Forename directory - Names / meaning for "Claire"

People with the first name "Claire"

Claire Adler Claire Aggarwal Claire Amdemariam Claire Angell Claire Ashley Claire Ashmore-Mellor Claire Atwater Claire Ballard Claire Ballinger-Finch Claire Bamford Claire Barnard Claire Batty Claire Bearcroft Claire Befroy-Parnell Claire Bench Claire Bieganski Claire Birkby Claire Boyd Claire Brash Claire Bromley Claire Burnett Claire Butland Claire Capel Claire Capon Claire Cartwright-Hignett Claire Challis Claire Cheetham Claire Chilton Claire Chirnside Claire Codling Claire Colley Claire Comerford Claire Corney Claire Craig Claire Crossland Claire Dash Claire Dibben Claire Durkin Claire Edmunds Claire Flannery Claire Frisby Claire Fyvie Claire Gaskell Claire Geddes Claire Gillanders Claire Gillings Claire Gilmour Claire Hadfield Claire Hallwood Claire Heaney Claire Heron Claire Higgs Claire Hirt Claire Hoath Claire Hollingsworth Claire Hotson Claire Howarth-Coyne Claire Isik-Jones Claire Jesson Claire Judge Claire Knibb Claire Knock Claire Lawson Claire Leatherland Claire Legg Claire Litster Claire Livingstone Claire Lowry Claire Mallon Claire Mcilrath Claire Mcbride Claire Mobbs Claire Morrissey Claire Norfield Claire O'donoghue Claire Odeon Claire Odgers Claire Pedder Claire Philpot Claire Protheroe Claire Rainford Claire Redgrave Claire Roberts-Morgan Claire Roddis Claire Rose-Casemore Claire Rossato Claire Saltmarsh Claire Shale Claire Shufflebotham Claire Snape Claire Spiteri Claire Stinchcombe Claire Wallace Claire Ward-Winser Claire Waterson Claire Whigham Claire Whitehouse Claire Wildey Claire Wimpenny Claire Witte

Information about "Claire"

For this Claire there are 23091 different names on Yasni.

Most common last names for Claire are: Alderson, Aspinall, Awty

In the ranking of the most common first names Claire is on position 49.

During the last seven days Claire was searched for 3 times.

Meaning of "Claire"

Female first name (French): Claire, bright, clear, bright, Latin (Word format); clarus = bright, clear, radiant, only after the time of the Romans from the Latin 'clarus' or its female form 'clara' derived name , known by the name of St.. Clare of Assisi, founder of the Poor Clares

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