Lashay is also used as a masculine name. However, it's more common for females. So, I think that the "Gender" of this name should be changed from "Feminine" to "Feminine & Masculine". A known male bearer of this name is Daryl Richardson (a.k.a. Lashay) 1990-, an American football running back who is a free agent, listed in the "Namesakes" section for this name.Sources:
This name can also be FEMININE, making it UNISEX.
This name is POPULAR as a GIRLS name in REAL LIFE.
SOMEONE should AT LEAST edit the gender to "Feminine & Masculine" to match with the popularity. [noted -ed]
I am a proud owner of the name Lashay. It is my trademark and it was shared to me by my father (yes, I am a Jr.). We also have a whole bunch of family members with the middle name “Lashay”.
I absolutely love running into others named Lashaya and even had a babysitter named Lashaya growing up.
Spell it however you like, the name is strong and proud, it’s an adjective “smelly” or “ugly”, and just like those definitions it builds character. Those who OWN IT represent.
-Did I get teased? I still do.
-Do I care? Not at all. Those who meet me, or tease me, remember me. Just like my father before me.
Lashay is a girl's name given to 140 girls in 1992.
Does every name with La or De added to it make it sound ghetto? This name is garbage. Shea is already Americanized, anyway, but now you add La and mispell it again?
I didn't know it was possible to make the name shay sound any trashier, but apparently all it takes is two letters.
Oh God. What have they done to Séaghdha. They completely bastardised it. (Again, sigh).
Can also be feminine.
The ''La'' is feminine, and the name Shae is feminine, so somehow this doesn't sound logical on males, even though it doesn't sound particularly feminine either. It's an ugly name that will lead to people having low expectations of the bearer.

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