ETYM Old Eng. dayesye, AS. daeges-eáge day's eye, daisy. Related to Day, and Eye.
Any of numerous composite plants having flower heads with well-developed ray flowers usually arranged in a single whorl.
Any of numerous species of perennial plants in the family Compositae, especially the field daisy of Europe and North America Chrysanthemum leucanthemum and the English common daisy Bellis perennis, with a single white or pink flower rising from a rosette of leaves.