Margulies

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Margulies (rarely Margolyes) is a surname that, like its variants shown below, is derived from the Ashkenazi Hebrew pronunciation of the Hebrew word מרגליות (Israeli Hebrew [maʁɡaliˈjot]), meaning 'pearls,' and may refer to:


Ian Rankin chose Margulies as the name of an old Scottish Christian family in his novel Dead Souls.

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Margulias