The name Daisy stems from the name of the daisy flower, which derives from the Old English 'daeges eage' meaning 'day's eye' referring to the round, yellow, sun-like center of the flower. The flower is also associated with the astrological sign Taurus. Daisy is also a nickname for Margaret from the French 'marguerite' meaning 'daisy.'
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In English Daisy is a name of a flower, which comes from the English word dægeseage, meaning day's eye”.
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Daisy can also be a nickname for Margaret. The French word for "daisy" is "marguerite," and English speakers have historically adopted this parallel for themselves, translating "Margaret" into "Daisy
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were a pair of conjoined twins who toured in the U.S. sideshow and vaudeville circuit in the 1930s.The girls were born in Brighton, England (East Sussex) on February 5, 1908. Their mother was a single barmaid named Kate Skinner. The sisters were born joined by their hips and buttocks; they shared blood circulation and were fused at the pelvis but shared no major organs. Skinner's boss Mary Hilton, who helped in childbirth, apparently saw commercial prospects in them, and thus effectively bought them from their mother and took them under her care. The girls first stayed above the Queens Head in Brighton, but later moved to the Evening Star.
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