Margriet is a Dutch feminine given name, a form of Margaretha (Margaret ). People with the name include:
Margareta Maria Josepha (Margriet) Hermans (born 1954) is a Belgian singer, former radio and TV host, politician and a member of the Open VLD. She was elected as a member of the Belgian Senate in 2007.
Margriet is a Dutch weekly magazine for women of all ages, which publishes articles on fashion, beauty, health, nutrition, relationships, and society. Formerly published by Verenigde Nederlandse Uitgeverijen, it is owned and published by Sanoma after the latter took over VNU's magazine division.
Inge Margriet Zegers-de Ruiter (born 29 April 1954) is a retired Dutch field hockey defender, who won a gold medal at the 1984 Summer Olympics. From 1980 to 1984 she played 55 international matches and scored no goals. She is married to Olympic freestyle skier Michiel de Ruiter.
Margriet Ehlen (Heerlen, 28 September 1943) is a Dutch poet and a composer, conductor and educator of classical music.
Margriet Hoenderdos (6 May 1952 – 14 October 2010) was a Dutch composer. She was born in Santpoort, Netherlands, and studied piano with Thom Bollen at the Zwolle Conservatory. She continued her studies in composition at the Amsterdam Conservatory with Ton de Leeuw, and worked in the electronic studio at the Conservatory. In 1985 she ended her studies and received a Prize for Composition.
Margriet Bleijerveld (born 16 April 1958) is a retired Dutch field hockey player, who won a gold medal and a silver medal at the 1978 and 1981 World Cups, respectively. From 1978 to 1982, she played 41 international matches, in which she scored six goals.
Margriet Matthijsse (born 16 April 1977, in Rotterdam) is a sailor from the Netherlands, who represented her country for the first time at the 1996 Olympics in Savannah. Matthijsse took the Silver in the Europe. In the 2000 Olympics in Sydney Matthijsse took her second Silver medal again in the Europe. Matthijsse final Olympic appearance was during the 2004 Olympics in Athens. As crew in the Women's 470 with helmsman Lisa Westerhof she took 9th place.
Prinses Margriet (English: Princess Margaret) may refer to:-
Margriet Smulders (born 17 July 1955) is a Dutch photographer of floral still lifes. She attended the Radboud University Nijmegen from 1974 to 1983 and the Academy of Arts in Arnhem from 1979 to 1985.