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Clemente

What does Clemente mean?

Clemente Pronunciation of Clemente [clemente] as a boys' name has its root in Latin, and the meaning of the name Clemente is "merciful". Clemente is a version of Clement (Latin): from Clemens.

Variations

VARIANTS Kliment, Klement

RELATED FORMS VIA CLEMENT Clemencio, Clemens, Clementino, Clementius, Clemmie, Klemens, Klementos

CREATIVE FORMS
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(female)


MIDDLE NAME PAIRINGS
Clemente Bernardo (C.B.), ..

How popular is Clemente?

Clemente is a somewhat popular first name for males (#1079 out of 1220, Top 88%) and an even more popular surname for both adults and children (#4402 out of 150436, Top 3%). (2000 U.S. CENSUS)

Clemente reached its highest rank of #1352 in the U.S. in the 1970s, but is not in the list at the moment. (TOP 2000 NAMES, 2015)

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Clemente name in U.S.

Top 100 baby names ranking of Clemente outside U.S.

Which version is better?

Clemmie, Clement and Clemens are the prominent varying forms of Clemente. Other forms, like Klemens, are uncommon. Usage of these relations of Clemente was widespread in the 1910s (ADOPTION OF 0.04%), but now, the form Clement has gone out of style.



Top 2000 baby names ranking of Clemente, Clemens, Clement, Clemmie in U.S.

Top 100 baby names ranking of Clemente and related baby names outside U.S.

Similar Names

Recommended sound-alike names are Armante (see Arman), Caelen, Calumet, Carmen, Carmine, Carpenter, Celesto, Cereno, Chesnie, Cheyenne, Cheyne, Clarance, Clarence, Clarens, Clarrence, Cleander, Cleante, Cleanth, Cleanthes, Cleanto (see Cleanth), Cleavant, Cleevant (see Cleavant), Cleeve, Cleevont (see Cleavant), Clem, Clemmons, Clemmy, Cleneth (see Cleanth), Cleon, Clete, Cleto, Cleve, Clevon, Clianth, Clint, Clintt (see Clinton), Colegate, Coleman, Coreonte, Cresento, Crisento (see Crisanto), D'Amante, Damonte, Deante, Demonte, Deonte, Devante, Devonte, Everette, Gelette (see Gillett), Klemenis (see Klemens), Lamonte, Valente, Vicente and Vincente. These names tend to be less commonly used than Clemente.

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