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Meaning of the Name Clara

The first name Clara is of Latin, English, French origin. It is often a girl name. It has the following meaning(s):

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
Latin: Clear, Bright
Latin: Clear (Claire, Clarice, Clarissa, Clairette, Clarinda)
English: Bright, Clear. Variations: Clare. Pet Name: Clarrie. (Klar-ah)
French: Bright

Similar Names

Clair | Claire | Clare | Clarey | Cleary | Cliry | Cloria |

Related Names

Claire  (French)
Clear, Bright. A Variant of the English Clara. Famous Bearer: British Actress Claire Bloom
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 Clar
Clarahelle  (Latin)
Shining
Claral  (French)
Clear, Bright
Clarance  (English)
Variant of Clarence: Clear
Clare  (English)
A Variant of Clara. St Clare (Or Clara) of Assisi Founded the Poor Clares Order of Nuns in the Early Th Century
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 Clar
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 Clar
Claribel  (English)
A Variant of the Latin Clara, Meaning Bright or Clear
Clarice  (Latin)
Variant of Clara: from the Feminine Form of the Latin Adjective 'Clarus' Meaning Bright or Clear. Also Distinguished
Clarice  (English)
A Variant of the Latin Clara, Meaning Bright or Clear. Also a Variant of Claire or Clarice. Bright; Shining and Gentle; Famous
Clarinda  (English)
A Variant of Clara. The Name Clarinda Appears in Spenser's Th Century Poem 'The Faerie Queene'
Clarinda  (Latin)
Variant of Clara: from the Feminine Form of the Latin Adjective 'Clarus' Meaning Bright or Clear. Also Distinguished
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
Clarissa  (English)
Bright, Clear, Famous; an Elaboration of Clara. Also Used to Anglicize Gaelic Caitir. Variations: Clarisa. (Klah-rih-sah)
Izhaar  (Muslim)
Variant of Izhar: Revelation. Declaration
Izhar  (Muslim)
Revelation. Declaration
Sorcha  (Scottish)
Bright; Anglicization:Sarah (Princess), Clara (Famous, Clear, Bright). (Sor-ah)

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