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221 Claudelle English Feminine of Claude. F
222 Claudelle German Feminine of Claude. F
223 Claudette English Feminine of Claude. F
224 Claudette French A feminine form of Claud, a variant of the Latin Claudium meaning lame. Famous bearer: French-born American actress Claudette Colbert. F
225 Claudette German Feminine of Claude. F
226 Claudine English Feminine of Claude. F
227 Claudine French A feminine form of Claud, a variant of the Latin Claudius meaning lame. Famous bearer: Claudine was the heroine of a series of novels by 20th-century French author Colette. Lame. F
228 Claudine German Feminine of Claude. F
229 Clemence English Variant of Clementia used as a virtue name by the Puritans, associated with the abstract virtue of clemency. F

230 Clemence French Clemency; mercy. Clemence was the mythological Roman goddess of pity. F
231 Clemence Latin Variant of Clementia: Mildness, clemency, mercy. Famous bearer: Clemence was the mythological Roman goddess of pity. F
232 Clementine French Variant of Clemence meaning clemency, mercy. F
233 Clementine German Feminine form of the Latin Clement. Famous bearers of the name Clementine: the heroine of the well-known folk song 'Clementine' and the Sir Winston Churchill's wife. F
234 Clementine Latin Feminine form of Clement: From 'clemens' meaning mild or merciful. F
235 Cleone Greek The mythological daughter of a river god. F
236 Cleonie Irish From the Greek Cleone: daughter of a river god. F
237 Clianthe Greek Glory. F
238 Clotilde German Heroine. F
239 Clotilde Teutonic Renowned for war. F
240 Clymene Greek Mother of Atalanta. F