Definition of upsy-daisy in English:

upsy-daisy

Syllabification: up·sy-dai·sy
Pronunciation: /ˈəpsē ˌdāzē
 
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(also ups-a-daisy, upsa-daisy /ˈəpsə ˈdāzē/)

exclamation

Used to express encouragement to a child who has fallen or is being lifted.

Origin

mid 19th century: alteration of earlier up-a-daisy; compare with lackadaisical.

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