- daisy bush,
- daisy chain,
- daisy cutter
Origin of dais
Examples from the Web for daises
Your poor wife,—down with the daises; I know all, and she shall hear too.The Claverings|Anthony Trollope
Word Origin for dais
mid-13c., from Anglo-French deis, Old French dais "table, platform," from Latin discus "disk-shaped object," also, by medieval times, "table," from Greek diskos "quoit, disk, dish." Died out in English c.1600, preserved in Scotland, revived 19c. by antiquarians.