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Calbert- One of the more antiquated names on this list, but the nickname Cal livens him up a bit.
Calder- A creative name, thanks to artist Alexander Calder.
Caldwell- An English surname that would work just as well as a first.
Caledon- Caldeon derives from Caledonia (Latin for Scotland), and is most well known as a minor character in Titanic.
Calhoun- A jaunty Irish surname that means "from the narrow wood."
California- This place name swings slightly girl (9 uses in 2014 vs. fewer than 5), but with such low numbers, why couldn't California go boy?
Callaghan- This Irish surname is just waiting to be discovered. He's a great option if you like longer names for boys.
Callum- Sweet Callum is rising quickly up the charts. I think he'll break the top 700 come May.
Calton- Calton is a smoosh name with potential. Colton's at #65, so it's only a matter of time before parents go searching for alternatives.
Calvin- Classic, with a mischievous spirit (thanks to Calvin & Hobbes).
Macalester- A prestigious collegiate name that could answer to Mac, Cal, or Les (take your pick).
Pascal- A charming name that I'd like to see used more often.