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Cale Crane was the name of the character played by Dakota Fanning in Dreamer.
3011112ed  5/31/2006
Famous bearer: Matt Damon's character in the film "Titan AE" is named Cale.
Pheadirean  10/8/2006
Cale Yarborough, Born: Mar. 27, 1940
Auto racer, 3-time NASCAR national champion (1976-78); 4-time winner of Daytona 500 (1968, 77, 83-84); ranks 5th on NASCAR all-time list with 83 wins.
― Anonymous User  4/22/2007
John Cale was a member of the New York band The Velvet Underground.
scholasticastewart  11/11/2007
Totally boring. Far too plain and minimalist, and I don't really like the sound of the 'L' in this one.
slight night shiver  5/18/2008
What really bothers me about this name is the fact that I can't tell wether it's supposed to be a boy or a girl name.
Akito  5/24/2008
I like this name, and not as a nickname. However, I'm not sure if I prefer "Cale" or "Kale" quite yet.
DorktasticKelly  12/18/2008
Especially as a nickname for Caleb, I think this makes you sound like a sea plant.
lavieboheme1993  9/6/2009
Not always the shortened form of Caleb. It's 10000 times better than Caleb. Stop being dumb and realize that it's the best name ever.
― Anonymous User  10/5/2009
All that I am able to see is a child with a giant, green, leafy head of hair, due to the fact that Kale (also known as 'borecole') is a type of cabbage (which tastes revolting.)

While it is not the most professional name available, I can calm myself knowing that it is not another "Bradyn," "Aiden," or "Jayden." Would I endorse the use? Absolutely not-- I find it terribly juvenile, as well as unattractive to both the eye and ear.
Francesca  2/6/2012
I love this as a nickname for caleb (:

Cal: better nickname for calvin.
ThatMazerunnerfan  9/6/2014
I've read that Cale means "sweetheart." I think it's a nice name.
LV51sfan91  4/12/2015
I only like this as a nickname to a name such as Caleb. I would never use Cale on its own (but then again I would never name my child Caleb since that's my brother-in-law's name and I wouldn't be able to use it. Just doesn't seem right. If not for him, I would definitely consider using Caleb "Cale" for a son (:
― Anonymous User  4/28/2016
The name Cale was given to 140 boys born in the US in 2015.
HerculePoirot  6/18/2016

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