Meaning of Daisy
and the Origins of this baby name
The name Daisy has the following meaning:
Eye of the day. This old-school name was one of the most popular and most commonly used 19th-century flower names. Despite being quite different, "Daisy" is often used as a nickname for "Margaret", simply because in France, the flower is called a marguerite.
It is a female name, suitable for baby girls.
As a baby girl name, Daisy is currently a popular baby name, with a recent overall USA popularity ranking of 144 out of 1000 (source: 2000s U.S. Census).
In 2009, the name Daisy rose in popularity, moving up the USA Top 1000 charts in Year 2009, by 8 places. For the Year 2009, it ranked 153 in the Top 1000 charts.
The following chart shows the popularity of the name Daisy in the USA, over the past 100 years.
The name Daisy is pronounced as day-zee
The following names are baby names related to Daisy and are suitable names for brothers and sisters of Daisy: Boys - Girls - Blossom
, Both genders - Courtney
Popular Variants for the name Daisy: Daisee
We think the name Daisy should fall under the following style category: Ladylike
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Based on our research, most people would imagine a person with the name Daisy to be: A cheerful and sweet girl
In one word, you might describe Daisy as a(n) "cheerful
See other "cheerful" names for girls
The names of some famous persons by the name Daisy
(or its variants) are:Daisy Fuentes
, born on 17 November, a famous television personality. Daisy Fuentes's background: Cuban American model, TV host and actress. She was initially spotted by MTV and was hired as host of MTV Internacional, which later became MTV en Espaņol and later MTV Latin America, at the age of 19. She also went on to acting in television soap operas, and hosted many talk and entertainment shows, such as her self-titled talk show, and the Miss Universe Pageant. She was also an evening news anchor.