Hale

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Gender: M Meaning of Hale: "someone who lives in a hollow" Origin of Hale: English

This name projects a sense of well-being - hale and hearty - is unusual but accessible, with a clear simple sound, and a worthy namesake, Revolutionary War hero Nathan Hale, as an added bonus.

Famous People Named Hale

Hale Irwin, American golfer
(Thomas) Hale Boggs, U.S. Congressman from Louisiana
Hale Johnson, American politician from Illinois
Hale Dixon Tharp, American prospector
Hale T-Pole (born Tevita Hale Nai Tu'uhoko), Tongan rugby union player
Hale Aspacio Woodruff, American muralist

Pop Culture References for the name Hale

Hale Santiago, character on TV's "Lost Girl"
Hale, family on TV's "Teen Wolf"
Jasper and Rosalie Hale, characters in the "Twilight" saga
W.W Hale, character in "Heist Society" novels by Ally Carter
Hale Bopp, comet in 1997
Hale could be a nickname for the male name Haley.

Hal, Hayle