Caleb

Most likely of Hebrew origin, but the meanings vary. Its Hebrew spelling is identical to the word dog, or kelev, but it has also been attributed to the words kal (whole) and lev (heart). Whether it means “dog” or “whole heart,” both are synonymous with unconditional love. Awww.

Nicknames:

Cale, which is cute but may draw endless comparisons to leafy greens.

Famous people named Caleb:

Film director Caleb Deschanel; musician Caleb Followill; U.S. Senator Caleb Strong; novelist Caleb Carr.

Fun fact:

A Biblical name, Caleb was popular with the English Puritans, who introduced it to the Americas in the 17th century.

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