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Meaning of the Name Cliff

70 names found for "Cliff"   (page 1 of 2) 

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The first name Cliff is of English origin. It is often a boy name. It has the following meaning(s):

English: From the Name Clifford
English: Diminutive of Clifford: River Ford Near a Cliff

Similar Names

Clive | Clyff |

Related Names

Airdsgainne  (Gaelic)
From the Height of the Cliff
Albion  (Celtic)
White Cliffs. Ancient Poetic Name for Britain
Cinnfhail  (Gaelic)
From the Head of the Cliff
Cleavon  (African American)
Cliff
Cleavon  (English)
Cliff
Cleon  (English)
From the Cliff
Cleva  (English)
Dwells at the Cliffs
Cleve  (English)
Cliffs. Abbreviation of Cleveland
Cleveland  (English)
From the Cliff Land
Cleveland  (English)
Land of High Cliffs
Clevon  (English)
From the Cliff
Clevon  (African American)
Variant of Cleavon: Cliff
Clifford  (English)
Ford Near a Slope. from an Old English Surname and Place Name, Used Commonly As a First Name Since the Late Th Century. Famous Bearer: Pianist Sir Clifford Curzon
Clifford  (Latin)
Origin Obscure, Reserved, Unimaginative, Kind, Faithful
Clifford  (Anglo Saxon)
The Ford Near the Cliff (Cliff)
Clifford  (Shakespearean)
'Henry Vi, Part ' Lord Clifford. Also Young Clifford, Son to Lord Clifford. 'King Henry the Sixth, Part Iii' Lord Clifford
Clifford  (English)
From a Steep Cliff
Cliffton  (English)
From the Farm Near the Cliff
Clifland  (English)
From the Cliff Land
Clift  (English)
Diminutive of Clifton: from the Town Near a Cliff
Clifton  (English)
From a Town Near a Cliff
Clifton  (English)
Settlement on a Cliff. from an Old English Surname and Place Name, Used Only Occasionally As a First Name
Cliftun  (English)
From the Farm Near the Cliff
Clive  (English)
Cliff. Lives at the Cliffs. from an English Surname and Place Name. Famous Bearer Th Century British Soldier and Statesman Robert Clive Was Known As 'Clive of India'.Lives at the Cliffs
Clive  (English)
Cliff Dweller
Clyff  (English)
Diminutive of Clifford: River Ford Near a Cliff
Clyfford  (English)
Variant of Clifford: River Ford Near a Cliff
Clyffton  (English)
From the Farm Near the Cliff
Clyfland  (English)
From the Cliff Land
Clyford  (English)
Cliff-side Ford
Clyfton  (English)
Variant of Clifton: from the Town Near a Cliff
Clyftun  (English)
From the Farm Near the Cliff
Clyve  (English)
Lives at the Cliffs
Dohasan  (Native American)
Kiowa Name Meaning Cliff
Dohate  (Native American)
Variant of Dohasan: Kiowa Name Meaning Cliff
Dohosan  (Native American)
Variant of Dohasan: Kiowa Name Meaning Cliff
Erskina  (Scottish)
From the Top of the Cliff
Erskine  (Scottish)
From the Top of the Cliff 'Ascending.'
Hanley  (English)
Meadow on the Cliff
Heathcliff  (English)
From the Heath Cliff
Heathclyf  (English)
From the Heath Cliff
Hetheclif  (English)
From the Heath Cliff
Kin  (Scottish)
From the Top of the Cliff
Kinnell  (Gaelic)
From the Head of the Cliff
Kinny  (Scottish)
From the Top of the Cliff
Kleavon  (African American)
Variant of Cleavon: Cliff
Kleef  (English)
From the Cliff
Klevon  (African American)
Variant of Cleavon: Cliff
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