Daisy chain, a chain made with daisy flowers.
Daisy Duck, a Walt Disney character.
Daisy, a perfume for women by Marc Jacobs.
"Daisy Bell", a popular song.
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.'
In English Daisy is a name of a flower, which comes from the English word dægeseage, meaning day's eye”.
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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Daisy Name also appears in following Origin(s): English, Anglo-Saxon, Latin, French
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