Upsy-daisy - definition of upsy-daisy by The Free Dictionary
upsy-daisy (ˈʌpsɪˈdeɪzɪ) or
an expression, usually of reassurance, uttered as when someone, esp a child, stumbles or is being lifted up
[C18 up-a-daisy, irregularly formed from up (adv)]
References in periodicals archive
From there, pages are shorter and more singsong, each with a line with "upsy-daisy
" in it.
A KIT OF A SHOCKER Whatever bright spark thought it was a great idea to dress the Hearts team like Upsy-Daisy
from BBC children's programme In The Night Garden needs his head looked at.
Not to worry, however-when Sophie finally gets to meet the Queen of England (yes, she does!), the proceedings take a lovely and lilting turn for the better, and it's fun and frolic all the way to the film's upsy-daisy