn : 6 (12%)
  • Margot Brynn: 46 (88%)

I prefer [name_f]Margot[/name_f] :slight_smile: it just looks more complete to me

I voted for [name_f]Margot[/name_f] [name_f]Brynn[/name_f], but it was close. I almost always prefer the [name_f]Margot[/name_f] spelling because it looks more complete to me, but [name_f]Margo[/name_f] [name_f]Brynn[/name_f] is more visually appealing. Either way, I think [name_f]Margo[/name_f] / [name_f]Margot[/name_f] and [name_f]Hazel[/name_f] are perfect as siblings!

I personally prefer [name_f]Margot[/name_f]. I also feel people will be more prone to assume that spelling.

Edited to add the rankings (United States) from 2000-2018. I got curious which spelling actually was the most used. The years not listed was because it was 1,000+.

Margot -
2018 358
2017 361
2016 433
2015 593
2014 740
2013 942

Margo -
2018 972

[name_f]Margot[/name_f] is the better out of the two but I adore Margeaux the most.

I’m in the minority here but I much prefer [name_f]Margo[/name_f]. I’ve actually known two girls named [name_f]Margo[/name_f] (and one [name_f]Margaux[/name_f]) so I’m not sure if [name_f]Margot[/name_f] is everyone’s default spelling. I think [name_f]Margo[/name_f] looks spunkier and more down-to-earth.

I like both, but [name_f]Margot[/name_f] is more common so I think she would probably best avoid spelling hassles that way.

[name_f]Margot[/name_f] for me. I prefer it anyway (it feels more traditional, and like the “expected” spelling), but I also think it goes a little better alongside [name_f]Hazel[/name_f] — both solid, streamlined, chic vintage picks.

[name_f]Margot[/name_f] for sure!

I prefer [name_f]Margot[/name_f], although [name_f]Margo[/name_f] is nice too. [name_f]Margot[/name_f] and [name_f]Hazel[/name_f] are a beautiful pair!

I favor [name_f]Margot[/name_f].

I much prefer [name_f]Margot[/name_f].

I prefer [name_f]Margot[/name_f], but I genuinely think either spelling works. I feel like it would only be an [name_f]Ann[/name_f]/[name_f]Anne[/name_f] level of hassle ([name_f]Anne[/name_f] with an E, [name_f]Margo[/name_f] with no T)–simple correction then moving on.

P.S. It makes me so happy to see [name_f]Brynn[/name_f] as your choice for the middle name. That’s my oldest daughter’s name and it always gets really positive responses.

Thank you all!! I think we’ll go with the [name_f]Margot[/name_f] spelling. It’s my husband’s favorite and it helps to see so many berries prefer it as well.