Maisie


Maisie
Maisie f
Scottish: pet form derived from Mairead, the Gaelic form of MARGARET (SEE Margaret), with the Scottish and northern English hypocoristic suffix -ie. Gaelic palatalized -r- sounds to English ears like /z/. The name occurs in Scottish border ballads in the form Masery.

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