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Daisy Pennifold

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Etymology

Daisy is a popular girl's flower-derived name from Old English dægeseage meaning "day's eye" (Behind the Name).

Pennyfold may derive from the combination of the two surnames Penny (Internet Surname Database) with Fold (Internet Surname Database). The surname Penny originally denoted a person of wealth or substance and comes from Old English peni(n)g, "penny".  The surname Fold derives from Old English falod or fald, meaning "fold" (an enclosure or pen for sheep or cattle) or someone who works or lives near a fold.

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