upsy-daisy

interjection
up·sy-dai·sy | \ ˈəpsēˌdāzē \
variants: or less commonly up-a-daisy \-pəˌ- \ or ups-a-daisy \-psəˌ- \ or upsee-daisy or upsidaisy \-sēˌ- \

Definition of upsy-daisy 

used to express reassurance typically to a small child when it is being lifted

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irregular from up entry 1

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