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Daisy originates in Old English language and means "eye of the day". As a feminine given name it is taken from the name of a yellow-white flower. It is has always been one of the more popular flower names that started being given to girls in the Victorian era. It is even more popular in the United Kingdom than the United States.

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Daisy Ashford - writer
Daisy Youngblood - sculptor

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