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I love this name. I think it's really sweet and pretty. I realise that some people think it's a bit twee, but I don't care, I like the fact it's slightly sentimental. I also like the fact that it's unusual because while I like my own name (Amy) I hate it that there's so much of us. It's cool to have an individual name, and when it's also an extremely lovely one like Maisie, then that's even better. If I ever have a daughter, I'm going to call her Maisie Faye (Faye being her middle name).
-- Amy456  1/19/2006
I think this is an utterly cute name!
-- nelirosala  6/27/2006
Could also be amended to Maysie or Maisy.
-- SerasVictoria  7/22/2006
I wish more people would use Maisie/Maisy on girls and leave the masculine name Mason to the boys. ;)
-- Kitten  9/20/2006
I remember a Dr. Seuss video called "Daisy-head Maisie", where this girl starts growing daisies from her head. At least I think that's how it went, it's been a while.
-- rain-angel03  12/1/2006
Maisie sounds like a dog name to me. Not that it's a terrible human name, I just know a lot of dogs named that.
-- visitor27  1/10/2007
Maisie can also be a nickname for Margaret. I really like it in that capacity.
-- KrisMichelle  10/3/2007
This name is so prissy but I still like it for some reason. Well, nobody's perfect!
-- Anonymous User  11/19/2007
Maisie Jones is the name of Charlie Bone's nice grandmother in the Charlie Bone series by Jenny Nimmo.
-- rory  3/9/2008
Maisy is a cartoon mouse in a childrens' book series.
-- pandasayscynical  7/7/2008
Maisie Cattermole is a half-blood character in the Harry Potter books by JK Rowling. She is the daughter of muggle-born Mary Elizabeth Cattermole and pureblood Reginald Cattermole, and has two siblings, Alfred and Ella.
-- Sophannagh  8/18/2008
A (somewhat) famous bearer of this name is Maisie Roxanne (b. February 10th, 09), a baby born to a controversial 13-year-old father Alfie Patten and a 15-year-old mother in England. The birth has sparked extensive debate over teenage pregnancy and sex education in the country.
-- Anonymous User  2/14/2009
I like this name, it's sweet. Perhaps a little too sweet - I can't imagine it on anyone other than a small girl with ringlets or an elderly lady.
-- vomiting  2/17/2009
This name is very, very sweet for a little girl. Perhaps a bit infantile for a middle-aged woman, but you can work around that (calling the daughter Mairead or Margaret or Mary, or anything like that, and leave Maisie as a nickname).
-- Golden Phoenix  6/16/2009
Maisie Williams plays Arya Stark in the TV adaption, Game of Thrones, of George R.R. Martin's A Song of Ice and Fire series.
-- Daenerys  6/3/2011
This is the name of a young character in the book What Maisie Knew by Henry James.
-- Marilyn86  10/23/2012
More of a nickname, although I'm not sure what names it could be for (Margaret? Madeleine?) but it really shouldn't be used as a full name in my opinion. Also, its practically unheard of in the US but to my surprise extremely popular in the UK, much like Alfie or poppy.
-- Anonymous User  2/5/2013
Despite its trendiness in the UK, the name Maisie is very uncommon in the US. It was only given to 147 baby girls here in 2012. I think it's an adorable nickname, but a little too cutesy to be a full name.
-- Oohvintage  7/17/2013

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