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Girl Names Starting with Cla-
Cla- baby names and what they mean, with 14 results. These girl names were at the peak of their popularity 135 years ago (adoption of 2.3%) and have become significantly less widespread since (adoption 0.7%, down 71%), with names such as Clara becoming less trendy. Claire (#49) and Clare (#730) are two of the more contemporarily stylish birth names among these, while Clavel (top 22%) and Clague (33%) are familiar Cla- last names. Here is the list of Cla- names for boys.
Claea - ClaudineClaea
Var. of Clea. Source fr. Greek word. "Glory." Uncommon, but Claea is similar to common -ea surnames Callea (top 62%), Cayea (45%). See also Cleo.Claire1▲, var. Clair, Claireen, Clairene, Claireta, Clairette, Clairice, Clairey, Clairinda, Clairissa1, Clairita, Clairy, Clarabel, Clara1▼, Clarabelle1, Clare1▲, Clarene, Claresta, Claretta1, Clareta, Clarey, Clari, Claribel1, Claribella, Clarice1▼, Claribelle, Clarie1, Clarinda1, Clarine1, Clarisa1▼, Clarisse1, Clarissa1▼, Clarita1, Claritza1, Clarrie1, Clarry1, Claryce1, Clary, Clayre, Clayrette, Clayrice, Clayrinda, Clayrissa
Based on Latin. "Bright, famous." Clara, Clarice, Clarisa and Clarissa have diminished in popularity as children's names circa 1880-1889.Clara2▼, var. Claire2▲, Clarabelle2, Clarabeth, Clare2▲, Claretha, Claribel2, Claretta2, Clarice2▼, Clarie2, Clarina, Clarinda2, Clarissa2▼, Clarine2, Clarita2, Claritza2, Clarizza, Clarrie2, Clarry2
Derivative of Latin. "Bright, famous." Clara and variants became more popular in 2015, rising on average +4 rankings as children's names with Clarissa gaining the most.Claramae, var. Claramay
Based on English word. A compound form of Clara with .. Not in Top 2000.Clare3▲
Source fr. Latin word. "Bright, famous." Adoption of Clare as a children's name in 2015 was up 12.2% compared to 10 years ago. Cross-gender use.Clarette
Root fr. Latin element. "Bright, famous." Uncommon as a girls' name, but Clarette is similar to the more conventional Claretta. See also Claretha.Claribel3
From Latin language. "Bright, famous and beautiful." Less common today. Claribel was last listed in 1992 in the Top 2000. See also Claribelle.Clarice3▼, var. Claressa1, Claris1, Clarisa2▼, Clarise, Clarisse2, Claryce2
Derivative of Latin element. "Fame." Clarice and Clarisa have fallen off in popularity as birth names since 1920-1929.Clarimond, var. Claramond, Claramonda, Claramonde, Clarimunde
Source fr. Latin, German elements. "Shining defender." Outside Top 2000.Clarinda3
Derivative of Latin language. "Bright, famous." Used somewhat widely as a girls' name, Clarinda is comparable to the conventional Clarine.
Origin fr. Latin language. "Most bright, most famous." Popular as children's names, Clara, Clarissa, etc. are comparable to the conventional Chara.Claudette1▼
Root fr. French, Latin elements. "Lame." Claudette is recognizable (top 15%) as a first name. See also Claudetta.Claudia▼, var. Claude, Claudee, Claudella, Claudelle, Claudetta, Claudex, Claudette2▼, Claudey, Claudiane, Claudie▼, Claudina, Claudy, Claudine1▼
Derived fr. Latin language. "Lame." Usage of Claudia and variants as children's names in 2015 was 67.5% less than a decade ago.Claudine2▼, var. Claudean
Derivative of French, Latin. "Lame." Claudine is a recognizable (upper 20%) given name, while Claudean is scantly used.
Summary Index of names [and variants] for Cla- names for girls.1. Claea - Claudine
Clea [Claea], Claire▲ [Clary, Clarry, Clayre, Claryce, Clayrice, Clayrette, Clayrinda, Clayrissa, ..], Clara▼ [Clarry, Clarine, Clarrie, Clarita, Clarinda, Claritza, Clarizza, Clarissa▼, ..], Claramae [Claramay], Clare▲, Clarette, Claribel, Clarice▼ [Claris, Clarisa▼, Clarise, Claryce, Claressa, Clarisse], Clarimond [Claramond, Claramonda, Claramonde, Clarimunde], Clarinda, Clarissa▼ [Clarry, Classie, Clariza, Clarrie, Clarisse, Clarrisa, Clarrissa, Clarissia, ..], Claudette▼, Claudia▼ [Claudy, Claudey, Claudex, Claudie▼, Claudine▼, Claudina, Claudette▼, Claudiane, ..], Claudine▼ [Claudean]