• Gender: Neutral
  • Origin: French
  • Meaning: Place Of Stones Or Pebbles

What is the meaning of the name Callaway?

The name Callaway is primarily a gender-neutral name of French origin that means Place Of Stones Or Pebbles.

From the Normandy region of France, transferred to England via the Norman invasion via a place name William the Conqueror referred to as 'Kellaways'.

Cabell "Cab" Calloway III was an American jazz singer, dancer, bandleader, and actor.

Callaway (variant spelling) is a popular Golf equipment brand.

Different Spellings of the name Callaway:


People who like the name Callaway also like:

Cohen, Everett, Caspian, Oliver, Maxwell, Callum, Callahan, Adelaide, Chloe, Scarlett, Genevieve, Violet, Evangeline, Rosaleen

Names like Callaway:

Csilla, Coll, Coyolli, Clee, Ceyla, Ciel, Callie, Czelaw, Cecily, Cael, Calah, Caelia, Cole, Cecilia, Cualli, Chloe, Cale, Cala, Chaskiel, Cicely, Cecil, Cielle, Chaeli, Chill, Calloway, Clea, Calla, Cicily, Cayla, Cecelia

Stats for the Name Callaway

checkmark Callaway is currently not in the top 100 on the Baby Names Popularity Charts
checkmark Callaway is currently not ranked in U.S. births

Potential drawbacks of using the name Callaway:

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1. Potential confusion with the brand: Callaway is a well-known golf equipment company, and naming a child Callaway may lead to frequent associations with the brand, which some parents may find undesirable.
2. Difficulty in finding personalized items: Personalized items such as keychains, mugs, or license plates may be harder to come by for a less common name like Callaway.
3. Pronunciation challenges: Some people may struggle with pronouncing the name correctly, leading to potential mispronunciations or misspellings.
4. Potential teasing or bullying: As with any unique name, there is a possibility that children with the name Callaway could face teasing or bullying from their peers due to its distinctiveness.
5. Limited cultural significance: Callaway is not a widely recognized traditional name in many cultures, so it may lack historical or cultural significance that some parents value when choosing a name for their child.