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Main Entry: dai·sy
Pronunciation: primarystressdamacr-zemacron
Function: noun
Inflected Form(s): plural daisies
Etymology: Old English dægesemacronage "daisy," literally, "day's eye," from dæg "day" and emacronage "eye"
1 : any of numerous plants of the composite family having flower heads with well-developed ray flowers: as a : a low-growing European herb with white or pink ray flowers b : a tall leafy-stemmed wildflower introduced into America from Europe and having a flower head with a yellow disk in the center surrounded by long white ray flowers
2 : the flower head of a daisy
3 capitalized : a member of the Girl Scouts of the United States of America program for girls in kindergarten and first grade


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