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901 Claennis Anglo-Saxon Purity. F
902 Clair French Bright. F
903 Claire French Clear, bright. A variant of the English Clara. Famous bearer: British actress Claire Bloom. F
904 Claire Latin Variant of Clara: From the feminine form of the Latin adjective 'clarus' meaning bright or clear. Also distinguished. Famous bearer: Twelfth century St Clare (or Clara) of Assisi founded the Poor Clares order of nuns. F
905 Clan'bella Latin Shining. F
906 Clara French Bright. F
907 Clara Latin From the feminine form of the Latin adjective 'clarus' meaning bright or clear. Also distinguished. Famous bearer: Twelfth century St Clare (or Clara) of Assisi founded the Poor Clares order of nuns. F
908 Clarahelle Latin Shining. F
909 Clare English A variant of Clara. St Clare (or Clara) of Assisi founded the Poor Clares order of nuns in the early 12th century. F

910 Clare French Bright. F
911 Clare Latin Variant of Clara: From the feminine form of the Latin adjective 'clarus' meaning bright or clear. Also distinguished. Famous bearer: Twelfth century St Clare (or Clara) of Assisi founded the Poor Clares order of nuns. F
912 Claressa English Variant of Claire or Clarice. Bright; shining and gentle; famous. F
913 Claresta English Brilliant. F
914 Clareta Latin Clarity or distinguished. F
915 Clareta Spanish Brilliant. F
916 Clarette French Clear. F
917 Claribel English A variant of the Latin Clara, meaning bright or clear. F
918 Claribel French Bright. F
919 Claribel Latin Variant of Clara: From the feminine form of the Latin adjective 'clarus' meaning bright or clear. Also distinguished. Famous bearer: Twelfth century St Clare (or Clara) of Assisi founded the Poor Clares order of nuns. F
920 Claribelle Latin Shining. F