Common misspellings for Callum:
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Callum as a boy's name is a variant of Calum (Scottish, Gaelic) and Colm (Irish, Gaelic).
Examples of usage for Callum:
He was a fine, tall man called Callum Bhouie, from his yellow hair when he was a youth; he was old when I knew him- six feet two and thin as a rake and strong, with the face of Wellington and an eye like a hawk. "From Edinburgh to India & Burmah" , William G. Burn Murdoch.
Callum said he knew all about it and it was but weak stuff, so they took bowls and saucers and drank the weak stuff more and more. "From Edinburgh to India & Burmah" , William G. Burn Murdoch.
The sands and the bay and the burn are there to- day, and, as they say in the old tales, if Callum were not dead he would be alive to prove the truth of the story. "From Edinburgh to India & Burmah" , William G. Burn Murdoch.