Forename directory - Names / meaning for "Claire"

People with the first name "Claire"

Claire Ackroyd Claire Alford Claire Allaker Claire Asher Claire Ashman Claire Bardsley Claire Barrass Claire Bartley Claire Basil-Rattey Claire Bastian Claire Bengough-Drake Claire Bishton Claire Blakeway Claire Blennerhassett Claire Bracewell Claire Branter Claire Brass Claire Budd Claire Bullus Claire Bunbury Claire Bunker Claire Bunning Claire Camplin Claire Catterall Claire Chell Claire Chiroiu-Germain Claire Chrystal Claire Cochrane Claire Coey Claire Courtney Claire Cratchley Claire Criddle Claire Crocker Claire Dinnis Claire Douthwaite Claire Edkins Claire Emberton Claire Ensell Claire Exley Claire Florey Claire Fussey Claire Giddens-Williams Claire Gittoes Claire Glennie Claire Gomez-Holliday Claire Hagen Claire Hambleton Claire Hannant Claire Haslin Claire Haylock Claire Haytree Claire Hedges Claire Holbrook Claire Holness Claire Horgan Claire Howes Claire Humeau Claire J. Lovegrove Claire Jaques Claire Jewiss Claire Kerkham Claire Laughlin Claire Locatelli-Bolton Claire Lodge Claire Louch Claire Mackellar Claire Maclennan Claire Manu Claire Marjoram Claire McGill Claire Mckeefry Claire Mclennan Claire Metham Claire Ofoegbu Claire Pashley Claire Pillinger Claire Pratt Claire Ralston-Currie Claire Rawlinson Claire Russ Claire Salmon Claire Shrimpton Claire Siddall Claire Simm Claire Southgate Claire Sprigmore Claire Stocker Claire Stovold Claire Symes Claire Tinsley Claire Treacy Claire Waddington Claire Waller Claire Waxman Claire Wetherall Claire Wilson-Bamforth Claire Woodman Claire Wrigley Claire Yallop Claire de Labrusse

Information about "Claire"

For this Claire there are 23064 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 5 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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