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daisy

  

      n   pl   , -sies  
1    a small low-growing European plant, Bellis perennis, having a rosette of leaves and flower heads of yellow central disc flowers and pinkish-white outer ray flowers: family Compositae (composites)  
2      (Also called)    oxeye daisy, marguerite, moon daisy          a Eurasian composite plant, Chrysanthemum leucanthemum, having flower heads with a yellow centre and white outer rays  
3    any of various other composite plants having conspicuous ray flowers, such as the Michaelmas daisy and Shasta daisy  
4    Slang   an excellent person or thing  
5    pushing up the daisies   dead and buried  
     (Old English dægesege day's eye)  
  daisied      adj  


marguerite  
      n  
1    a cultivated garden plant, Chrysanthemum frutescens, whose flower heads have white or pale yellow rays around a yellow disc: family Compositae (composites)  
2    any of various related plants with daisy-like flowers, esp. C. leucanthemum  
     (C19: from French: daisy, pearl, from Latin margarita, from Greek margarites, from margaron)  
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marguerite  
      n  
1    a cultivated garden plant, Chrysanthemum frutescens, whose flower heads have white or pale yellow rays around a yellow disc: family Compositae (composites)  
2    any of various related plants with daisy-like flowers, esp. C. leucanthemum  
     (C19: from French: daisy, pearl, from Latin margarita, from Greek margarites, from margaron)  

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marge, Margarita, margent, margarite

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