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Meaning of the Name Clay

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

English: Clay Maker; Mortal
English: Immortal
Teutonic: Mortal
English: Of the Earth

Similar Names

Cal | Calah | Caley | Caly | Chal | Cleo | Coley | Cully | Cala | Clea |

Related Names

Barclay  (English)
Birch Valley; Birch Tree Meadow
Barclay  (Anglo Saxon)
From the Birch Meadow
Barclay  (English)
Meadow of the Birch Tree
Barclay  (Scottish)
The Scottish Spelling of the English Surname Barkeley, Meaning Birch-wood or the Birch Tree Meadow
Barcley  (English)
Variant of Barclay: Birch Valley; Birch Tree Meadow
Barklay  (English)
Variant of Barclay: Birch Valley; Birch Tree Meadow
Barkley  (English)
Variant of Barclay: Birch Valley; Birch Tree Meadow
Barklie  (English)
Variant of Barclay: Birch Valley; Birch Tree Meadow
Barrclay  (English)
Variant of Barclay: Birch Valley; Birch Tree Meadow
Berk  (Irish)
The Birch Tree Meadow. Also See Barclay and Burke
Berk  (English)
The Birch Tree Meadow. Also See Barclay and Burke
Berke  (English)
The Birch Tree Meadow. Also See Barclay and Burke
Berke  (Irish)
The Birch Tree Meadow. Also See Barclay and Burke
Berkeley  (Irish)
The Birch Tree Meadow. Also See Barclay and Burke
Berkley  (English)
The Birch Tree Meadow. Also See Barclay and Burke
Berkley  (Irish)
The Birch Tree Meadow. Also See Barclay and Burke
Cheauka  (Native American)
Hopi Name Meaning Clay
Claegborne  (English)
From the Clay Brook
Claiborn  (English)
From the Clay Brook
Claiborne  (English)
Variant of Clayborne: Stream by a Clay Bed
Claude  (Latin)
Man of Clay, Mortal, Lame
Clayborne  (English)
From the Clay Brook
Claybourne  (English)
From the Clay Brook
Claybourne  (Teutonic)
Mortal
Clayburn  (English)
From the Clay Brook
Clayhorn  (Teutonic)
Mortal
Clayland  (English)
From the Name Clayton
Clayten  (English)
Variant of Clayton: Town by a Clay Bed
Claytin  (English)
Variant of Clayton: Town by a Clay Bed
Clayton  (English)
Derived from a Surname and Place Name, Based on the Old English 'Claeg' Meaning Clay and 'Tun' Meaning Settlement. Also, Mortal
Clayton  (Teutonic)
From the Town of the Clay Bed, Clay Farm
Clayton  (Teutonic)
From the Town on the Clay Bed
Clayton  (English)
Town on Clay Land
Hamor  (Biblical)
An Ass, Clay, Dirt
Sinai  (Hebrew)
From the Clay Desert

Additional Names

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