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Daisy meaning

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Origin of name Daisy :
Old English, Old Greek
Daisy Numerology :
Personality No. 3. People with the name Daisy are jovial & love to talk. They also love children & pets. They are creative & try to do too many things. They must express themselves. They are very social & great uplifters. Person with name Daisy having 3 as Personality number are ambitious & philosophical. They are versatile & have an optimistic attitude. They are zealous & conscientious.
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of Name Daisy :
The name Daisy originated from the Old English word “daegeseage” or what we can also say as “day’s eye.” This came to be because the flower, in which it was derived from, unfolds during daybreak and shuts during nightfall, thus referring it like an opening and closing eye. Also, daisy is popularly linked to the name Margaret; Margaret is the French word for daisy, so it has been used as an alternative.
of Name Daisy :
The name Daisy was first introduced in the 19th century. Back then, although it was still new, people started using this name frequently because several flower and plant names were used as means of naming people. For instance, Rose and Lily were equally coined as female names too like Daisy.
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The Netherlands
Information about the
Name of Daisy :
Widely known as a name for females, records depict that in the past century, it was also given to boys. While it seems unlikely, Margaret is actually its alternative name, retained as a commonly preferred name rather than Daisy.
Famous People with
Name Daisy :
Daisy Ashford – The writer of “The Young Visiters”, Ashford became popular for her novella about the upper class society in England during the 19th century.’ Daisy Ridley- She is a British actress who become popular with her role in the movie 'Star Wars: The Force Awakens.' Daisy Duke – She is a fictional character from the popular American series “The Dukes of Hazzard.”
Variant Baby Names of Daisy:

Daisee, Daisey, Daisi, Daisie, Dasie, Daizy, Daysi, Deyse And Deysi., Daisee, Daisey, Daisi, Daisie, Dasie, Daizy, DaysiDaejah (French), Dacey (Irish), Daga (Hebrew), Daisha (Old English)

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Daisy with popular Latin Surnames:

Daisy Schatz


The feminine name Daisy is simply taken from the English word for the beautiful white flower, which was derived from the Old English word dægeseage that means "day eye". People started to use the name during the 19th century, while at the very same time many other flower and plant names were being coined.


There are a few notable people with the name, from Daisy the bass play for Foxy Shazam to the professional wrestler, Daisy, from the Gorgeous Ladies of Wrestling. Even fictional characters, like Daisy Johnson the inhuman from Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.

More About Latin Name : Daisy

  • 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

Famous Name Daisy

  • Daisy Berkeley

    is a British three-day eventing rider. With her horse Spring Along, she won the bronze medal for Great Britain in the team eventing at the 2008 Summer Olympics in Beijing.


Daisy Name also appears in following Origin(s): English, Anglo-Saxon, Latin, French

Daisy also appears in following countries/origins/languages: American, Anglo, Australian, Danish, Dutch

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  • What does the name Daisy mean? :

    Baby girl name meaning Flower in Latin. Daisy also named in American, Anglo, Australian, Danish, Dutch for girl . We have received lots of suggestion from our website users on baby names. We are thankful for all the contribution on meaning of girl name Daisy. What does the name Daisy mean in other origin if you know then please suggest. Further suggestion or detail on what is the meaning of name Daisy. History of name and famous personality with Daisy will help to update our database and other website users.

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