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The name has been used as a pet form of Candace, though as the pronunciation "can-DAY-see" has become old-fashioned, the association with it is much weakened.
-- Kosta  2/10/2005
Daisy is also used as a nickname of Margaret or Marguerite, because the French word for the daisy flower is "marguerite".
-- Randee15  2/12/2005
Famous bearer: Jamie Oliver has a young daughter named Daisy Boo.
-- Destry  4/13/2005
I kind of think the name Daisy is cute. Kind of. I sometimes think it sounds ditzy, too.
-- Anonymous User  7/2/2005
Daisy is Old English and means the eye of the day or Vision. People who have this name tend to be able to see prophetically. In the Bible it says: "My people persih without vision."
-- justanotherdaisy  7/31/2005
When I tell people my name is Stacy, if they don't hear me right, they call me this name, Daisy. I think it's a little girls' name, but very cute.
-- Charlie3  11/2/2005
Daisy is a very sweet name even though it sounds more like something you would name a cow than a person.
-- Anonymous User  11/27/2005
Famous bearer: Daisy Duke on the TV show The Dukes of Hazzard.
-- Anonymous User  12/14/2005
Daisy Duck is Donald Duck's girlfriend.
-- Anonymous User  12/21/2005
Daisy is Dagwood and Blondie's dog in the comic strip "Blondie."
-- breakofday  12/22/2005
Daisy is one of the main characters on the British sitcom Spaced.
-- Anonymous User  12/29/2005
Daisy is Hyacinth's unkempt sister in the British T.V. show "Keeping up Appearances."
-- breakofday  12/30/2005
Julia Roberts played a character named Daisy in the 1988 film Mystic Pizza.
-- Anonymous User  1/4/2006
There's an old song that goes:
Daisy, Daisy,
Give me your answer do
I'm half crazy over the love of you
It won't be a fancy marriage
I can't afford a carriage
But you'll look sweet upon the seat
Of a bicycle made for two"
-- hana  2/7/2006
I really like the name Daisy. But I think of it more as a cartoon name. No offense. But I think of it as a pure name also.
-- amber monkey  3/17/2006
Jay Gatsby's ideal woman, Daisy Buchanan, in the novel The Great Gatsby by F. Scott Fitzgerald.
-- Dray  3/20/2006
Daisy is cute but it seems more fitting for an animal. If my Basset Hound had been a girl I would have used the name Daisy. We got a boy so we named him Hoover.
-- Anonymous User  4/25/2006
Meg Ryan's adopted daughter is named Daisy True.
-- websurfer  5/28/2006
There is a doll named Daisy in Mario Kart. And I love IT!
-- DannyDan  8/16/2006
A famous bearer is Jessica Simpson's dog Daisy.
-- Taydbug112  12/17/2006
My name is Daisy Ruth. My mother chose my name because her father's name was Desiderio but they called him Desy and my grandmother's name is Margarita, which is a flower in Mexico, that here in the U.S. is called Daisy, and I already have a cousin named Margarita (Maggie) so yeah, in a way I was named after both my grandparents. So there are dolls, a Disney character, flowers, razors, sour cream, streets, beauty salons, fashion boutiques with the name Daisy in it, and at the time when my mother gave me my name poeple were naming their dogs Daisy. That has nothing to do with my name, the way others choose to use that name does not define me or who I am. People are mature enough to call me by my name because it is my name and not tease because it is used in other ways. My name doesn't only mean a flower, its origin is from Old English and it mean "day's eyes". Kids will always tease kids about names. There is no name that isn't made fun of. Now I find it so sad that adults are sitting here talking smack about a name. Daisy, not Betsy, why would you name a cow Daisy. I'd call a cow, Fatty, or Spots, but Daisy? A name is a name, animals are animals, and that's it, you name them after what they look like, or after a special person in your family who passed and had a name you don't want to give ur kids, or you name them after someone you hate which is dumb because you would have to say their name over and over and you will love your pet animal. But anyways. I love my name.
-- PrincessDaisy323  1/22/2007
I personally have a very low opinion of this name. I think of it more as a cow's name and it sounds more than a bit ditzy on a girl. (No offence intended on anyone who's name is Daisy!)
-- Anonymous User  2/4/2007
Daisy is the name of a character in Meg Rosoff's novel, How I Live Now.
-- leslierusher  2/6/2007
It's a pretty flower, but not that great a name. I find it sounds too bubbily and over-perky for some reason. I've also met a few dogs named Daisy, so I don't think it's really the best choice.
-- scarletquillraven  3/23/2007
I think Daisy is a sweet, old-fashioned sounding name. It has a lot of girlish charm and it's not overused these days. I would definitely consider naming my daughter Daisy.
-- jesselee  4/26/2007
Oh yeah, Daisies! From 2001: A Space Odyssey!

Daisy Boffin is also a hobbit of the Shire.
-- Anonymous User  5/10/2007
I can't believe no one has mentioned Daisy Fuentes.
-- KrisMichelle  5/19/2007
Ick. Totally gross.
-- Anonymous User  6/2/2007
I have a hard time seeing this as a girls name, just because we had a dog named Daisy. When I hear the name Daisy I think of my dog and the song about "Daisy".
-- joanie2007  8/6/2007
This and Poppy are the prissiest names ever.
-- Anonymous User  11/15/2007
Lucy Lawless (the eponymous actress of "Xena: Warrior Princess") has a daughter named Daisy.
-- WCSAngel  11/28/2007
My name is Daisy. I've always been proud to be the only Daisy my friends know, but all of the insane ways they spell it are driving me up the wall! It is Daisy, not Dasiy, Daisie, Dasie, Daisiy, or Daisey.
-- Anonymous User  2/13/2008
I can't recall who sings the song, but the song goes like this:
"Her mama named her Daisy, got it from a magazine.
Through the mountains in her white dress she runs chasing me, thought she was faster, 'cause I told her so, even though it wasn't quite the truth."

And then another verse goes like this:
"Six years later we got married, and the day her water broke, the doctor said there's complications, but I still had hope, she was gonna make it, 'cause she told me so, even though it wasn't quite the truth."

Then the last verse is this:
"I thought I'd name her Daisy, in her mama's memory, through the mountains in her white dress, she runs chasin' me, thinks she is faster, 'cause I tell her so, even though it isn't quite the truth."

I like this name, it seems like it would be sweet.
-- Patricia Underwood  2/17/2008
In Little Women, some of the characters call Meg "Daisy". When she has children near the end, she names her little girl Margaret after her but calls her Daisy to avoid confusion with herself.
-- Pippin  4/15/2008
This name doesn't exactly sound mature or intelligent, and it's popular on animals. It's far too girly, and a woman with this name would have to try hard to prove that she is intelligent despite the name.
-- slight night shiver  4/21/2008
Sounds like one of those Marvel female characters: Mary-Jane, Pepper, etc, but it's not that bad. Kind of cute. Give it a different spelling, though, and that is one of the tackiest things you can do.
-- jolidanstitre  5/20/2008
Daisy is one of Flower's daughters on "Meerkat Manor". She has given birth, lost her pups, been evicted, and successfully protected her siblings from two major enemy attacks.
-- FMRadio  6/3/2008
Princess Margaret of Connaught, later Crown Princess of Sweden, was called Daisy.
-- Kate  6/13/2008
I love the name Daisy and think it's even more beautiful when paired with a more traditional middle name like Ruth or Elizabeth. I find its Old English origin and simple rural charm very appealing. I honestly can't see why Daisy would be considered any more 'ditzy' or ultra-girly than other flower names ending in the -y -ee sound (Rosie, Lily etc) - if anything, my perception of Daisy is that it's more tomboyish than the latter names!
-- Sarita  6/14/2008
I never really 'noticed' the name Daisy until the other day when I read a book, and the little girl in it was called Daisy. I would definitely consider Daisy as a middle name if I ever have a little girl. It goes nicely with most names. Charlotte Daisy, Elizabeth Daisy, Annabelle Daisy. I might even consider it for a first name, after all, its no more 'frilly and girly' than Rosie or Lily (which are beautiful too).
-- little emi  7/14/2008
In an online roleplay, my character is called Daisy-Jane. She thinks that Daisy-Jane is too prissy and posh, though, so she goes by DJ. I, on the other hand, think that Daisy is a lovely name. =)
-- DontDissMadison  7/24/2008
I have to dissagree about the "ditzy" impression of this name. In my personall experience no adults, or even children assumed I was stupid because of my name. The worst name-based teasing I sustained in school was children singing the Daisy Sourcream song at me! As other users have noted, children will make fun of virtually every given name.
As for the name Daisy suggesting weakness, I have also had no personal experience with this. Though being a Scorpio Daisy has probably helped me a lot!
-- Daisy Miller  7/28/2008
Lucy Ryan-Lawless and Garth Lawless have a daughter Daisy, born 1989.
-- Emilie007  10/28/2008
Sounds like a name for a cow.
-- number1212  11/15/2008
I love the name Daisy, it's a fresh name that isn't all trendy and it's a total classic. Sometimes I think it's a ditzy name but it is definitely growing on me.
-- AutumnRose07  1/5/2009
Do a dollop, do, do a dollop of daisy...
-- thecookiemonster  2/13/2009
Daisy De La Hoya, runner up on VH1's Rock of Love 2. Also, starring in her own VH1 show called Daisy of Love.
-- ohemily_  5/9/2009
Daisy is an awesome name. My sister is named Daisy. It's horrible that people are talking trash and insulting names that are as beautiful as this one. How would you like it if people made fun of you because of your name. No matter what your name is people are cruel and will always find flaws in it. Daisy is a beautiful flower that may have a negative connotation as a name because people insult it so. Girls named Daisy shouldn't have to prove themselves if they have this name.
-- Anonymous User  6/9/2009
I really like the name Daisy and I don't know why people are saying it's an animal name or a woman would find it hard to prover her intelligence 'despite it' - a name doesn't define who you are, and names are not exclusively animal or human names; okay, you probably wouldn't call a human spot or something, but Daisy is just name. A name is a name, no matter what it's used for.
-- xkimlyx  7/1/2009
Daisy Lowe is an English fashion model and socialite, the daughter of Pearl Lowe and Gavin Rossdale (Gwen Stefani's husband).
-- Anonymous User  8/5/2009
Daisy is a derivative of the name Margaret. The French flower marguerite is known in English speaking countries as the Daisy. Margaret of Anjou (1429 - 1482) wife of England's King Henry VI, used the Daisy as her personal emblem.
-- cathyl2  9/15/2009
Daisy Miller was the heroine of Henry James' novella of the same name. Her real name is Annie P. Miller.
-- Kosta  9/30/2009
Whoopsie daisy! That's all I think of when I hear this name. Or Daisy sour cream.
-- -Julia-  10/16/2009
Cute and pretty. I love it!
-- Anonymous User  11/24/2009
Daisy Violet Rose Wood (1877-1961) was an English music hall singer, the sister of Marie Lloyd.

Her husband's name was Donald, which always cracks me up a little .
-- SandSea  2/1/2010
I find Daisy to be a sweet, wholesome, refreshing name. It's such a purely English name - not only an English vocabulary name, but derived from Anglo-Saxon as well.

Unlike some other flower names, it doesn't overload a child with expectations either. Someone called Daisy could be pretty or average or plain, while a name like Rose almost demands that its owner be beautiful in a showy way.

Daisy is nice and unpretentious.
-- SandSea  2/2/2010
D is for dreamy
A is for attractive
I is for inspiring
S is for sweet
Y is for youthful
-- Anonymous User  3/23/2010
Daisy was my poodle's name. I think it's a fun nickname for a person, but not for their actual first name. Give them the option to have a more mature sounding name when they grow up.
-- JW41926  5/4/2010
Daisy Martinez is a Latin TV chef, she's cool!
-- Anonymous User  7/29/2010
Awww it's so cute! Lol. But I wouldn't use it.
-- Chrila96  10/3/2010
Daisy Wick is a squintern on the TV drama "Bones." She's very ditzy and overly-hyper, so that's what I think when I hear this name.
-- Dawson  12/10/2010
Bovine.

The only time this cutesy appellation works on a female is as a nickname for Margaret in any of its forms.
-- vomiting  2/2/2011
I hate this name! I think it is a cow's name and should stay a cow's name!
-- dizzydoll  7/17/2011
I do not care how classic this name is; it is an ugly name, and I don't appreciate it.
-- Black_X  7/28/2011
The name itself is pretty like the flower, but sometimes it reminds me of someone who is a bit old fashioned and unpleasant, like a little girl who is a too full of herself. Just my opinion.
-- Hushpuppy  8/1/2011
It sounds like a ditzy country girl. Some flower names are ok. This is certainly not one of them. Besides, daisies aren't even pretty flowers. It sounds like a name for a horse or maybe a dog but not a human.
-- GibsonGirl  11/12/2011
There was a movie called "Driving Ms. Daisy" about an eccentric old woman.
-- GibsonGirl  11/12/2011
As others have already voiced, "Daisy" is about the most stereotypical country-girl that you can get (although, naming trends have slowly been morphed to surname-turned-forenames.)

I suppose that it is doable as a nickname... strictly a nickname. I merely do not find it attractive or professional; except for "Rose" or "Lily," most flower names risk sounding juvenile and uneducated-- which, regrettably, "Daisy" does. I fear that future employers may initially have the same concern.

Ultimately, there are worst names out there, but there are also better ones. I would not lose sleep over the decision of "Daisy," though I would wonder what provoked the conclusion... and for her future; parents truly should consider potential barriers that they may be creating.
-- Francesca  1/24/2012
My middle name is Daisy! I love this name. It is so cute. I adore it. My mom calls me AriDaze lol but I would name my daughter this for her first name. Daisy reminds me of a cheerful and optimistic girl.
-- AwAriDoll  2/16/2012
Daisy has been the nickname of queen Margrethe II, of Denmark, since her childhood.
-- Charlie1977  5/4/2012
Daisy is the name of a supporting character in "Ramona Forever."
-- Anonymous User  6/8/2012
How can anyone say anything bad about this name? It is reminiscent of the field of daisies from Alice in Wonderland (a great story I might add) where Alice saw the white rabbit. :) Also, how do flower names sound pretentious or prissy? Flowers are beautiful and feminine. (And why oh why do people keep mentioning cows?)..
-- threevelvetbullets  9/29/2012
The name Daisy has been growing on me because I imagine a very kind and dreamy little girl when I think of it and daisies are among my favorite flowers. However, I do think it sounds a little juvenile and I have a hard time picturing a woman over twenty with the name Daisy so I would only use it as a nickname or middle name.
-- renee06  12/20/2012
My 1-out-of-two dog's name. Also spelled Daysi.
-- SEC908  12/23/2012
It's a pretty and fairylike sort of name, but I've noticed that a lot of girls associated with sexual stuff, like Daisy Duke, seem to have this name. I know she's only fictional, and they probably only used the name for the reason I stated before, to make it seem more appropriate, but it's still kind of off-putting.
-- Hushpuppy  1/19/2013
Such a fun and happy sounding name. Also I love the nickname "Daze" that could be given just because the "z" sound and the shorten to one syllable makes it sound more edgy and cool.
-- Rinaeden  2/7/2013
My nickname is Daisy. I am neither "ditzy" nor am I a stereotypical country girl. I am told to be intelligent, unique, and beautiful.

I find Daisy a sweet, simple, pretty name, much more preferable than the dull Hannah, which happens to be my true name. To bear the nickname of my favorite flower pleases me.
-- Strangak  5/22/2013
This name is very sweet. Daisies are beautiful flowers, and it would be good to use it for real name or nickname :) Love it.
-- MeinNameIstMelissa  6/15/2013
I absolutely love this name I am pregnant with my #3 baby and if it is a girl her name will be Daisy! It is a beautiful girlie and just adorable name that will grow with her and every time I hear the name it makes me smile:-)
-- Carrielwilson  4/6/2014
Princess Daisy, a fictional character in the Mario series of video games.
-- LoveHeartKawaii  5/17/2014
I honestly love the name Daisy. I had a cat for twenty years that was named Daisy, but I still love it on humans (the main love interest in my novel is named Daisy).
-- KarenAurora  5/31/2014
This is a very cute name and I love the flowers. ^^
-- LoveHeartKawaii  7/5/2014
Daisy Lou, a Looney Tunes character and a love interest of Bugs Bunny.
-- LoveHeartKawaii  7/19/2014
This name is quite lovely! It is not a very popular name here in France, however. In my family, it it tradition to name your first born daughter after a flower. I decided to name my little sunshine Daisy Evangeline when the time comes. In my perspective, Daisy is a classic and beautiful name! I love the Great Gatsby, so I like to think of it as an ode. Daisy is short and simple, sweet and kind-like baby girls.
-- Lyanna Baudelaire  8/19/2014

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