Other Origin(s):German, Hebrew, Irish
Meaning:Faith; Slender; Free man
Kaile is a gender-neutral name of English, Irish, Hebrew, and German origin. Coming from the Hebrew name Caleb, it translates to “faith,” making it a unique way for you and baby to celebrate your beliefs. This name also comes from the Irish name Caol, meaning “slender,” which can cleverly connect your bundle of joy to nature, from the slender blades of grass in the fields to the lanky willow branches. If you want to embrace your little one’s adventurous side, Kaile also comes from the name Karl, translating to “free man.” Whether baby is connecting to your faith or embracing their independence, the name Kaile will fit them like a glove.
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