Meaning : Whole Hearted,
Origin : Hebrew,
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Numerology information Ca'Leb:
Name Number: 5 Meaning: Motion, Change, Freedom, Diversity, Liberty, Choice, Interest, Search, Risk, Danger, Fear
Additional information Ca'Leb:
From the Hebrew words "Col" (all or whole) and "Lev" (heart).
Definition funny of Ca'Leb:
to have a sexy body. to have strong biceps, and ripped abs, and a nice ass
look at that caleb lifting 500 lbs!! thats guy is a total caleb! Man, that caleb is a total hottie!
Someone that you love to hang out with and someone who you need. A guy who you come to depend on and trust.He accepts all people for who they are and has a secret compassion for them. Has a heart of gold and hesistates to show it. Caleb has the funniest sense of humour & always speaks his mind even when it may be inappropriate. He treats his girl well & would do anything to make her happy even if it means changing hiself. His girl can only think 'Is he for real? Is he gonna hurt me? Am I with the right guy?'. he's almost too good to be true. he's easy to love & makes a girl feel beautiful, special,powerful,worthy and a better person. he's the kinda guy any person would be lucky to have in their life. so if you meet this guy caleb.. stick with him, cause he'll make life even more sweeter.
caleb is dutch for: the best boyfriend imaginable <3 I love him with all i have
Super cool mofo who's tight with everyone. Good at everything he does. Charismatic,charming,daring, handsome and beastly.A person everyone wants to know. Good with the ladies. The loudest one in the room. Will back up his hommies, especially in a fight. Loves to party. Addicted to women. Self-centered sometimes. Never humble. Overall a person you need in your life.
Man! I wish i was a Caleb! When i grow up i wanna be a Caleb. I wanna date a Caleb They're soooo Cool.
Hebrew for dog, Bold and impetuous.
Songs about Ca'Leb:
Caleb Meyer - Gillian Welch
Books about Ca'Leb:
CÅ"lebs, the love story of a bachelor (1917)