Caleb is a French boy name and the meaning of this name is “To be Faithful, Messenger, Bold”.
Caleb is a Hebrew name meaning ‘faithful’, ‘with all my heart’, ‘brave’ or ‘brave’. Also, some people think it could mean “devotion to God.” The name was brought into popular culture through the Bible. In the Bible, Caleb was a companion of Joshua and Moses.
Caleb is a Hebrew masculine given name meaning faithful. It can also mean “with all my heart” or “loyalty”.
Origin of Surname & Meanings
Reduced and altered form of Scottish and Irish McKillip, a Gaelic patronymic of Philip. The form of the name, originally Killip, has been adapted from that of the biblical personal name Caleb.
The Caleb surname was found in the US, UK, Canada and Scotland between 1840 and 1920. Most of the Caleb families were found in the USA in 1880.
Caleb is an attractive Old Testament name that has been in the US top 100 for almost three decades. Julianne Moore chose Caleb for her son, as did Bo Bice. The short form Cale is also gaining popularity, and the current spelling Kaleb picks up on the early K-to-C trend.
The most common variations of the name Caleb are Kaleb and Kalib. Common nicknames are Cal, Cale and Cay.
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Caleb- Caleb is a Muslim name of Arabic origin. This name is also very popular in the Christian community, meaning ‘faithful’. Chams – This is a very unique Muslim boy name, meaning ‘sun’.
From Latin Caleb, Calebus, from Greek Χαλεβ (Chalev), from Hebrew כָּלֵב (kalév), from Hebrew כֶּלֶב (keleb̠, “dog”) (possibly referring to to the unquestioning devotion of dogs to their masters).
Caleb is a consistently popular name, having been in the top 100 games of the year for the last three and a half decades. However, it never tops the list, usually ranking in the mid-50s.
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Caleb is a Hebrew name.
The name Kaleb with a “k” is a very modern spelling variant of the traditional spelling Caleb.