Definitions for shayʃeɪ
This page provides all possible meanings and translations of the word shay
a carriage consisting of two wheels and a calash top; drawn by a single horse
of origin, variant of Shea, anglicised from u00D3 Su00E9aghdha.
transferred from the surname; also a short form of Seamus.
transferred from the surname.
Origin: Corruption of chaise, originally from .
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Ricky Let's drop it. Let's ecks-nay on the becks-nay. Ig-pay atlin-lay. Bobby Will you ut-shay your outh-may Ricky Ayn-saying-ay Bobby I don't know, you're doing it wrong, I don't understand what the hell you're saying. Ricky Onch-pay oo-bay ... ay-bay ay-way Bobby Ut-shay your ace-fay, asshole-ay. Ricky Did you hear that Did you hear what he said Whadaya think of that
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