Forename directory - Names / meaning for "Claire"

People with the first name "Claire"

Claire Allanson Claire Ashbridge-Thomlinson Claire Ashmead Claire Aston Claire Balzer Claire Bannatyne Claire Barwell Claire Beacham Claire Becker Claire Beddows Claire Bedford-Feuell Claire Beebe-Harwood Claire Bentley-Larose Claire Berlioz Claire Binnington Claire Blunt Claire Board Claire Bouverie-Brine Claire Bowerman Claire Boyne Claire Brittain Claire Broadbent Claire Bunter Claire Callaghan Claire Cave Claire Chedzoy Claire Clavery Claire Constable Claire Coomer Claire Coote Claire Corfield-Jones Claire Corlett Claire Costigan Claire Coxon Claire Dallison Claire Deamer Claire Denyer-White Claire Devereaux Claire Dowd Claire Emms Claire Essex-Crosby Claire Ewers Claire Finn Claire Freer Claire Freudenthal Claire Gabites Claire Gaskin Claire Gaygan Claire Gillow Claire Gowans Claire Haffenden Claire Hanley Claire Haughey Claire Heenan Claire Howdon Claire Hubbard Claire Huddart Claire Hyndman Claire Jeffreys-Hoar Claire Jewkes Claire Johnson-Knight Claire Kivlin Claire Lardner-Burke Claire Laverty Claire Leiper Claire Lenz Claire Lindsay Claire Marchionne Claire Mcilwaine Claire Mennim Claire Montague Claire Morcom Claire Mouton Claire Muckian Claire Mullis Claire Murrell Claire Neailey Claire Nottage Claire Oates Claire Oxley-Hughes Claire Payling Claire Pinches Claire Potts-Boyaval Claire Quilter Claire Rawson-Mackenzie Claire Royce Claire Samways Claire Sayegh Claire Scanlon Claire Soltani Claire Storrie Claire Sugrue Claire Tiltman Claire Tovey Claire Tuck Claire Turton Claire Unwin Claire Vine Claire Whittington Claire Woolston

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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