Forename directory - Names / meaning for "Claire"

People with the first name "Claire"

Claire Afford Claire Aimson Claire Andrea Claire Antonelli Claire Ashing Claire Bee Claire Bentick Claire Bewley Claire Biesty Claire Billinger Claire Bohan Claire Bolitho Claire Bowle Claire Braden Claire Bramble Claire Brazil Claire Brian Claire Brigg Claire Burrowes Claire Byram Claire Callahan Claire Camilleri Claire Cano Claire Carney-Booth Claire Carroll-Mythen Claire Cartier Claire Chowdhury Claire Claringbold Claire Cliff Claire Comery Claire Cooney Claire Cornell Claire Coughtrie Claire Craigmyle Claire Cumbers-Stanley Claire Dargan Claire Davis-Cham Claire Diggle Claire Duffey Claire Dunwell-Smith Claire Elden Claire Fillingham Claire Fitzgerald-Clark Claire Follea Claire Francey Claire Furmedge Claire Gates-Mutton Claire Geater Claire Gresty Claire Griggs Claire Hamlett Claire Hardstaff Claire Heapy Claire Heather Claire Henigan-Torr Claire Hickey Claire Hollands Claire Keilty Claire Knapman Claire L. Sweeting Claire Laidlaw Claire Lamsdale Claire Lauder Claire Leamy Claire Liptrot Claire Longstaff-Porter Claire Manamley Claire McIlvenny Claire McKimmie Claire Mcgourlay Claire Mciver Claire Mcphee Claire Mould Claire Mulrooney Claire Osment Claire Paas Claire Peat Claire Perusset Claire Pettifer Claire Pilsworth Claire Proudlock Claire Remmer Claire Round-Turner Claire Savery Claire Seckington Claire Selfridge Claire Selim Claire Sharf Claire Sherratt Claire Staniland Claire Starling Claire Stoodley-Williamson Claire Summerfield Claire Timon Claire Trevor Claire Trott Claire Venpin Claire Voas Claire Yarwood Claire de Nobriga

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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