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Girl Names Starting with Cl-

Cl- baby names and what they mean, with 40 results. These girl names were at the height of their popularity a century ago (usage of 2.4%) and are now much less common (usage 0.7%, 71.1% less), with names like Clarissa becoming somewhat dated. Clementine (#819), Clare (#730) and Claire (#49) are three of the more trendy birth names in this list, while Clore (top 11%) and Clack (6%) are popular Cl- last names. Here is the list of Cl- names for boys.

Cl- names

Claire - Cleo | Cleone - Clytie

Claire - Cleo

Claire and variantsClaire1, var. Clair, Claireen, Clairene, Claireta, Clairey, Clairette, Clairice, Clairinda, Clairissa1, Clairy, Clairita, Clara1, Clarabel, Clarabelle1, Clarene, Clare1, Claresta, Clareta, Claretta1, Clari, Clarey, Claribel1, Claribella, Claribelle, Clarie1, Clarice1, Clarinda1, Clarine1, Clarisa1, Clarisse1, Clarissa1, Clarita1, Claritza1, Clarrie1, Clary, Clarry1, Claryce1, Clayre, Clayrette, Clayrinda, Clayrice, Clayrissa, Clerissa1, Cliara, Clorinda1
Origin fr. Latin. "Bright, famous." Popular as last names. Compare Claire (upper 15%) with common surnames Cesaire (upper 73%), Comire (68%), which also end with -ire.

Clara and variantsClara2, var. Claire2, Clarabelle2, Clarabeth, Clare2, Claretta2, Claretha, Claribel2, Clarice2, Clarie2, Clarinda2, Clarina, Clarine2, Clarissa2, Clarita2, Clarizza, Claritza2, Clarrie2, Clarry2
Root fr. Latin word. "Bright, famous." Clara and variants became more popular in 2015, gaining on average +4 rankings as girls' names with Clarissa leading the upswing.

Claramae, var. Claramay
Derivative of English. A compound form of Clara with .. Not in popularity charts.

Stems fr. Latin language. "Bright, famous." Popular as a children's name, Clare is similar to the familiar Clair. Also a boys' name.

From Latin language. "Bright, famous." Uncommon, with the feminine -tte suffix, like Collette. See also Claretha.

Derivative of Latin language. "Bright, famous and beautiful." Claribel is a conventional (top 48%) women's name. See also Claribelle.

Clarice and variantsClarice3, var. Claressa1, Claris1, Clarisa2, Clarise, Claryce2, Clarisse2, Clerissa2, Clerisse, Cleryce, Clerysse
From Latin language. "Fame." Adoption of Clerysse and forms was well-received among parents in the 1910s, but now, Clarisa has become less in vogue.

Clarimond, var. Claramond, Claramonda, Claramonde, Clarimunde
Origin fr. Latin, German words. "Shining defender." Scarce. Clarimond, Clarimunde, etc. are not found in the US Census.

Clarinda and variantsClarinda3, var. Clorinda2
From Latin language. "Bright, famous." Adoption of Clorinda and forms was common among parents a century ago.

Clarissa and variantsClarissa3, var. Clairesa, Clairessa, Clairissa2, Clara3, Clarecia, Clare4, Claresa, Claressa2, Clarica, Clarisa3, Claris2, Clarisse3, Clarissia, Clariza, Clarrisa, Clarrie3, Clarrissa, Clarry3, Clerissa3, Clorissa, Classie
Derived fr. Latin. "Most bright, most famous." Used frequently as girls' names, Classie, Clarissa, etc. are comparable to the common Cassie.

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Cl- names: Clair, Claire, Clara, Clarabelle, Clare

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Cl- names: Clarene, Claretha, Claretta, Claribel, Clarice

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Cl- names: Clarinda, Clarine, Claris, Clarisa, Clarissa

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Cl- names: Clarita, Classie, Claude, Claudette, Claudia

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Cl- names: Claudie, Claudine, Clem, Clemence, Clementina

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Cl- names: Clementine, Clemmie, Cleo, Clorinda

Derivative of French, Latin. "Lame." Less common today. Claudette was last recorded in the 1970s in the Top 2000.

Claudia and variantsClaudia, var. Claude, Claudee, Claudella, Claudelle, Claudette2, Claudetta, Claudex, Claudey, Claudiane, Claudina, Claudie, Claudine1, Claudy, Clodia
From Latin. "Lame." Claudia was among 2015's Top names.

Claudine and variantsClaudine2, var. Claudean
Stems fr. French, Latin languages. "Lame." Less popular today. Claudine was the variation last found (the 1970s) in the Top 2000.

Clea1, var. Claea
Source fr. Greek. "Glory." Clea and Claea were not among 2015's Top names.

Clelia, var. Cloelia
Derived fr. Greek language. "Fame." Scarce as baby names, but Clelia and Cloelia are similar to the more conventional Celia.

Clematis, var. Clematia, Clematice, Clematiss
Derivative of Greek. "Climbing plant." Clematis, Clematiss, etc. are not Top 2000 names.

Klementina and variantsClemence1, Clementine1
Forms of Klementina. Root fr. Latin element. "Mild, merciful." Adoption of Clementine and variants was expansive 125 years ago and has remained widespread.

Clemence and variantsClemence2, var. Cleamence, Clem1, Clemencia, Clemency1, Clementine2, Clementina1, Clemmie1
Source fr. Latin. "Mercy." Clementine has gained in popularity since 1950-1959.

Clementine3, var. Clem2, Clemence3, Clemency2, Clementia, Clementya, Clementina2, Clementyna, Clementyn, Clemmie2, Clemmy
From Latin. "Merciful." Usage of Clementine, Clementyna, etc. as birth names in 2015 was up 23.1% compared to a year ago.

Cleo and variantsCleo, var. Clea2, Clio
Derived fr. Greek. Short form of Clotilde and Cleopatra. Cleo, Clio, etc. became more trendy in 2015, gaining +220 positions as baby names with Cleo leading the rise.

Quick Reference

Summary Index of names [and variants] for Cl- names for girls.

1. Claire - Cleo
Claire [Clayre, Cliara, Clayrice, Clerissa, Clorinda, Clayrette, Clayrissa, Clayrinda, ..], Clara [Clarry, Clarine, Clarrie, Clarita, Clarinda, Claritza, Clarizza, Clarissa, ..], Claramae [Claramay], Clare, Clarette, Claribel, Clarice [Claryce, Clarise, Clarisa, Cleryce, Clarisse, Clerissa, Clerisse, Clerysse, ..], Clarimond [Claramond, Claramonda, Claramonde, Clarimunde], Clarinda [Clorinda], Clarissa [Clarry, Classie, Clariza, Clarrie, Clarrisa, Clorissa, Clerissa, Clarrissa, ..], Claudette, Claudia [Clodia, Claudy, Claudie, Claudex, Claudey, Claudina, Claudine, Claudiane, ..], Claudine [Claudean], Clea [Claea], Clelia [Cloelia], Clematis [Clematia, Clematice, Clematiss], Klementina [Clemence, Clementine], Clemence [Clem, Clemmie, Clemency, Cleamence, Clemencia, Clementina, Clementine], Clementine [Clemmy, Clemmie, Clemency, Clementya, Clementyn, Clementia, Clementyna, Clementina, ..], Cleo [Clea, Clio]

Cleone, Cleopatra [Clea, Cleo, Clio, Cleta, Cleone, Cleona, Cleonie], Cleta, Cleva, Cliantha [Cleantha, Cleanthe, Clianthe], Clio [Cleo], Cliona [Clio, Cleona, Cliodhna], Chloe [Clo, Cloe, Cloey, Clorinda], Clodagh, Colette [Cloette], Clorinda [Clora], Chloris [Cloris], Cloris, Clotilda [Clotilde, Clothilda, Clothilde], Cloudy, Clove, Clover [Clova], Cluny, Clymene, Clytie

Usage comparison for Cl- names