Forename directory - Names / meaning for "Claire"

People with the first name "Claire"

Claire Abigail Claire Abrey Claire Abson Claire Alderdice Claire Attrell Claire Baber Claire Baillet Claire Beck Claire Blythen Claire Bovill Claire Boynton Claire Bryson Claire Burniston Claire Cason Claire Catney Claire Cato Claire Coltman Claire Comley Claire Covington Claire Cranwell Claire Croxall Claire Cutts Claire Darmon Claire Darroch-Thompson Claire Derham Claire Drayton Claire Duchen Claire Durrant-Jones Claire Dutson Claire Edminson Claire Elmore Claire Eltherington Claire Fairless Claire Fazan Claire Fishlock Claire Frazer Claire Freeman-Palmer Claire Garley Claire Gilbertson Claire Gomer Claire Haine Claire Halligan Claire Hamblin-Davies Claire Hedley Claire Hellewell Claire Hodder Claire Howdle Claire Howlett Claire Hyslop Claire Ibbitson Claire Jelliman Claire Jevon Claire Jordan-Dean Claire Keefe Claire Kelleher Claire Kenyon Claire Kinane Claire Kremer Claire Kremeyer Claire Latto Claire Lee-Lythall Claire Linney Claire Mcalonan Claire Mcminimee Claire Mcmurtrie Claire Mitchell-Hird Claire Mortiss Claire Newland Claire Nundy Claire Orsler Claire Peach Claire Penning Claire Pickin Claire Pitchforth Claire Powell-Briddon Claire Pusey-Arsyad Claire Radigois Claire Raistrick Claire Randles Claire Ridgway Claire Rivett Claire Saddington Claire Selden Claire Sillet Claire Simcox Claire Sixt Claire Spedding Claire Speight Claire Spenadel Claire Spendlove Claire Strutton Claire Thurston Claire Trotman Claire Vallance Claire Varnica-Goodban Claire Vesey Claire Vicarage Claire Wellens Claire White-French Claire Wyburn-Mason

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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