Margaret

Margaret, a simple, innocent girl in Goethe's “Faust,” who is the victim of a tragic fatality; Faust meets her as she comes from church, falls in love with her, and seduces her; she slays the infant born, is convicted and condemned to death, and loses her reason; Faust would fain save her, but he is hurried away by Mephistopheles, and she is left to her fate.

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

Margaret * Margaret, St.
Marcellus, Marcus
Marcet, Mrs. Jane
March
Marchand, Major
Marcion
Marcus Aurelius
Maremma
Marengo
Mareotis, Lake
Margaret
Margaret
Margaret, St.
Margaret, St.
Margaret of Angoulême
Margaret of Anjou
Margaret of Valois
Margate
Marheinecke
Maria Louisa
Maria Theresa
Mariamne

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Margaret in Brewer’s Dictionary of Phrase & Fable