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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
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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
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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
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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

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