The name Kaleb is of Hebrew origin and means "Whole Hearted." The origin is the culture in which the name originated, or in the case of a word--the language in which it most appears.
Kaleb is an alternate spelling of the name Caleb, which has come into its own. It is derived from the Hebrew words “Col” (all or whole) and “Lev” (heart). Common nicknames include Kal, Kale, and Kay.
Famous Kalebs include Kaleb, king of Axum, a very old region in Africa. Athletes known as Kaleb include Kaleb Cowart, Kaleb Cnales, and Kaleb Toth.