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In my honest opinion, Latisha is a name that chavvy parents give to their daughters. It's in the same category as Stacy, Marissa and other names that I can't stand.
-- Anonymous User  11/28/2005
This name can also be spelled as "La Tisha." This is how mine is spelled. It makes it difficult for some computers, though, as some will list my first name only as "La." Very irritating, but that is how it is spelled. Also extremely difficult to find a key chain with the name spelled this way; I have yet to find one.
-- ltacoleman  2/9/2007
Latisha is such a beautiful name. It isn't very youthful but it makes up for that in its combination it flows properly. It's very sexy, wornderful, formal and great. I wish my name was Latisha.
-- Koolgal  3/23/2007
This is my name and we pronounce it lah-TISH-ah. My nickname is Tish.
-- Anonymous User  6/26/2007
No offence to those called Latisha, but I cannot stand this name. It makes me think of sneezing, 'atishoo!'
-- rhiannon4  10/5/2007
I actually like the sound of it, even with the sneeze thing - but if I saw it on a child I'd assume they had parents who couldn't spell Letitia.
-- Anonymous User  10/22/2007
This is just an ugly bastardization of the lovely name Letizia/Leticia. I wouldn't use it.
-- bananarama  10/3/2009
LaTisha hit the charts in late 1960's because there was a 1968 John Wayne movie entitled Hell Fighters where his daughter's name was Tish who played a significant role in the movie. In one scene, she was going to a doctor's appointment and said her name was LaTisha. My impression is that it is a ghetto-phabulous name.
-- carousel513  2/4/2010
Every Latisha I've known has pronounced it lə-TEESH-ə. [noted -ed]
-- Anonymous User  1/26/2012
It sounds like someone sneezing.. La-TISH-a = a-TISH-oo!
-- Marisa500  3/29/2012
The people that said really ignorant, mean things about this name are horrible. You have to be down right stupid to even post something like that. I love my name, which is pronounced La-Tee-sha. If you don't like the name, fine, but there is no need for "adults" to make such ignorant remarks.
-- DrLatisha  2/12/2013

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