It is the Hebrew word for "dog".
Kaleb is of Hebrew origin. It appears in the King James version of the Bible as Caleb, which is the anglicized version of the name. Kaleb means dog; tenacious and agressive.
Caleb or Kaleb means 'dog' in Hebrew. Caleb was one of the spies sent into the Promised Land by Moses.
Kaleb = ×›×œ×‘ (pronounced kelev)
You can write Kaleb in Aramaic like that ܟܠܒ. In Jewish Aramaic it would be spelled like this: כלב
Yes it is a name, You can also spell it Caleb. It comes from the Hebrew word for dog (Kelev).
Kaleb is a boy's name.(Kaleb Barnett)
There is no obvious slang related definition. Kaleb is a males name. In Hebrew it means "dog, tenacious and aggressive" or "dog, heart". It is sometimes spelt with a C.
if its a name then kaleb!
KAH-lev (כלב) which means "dog"
There is no Hebrew name for Kenneth, but you can write it as ×§× ×ªThe name Kenneth is derived from the Gaelic word caoin "handsome"
There is no Hebrew name for Arthur, but you can write it phonetically as ××¨×ª×•×¨
Yona (the Hebrew name for Jonah) is יונה
The name Kevin has no Hebrew equivalent, but you can write it as ×§×•×•×™×Ÿ
Felipa has no Hebrew equivalent name, but you can write it as פליפה
There is no Hebrew equivalent for Lorraine, but you can write it out in Hebrew letters as לוריין
There is no Hebrew equivalent for Terry, but you can write it in Hebrew letters as טרי
The name Denice has no meaning in Hebrew. Only Hebrew names have meaning in Hebrew. But you can write it phonetically as דניס
The Hebrew name for Jared is Yered = ×™×¨×“
The name Max has no meaning in Hebrew, but you can write it phonetically as×ž××§×¡
There is no Hebrew name for Jeff. You're only option is to write it out phonetically as ×’×³×£
There is no Hebrew name for Arlene, but you can write it ארלין
Ceporah (if this is a name) would be ×¡×¤×•×¨×” But if you are talking about the Hebrew name Tsippora, it is ×¦×™×¤×•×¨×”
The name Tina has no meaning in Hebrew. Only Hebrew names have meaning in Hebrew. But if you are asking how to write it using Hebrew letters, it is: ×˜×™× ×”
If the name occurs in an Irish language Bible that would be your best course.