Calder Meaning in English, Calder Baby Name Origin Gender Meaning Pronunciation

Does Calder Baby Name seem like an intriguing name for your baby? Learn Calder Name Meaning in English, its origin and which gender Calder Baby Name is most suitable for. Check through our list of names that are related to the name Calder, names similar to Calder and sibling names of Calder. Also, read through a detailed numerology report for the name Calder.
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Boy, Girl
Celtic, Scottish
Rough waters
Related Calder Baby Names
Duncan, Gloria, Halen, Roland, Abbott, Trina, Murray, Lilja, Liam, Macauley, Nancy, Finnegan, Farrah, Amina, Finian, Jadira, Agatha, Rosa, Frank, Quinn, Kelsey, Dominica, Silver, Kingston, Vidal, Walden, Fleta, Holly, Jocelyn, Arlo, Faye, Zola, Uma, Djuna, Ulla, Meike, Rowan, Zoe, Iris, Aldea, Alden, Alder, Alger, Baker, Baldemar, Balder, Baldev, Baldhere
Similar Calder Baby Names
Caldre, Calldwr, Callidora, Caulder, Colter, Coltere, Coulter
Sibling Names
Luke, Jacob, Eli, Noah, Gavin, Sam, Ben, Caleb, Isaac, Levi, Alex, Benjamin, Emma, Hannah, Bella, Grace, Olivia, Savannah, Lily, Kaylee, Lucy
Middle Names
Alexander, Bentley, Evan, Lee, Matthew, Nash
Calder as a boy's name is pronounced KAHL-der. It is of English and Scottish origin, and the meaning of Calder is "rough waters; stream".
The name Calder has a numerology value of 9 In numerological terms, this means the following HumanitarianHaving concern for or helping to improve the welfare and happiness of people.Of or pertaining to ethical or theological humanitarianism.Pertaining to the saving of human lives or to the alleviation of suffering: a humanitarian crisis.TranscendentGoing beyond ordinary limits; surpassing; exceeding.Superior or supreme.:: Numerology SoulUrge Number: 6 People with this name have a deep inner desire for a stable, loving family or community, and a need to work with others and to be appreciated. Expression Number: 7 People with this name are excellent at analyzing, understanding, and learning. They tend to be mystics, philosophers, scholars, and teachers. Because they live so much in the mind, they tend to be quiet and introspective, and are usually introverts. When presented with issues, they will