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See also: call and CALL



  • As an Irish surname, shortened from McCall.
  • As an English surname, from the noun caul (kind of headdress or cap).
  • Also as an English surname, from Middle English calwe (bald).
  • Also as an English surname, from a Middle English derivative of Latin caulae (sheepfold).
  • As a Catalan surname, from the noun call (narrow track), from Latin callis (path). Compare Calle.
  • As a German surname, Americanized from Koll, Goll.

Proper noun[edit]


  1. A surname.