What does Daisy mean?
A flower name. Often used as a nickname for Margaret, where in France, the flower is called a "marguerite". Literary: Henry James named the typical American girl in Europe as Daisy Miller in his story. The variant Deyse is common in Brazil. Actress Daisy Fuentes.
Related girl name: Rosa.Kreatif forms:
(female) Dasy, Desy, ..
(male) Daisya, Daity, ..
How popular is Daisy?
Daisy is a very prominent first name for women (#295 out of 4276, Top 7%) and also a very prominent surname for both adults and children (#34114 out of 150436, Top 23%). (2000 U.S. Census)
Presented below is the baby name statistics of Daisy for girls. Daisy reached its highest rank of #60 in the U.S. in the 1880s, and is at #180 presently. (2014 Birth Statistics)
Daisey, Daisie, Maisie (#658 via latest list), Maisy (#1311), Margaret (#169), Margy and Rosa (#608) are the prominent varying forms of Daisy (#180 via latest list) ranked in the Top 2000. Other variants, like Maiga, are seldom used. Adoption of these relations of Daisy was more pronounced among parents during 1890-1899 (usage of 4.9%) and has become significantly less since (usage 0.3%, down 93.7%), with forms such as Rosa becoming less stylish. Maisie is the most fashionable name for newborns in this list.
Daisy is alike in pronunciation to Dacee, Dacey, Dacie, Dacy, Daicee, Daicy, Dassah, Dasya, Dessa, Diza, Dosya and Dusa. Other recommended names are Cassy, Casy, Dabny (see Dabney), Daffy, Dagny, Dai, Daija, Dail, Daile, Daina, Daira, Dalise, Daly, Danay, Daney, Danfy, Danise, Danny, Dany, Darby▼, Darcy▼, Darsey, Darsi, Davy, Day, Drisy, Hatsy, Kassy, Kasy, Kaysy, Krisy, Pansy▼, Patsy▼ and Tansy. These names tend to be less commonly used than Daisy.