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1041 Clayhorn Teutonic Mortal. M
1042 Clayten English Variant of Clayton: Town by a clay bed. M
1043 Claytin English Variant of Clayton: Town by a clay bed. M
1044 Clayton English Derived from a surname and place name, based on the Old English 'claeg' meaning clay and 'tun' meaning settlement. Also, mortal. M
1045 Clayton Teutonic From the town on the clay bed. M
1046 Cleary Gaelic Scholar. M
1047 Cleary Irish Educated. M
1048 Cleavon African-American Cliff. M
1049 Cleavon English Cliff. M

1050 Cledwyn Welsh Rough; blessed. M
1051 Cleirach Gaelic Scholar. M
1052 Cleit Scottish Rocky eminence. M
1053 Clem English Diminutive of Clement: Gentle. Famous Bearer: Clement Moore, writer of 'Twas the Night Before Christmas'. M
1054 Clem Latin Diminutive of Clement. Also from 'clemens' meaning mild or merciful. M
1055 Cleme English Diminutive of Clement: Gentle. Famous Bearer: Clement Moore, writer of 'Twas the Night Before Christmas'. M
1056 Clemen English Variant of Clement: Gentle. Famous Bearer: Clement Moore, writer of 'Twas the Night Before Christmas'. M
1057 Clemence Latin Merciful. M
1058 Clemens Danish Clemency; mercy. M
1059 Clemens English Variant of Clement: Gentle. Famous Bearer: Clement Moore, writer of 'Twas the Night Before Christmas'. M
1060 Clement Biblical Mild; good; merciful M