What does Cletis mean?
Associated with: greek
(male) Chetis, Cleais, ..
(female) Cleti, Cletin, ..
How popular is Cletis?
Cletis is a rare given name for males. Cletis is also a rare surname for all people. (2000 U.S. Demographics)
Shown below is the baby name history of Cletis for boys. Cletis was first listed in 1910-1919 and reached its highest position of #1201 in the U.S. during the years 1920-1929, but is not found in the list at the moment. (2014 U.S. SSA Records)
Prominent varying forms of Cletis appearing in the Top 2000 are Cletus, Cleon and Cleo. Other forms, like Cletos, are uncommon. These forms of Cletis were popular as baby names during 1910-1919 (adoption of 0.1%), but now, forms such as Cletus have gone out of style.
Recommended names are Albis, Aldis, Alexis▼, Algis, Alois▼, Alvis, Alwis, Anestis, Bemis, Bevis, Blais, Caddis, Callis, Cecil▼, Celio, Ceri, Cetus, Chess, Chet, Chetwin, Chris▼, Claas, Claes, Clair▼, Claus, Cleary, Cleeve, Clem▼, Clemens, Clemmie (see Clement), Clemmy, Cleofas, Clerc, Clerk, Cleto, Cleve▼, Clevon, Clovio, Clovis, Colet, Coleton, Colis, Collis, Cortes, Costas, Creik, Crepin, Cris, Curtis▼, Curtiss, Denis▼, Eldis, Elis, Ellis, Elois, Elvis, Eustis, Floris, Justis, Kevis, Kostis, Kurtis▼, Lewis▼, Lexis, Otis▼, Ottis▼, Prentis, Regis, Reis, Tevis and Trevis. These names tend to be more frequently used than Cletis.