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Daisy Gamgee

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'''Daisy Gamgee''' ([[Third Age 2972|T.A. 2972]] - ?) was the oldest daughter of [[Gaffer Gamgee|Hamfast Gamgee]] and [[Bell Gamgee|Bell Goodchild]]. She had two older brothers, [[Hamson Gamgee]], and [[Halfred Gamgee]] as well as three younger siblings: [[May Gamgee]], [[Marigold Gamgee]], and [[Samwise Gamgee]], the companion of [[Frodo Baggins]].  
 
'''Daisy Gamgee''' ([[Third Age 2972|T.A. 2972]] - ?) was the oldest daughter of [[Gaffer Gamgee|Hamfast Gamgee]] and [[Bell Gamgee|Bell Goodchild]]. She had two older brothers, [[Hamson Gamgee]], and [[Halfred Gamgee]] as well as three younger siblings: [[May Gamgee]], [[Marigold Gamgee]], and [[Samwise Gamgee]], the companion of [[Frodo Baggins]].  
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==Etymology==
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Daisy, a flower name, derives from [[Old English]] ''dæges eage'' "day's eye"<ref>''[[An Introduction to Elvish]]'', "Giving of Names"</ref>.
  
==References==
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The [[Sindarin]] version of the name was [[Eirien]]<ref>[[King's Letter]]</ref>
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* [[The Lord of the Rings]], [[Appendix C]], Gamgee genealogy
 
* [[The Lord of the Rings]], [[Appendix C]], Gamgee genealogy
 
 
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Daisy Gamgee
Hobbit
Biographical Information
Locationthe Shire
BirthT.A. 2972
Family
ParentageHamfast Gamgee and Bell Goodchild
Physical Description
GenderFemale

Daisy Gamgee (T.A. 2972 - ?) was the oldest daughter of Hamfast Gamgee and Bell Goodchild. She had two older brothers, Hamson Gamgee, and Halfred Gamgee as well as three younger siblings: May Gamgee, Marigold Gamgee, and Samwise Gamgee, the companion of Frodo Baggins.

Etymology

Daisy, a flower name, derives from Old English dæges eage "day's eye"[1].

The Sindarin version of the name was Eirien[2]

References

  1. An Introduction to Elvish, "Giving of Names"
  2. King's Letter