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341 Cira Italian Sun. Variant of Cyril. F
342 Cira Spanish Variant of Cyril. F
343 Cirilla English Mistress; lady. Feminine of Cyril. F
344 Clan'bella Latin Shining. F
345 Clara French Bright. F
346 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
347 Claressa English Variant of Claire or Clarice. Bright; shining and gentle; famous. F
348 Claresta English Brilliant. F
349 Clareta Latin Clarity or distinguished. F

350 Clareta Spanish Brilliant. F
351 Clarimonda German Brilliant protectress. F
352 Clarinda English A variant of Clara. The name Clarinda appears in Spenser's 16th century poem 'The Faerie Queene'. F
353 Clarinda French Bright. F
354 Clarinda Latin Variant of Clara: From the feminine form of the Latin adjective 'clarus' meaning bright or clear. Also distinguished. F
355 Clarinda Spanish Beautiful. F
356 Clarisa Spanish Bright; shining and gentle; famous. F
357 Clarissa English Variant of Clarice: A variant of the Latin Clara, meaning bright or clear. also a variant of Claire or Clarice. Bright; shining and gentle; famous. F
358 Clarissa Italian Clear. F
359 Clarissa Latin The Latinized form of the English Clarice, meaning famous. Famous bearer: Samuel Richardson's 18th century novel 'Clarissa Harlowe'. F
360 Clarissa Spanish Clear. F