Caliban is an appealing name that originated from the Romanian name Kaliban. The meaning of Caliban is 'black'. And some sources might say that it has been taken from the Shakespeare novel ‘The Tempest’. It is a very common name as well as a surname often among boys, even today it’s used widely in eastern Europe. The name Caliban is a character from the Shakespeare novel and is played by famous actors like Ralph Richardson in the 1993 BBC radio channel, Roy Dotrice in the RSC production house, Adrian Herrero in Argentina, John Kani in the RSC production house, and many more. The people have a belief that a person name Caliban is an excellent relationship builder, an excellent parent, generous and sincere. They are also thought to be a very outspoken and upbeat person, compassionate and sensitive, and introverted a bit. This name is most common in the United States and Kuwait.