Meaning of upsy-daisy in English:

upsy-daisy

(also ups-a-daisy)

Pronunciation /ʌpsɪˈdeɪzi/

Translate upsy-daisy into Spanish

exclamation

  • Expressing encouragement to a child who has fallen or is being lifted.

Origin

Early 18th century (as up-a-daisy): from up and second element related to lackadaisical and lackaday.