Daisy

(13 Posts)
WhyCantIuseTheNameIWant Wed 23-Mar-16 22:31:30

Are there any other accepted spellings of daisy?

Any 'regional variations' ?

MrsLettuce Wed 23-Mar-16 22:49:02

Madelief is dutch for daisy (and an accepted name). No idea other than that though confused

MrsLettuce Wed 23-Mar-16 22:52:24

Oh, is a nn of Margaret of course, from the flowers Marguerite.

Pipsweet1 Wed 23-Mar-16 22:52:29

Daisey I have seen! But Daisy is the prettiest version by far

WhyCantIuseTheNameIWant Wed 23-Mar-16 23:32:36

No votes for 'daisie' then?

I have one in class coming up. Poor daisie.

How do you pronounce the Dutch version?

MrsLettuce Thu 24-Mar-16 10:00:29

Thus: Madelief

MrsLettuce Thu 24-Mar-16 10:01:31

And no, no, no to 'creative' spellings of Daisy! Just looks illiterate.

IoraRua Thu 24-Mar-16 14:41:15

When I worked in the States I taught a Daysee. Your Daisie could be much worse off grin

centigrade451 Thu 24-Mar-16 15:13:16

Why on earth do you want to subject your child to a lifetime of 'no its spelled differently'. It doesn't make a child unique, it makes their parents look dumb.

WhyCantIuseTheNameIWant Thu 24-Mar-16 22:15:53

Centigrade

Exactly!

I think her sister has an equally dodgy name...

Along the lines of 'ray-shell'

Lettuce

I was close! I like that. Almost similar to Madeleine.

candykane25 Thu 24-Mar-16 22:22:06

I was once served by a Joolie.

I think Daisie looks pretty, like Maisie. But yes, lots of misspellings ahead. I have a common name though that had a few variants and the frequent misspellings I have now learnt to let it wash over me.

redshoeblueshoe Thu 24-Mar-16 23:22:22

I know someone who was going to call her baby Dayzee, thank goodness she had a boy

2016IsANewYearforMe Thu 24-Mar-16 23:32:37

I would spell it M-a-r-g-a-r-e-t. wink

It's nice to use a sweet nickname when a child is little, or with familiars. But, it's also nice to have a proper, serious, grownup name when the occasion calls for it. That way, you get the best of both.

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