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Nathan Hale was one of the United States' founding fathers. As a patriot he gave his life. Before he was executed he said, "I only regret that I have but one life to lose for my country."
-- breakofday  12/22/2005
Hale may also mean “Whole, Healthy” from Hale in Middle English. “Hero” from Haele in Old English. “Eminent” from Haol in Gaelic. Or “Hall” from Halle in Middle High German.
-- Ciarda  7/23/2006
Hale-Bopp is a famous comet. Inspiration for the cult "Heaven's Gate".
-- Jesus_Freak  5/31/2007
"Hale" can also be used as a surname (i.e. Japser and Rosalie Hale from Twilight).
-- Miss_Gorgeous  12/12/2008
This surname is English and sometimes Scottish habitational and derives from residence at a remote valley (halh) or by a salt water estuary (heil). The origin is strictly speaking Ancient British (pre-Roman), and a survivor of the very earliest civilisations. Sometimes the name is locational from villages called Hale, Hales, Haile, and Hayle, which occur throughout the British Isles.

Read more: http://www.surnamedb.com/Surname/Hale#ixzz1BqEcpw6Y
-- keepitreal  1/22/2011
Hale can also be a Turkish feminine name. It's the Turkish form of the Arabic name Hala.
-- bananarama  2/18/2011
This is the last name of the lead male character in Ally Carter's Heist Society series. He goes by this name.
-- Hale  11/16/2013

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