If you named him stay, then if you told him to stay, he would not register that as a command to sit still, he would register that as his name, so if you said come here, stay, he wouldn't have any conflict, all he understands is that he is named stay, and he is being told to go over there.
@Agent Gif Junior, are you buzz killingtons kid or something
@Sah3369, but if he never learned stay as an action, he'd probably consider after a while, on conditioning principles, 'going to the human when they call is desirable'. But say his owner has a guest who doesn't know Stay's name. The guest could constantly tell them to stay, but the dog would keep approaching. The guest would keep it up and get agitated. The agitation in the calls would confuse Stay, and possibly drive him bonkers.
@Agent Gif Junior, bruh, its a joke
@Agent Gif Junior, i was thinking that too
That's a Steven Wright joke
Steven Wright: "Come, Stay. He just lurches across the room."
But if his name is stay, he won't know what stay, Stay means
@Tha Gumby, I don't think that applies here.
My dogs name is stitch but he also responds to STOP