Just like the name denotes, the meaning of calm is 'peace'. It is a name commonly used for naming boys. Sometimes, people don't use the name Calm directly, but they use some other alternative names which have the meaning 'peace', like Colvyr, Joab, Dhin, Fen, Gaufrid, Kazuya, Gerffron, Doak, Heddwyn, Kale, Hemin, Humphrey, Friedemann, Naim, Joah, Callum, Juday, Kafu, Mirko, Oliver, and many more. The U.S. Census Bureau states that Calm is a surname that occurs more than 100 times in the United States according to the Decennial Census survey. According to some historical facts, it is said that the Calms were a Jew family from Argentina. They primarily descended from immigrants who came from Europe. These Ashkenazic Jews left behind the majority of their Jewish relatives when they emigrated from tiny towns or shtetels in Poland, Lithuania, Russia, Germany, Romania, or Ukraine. After two or three generations, the Jewish families fled to nations like the United States, England, or Australia, and lost contact with their ancestors.