Clarence meaning and origin

Gender: Unisex, both Boy and Girl
Origin: English, Latin and Celtic
Usage: English, German, Finnish, Swedish, Danish and Norwegian
Pronunciation: \"pronunciation
Meaning: Clear, Luminous, Famous, One who Lives Near the River Clare, Bright, Name of a Place and Plain
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Predominant and Ever lasting unisex name Clarence means "Clear, Luminous, Famous, One who Lives Near the River Clare, Bright, Name of a Place or Plain" has its origin in Latin, Celtic and English is used mostly in Finnish, German, Swedish, Danish, English and Norwegian. Clarence is resulted from Clair. Clair is diminutive of Clarence. Used prevalently in English and French persistent and well-known, Clair, Clair means "Bright and Diminutive of Clarence" has origin in Latin and English. It is celebrated on November 8th.

Variants of Clarence

Clarance, Clarin, Clareen

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Popularity of Clarence

Clarence is a very popular in United States where over 304462 new-borns have been given the name since 1880. Recently the moniker is on a rise, in 1885, the moniker grabbed the 17th spot and 7332 baby boys were given the name. Additionally, the name has been in the top 50 baby names an astonishing 56 times Clarence used to be a common name in France, first appeared in 1947 and over 2595 babies have been given the name in 114 years. When at its peak in 2006,. However after 114 years, the name is currently sliding down on the charts.

Clarence is an uncommon baby name in England and Wales where it has been in use since 1996 and achieved its top ranking of 1545 in 2006. Over 110 people have been named Clarence in England and Wales. But Clarence is a popular baby name in Canada where every 1 in 3000 have the name as well as in, Philippines and Jamaica. According to our findings, over 300000 babies have been named Clarence globally.

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Clarence in Nordic countries

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Numerological aspects of Clarence

Expression number 7 reveals your disrespect for people who gossip, lie and have no special purpose in life. You want to achieve a great success and accomplish your dreams in order to prove yourself you can do it. You hate waking up at the same time in the morning if you don't have to. You easily adapt to new environments and want to hang around with new people. You are dominant in your circle of friends.

Other names liked by would be parents that are similar to Clarence

  •  Malone largely is used in English is of Celtic origin is given to both sexes. Malone is Irish cognate of Ó Maoil Eoin meaning 'descendenta followerSaint John'
  •  Cain - Trendy Celtic and Hebrew Cain bestowed upon baby boys and is used specifically in Welsh and English, meaning of Cain is "Archaic, The Crop Grower or Craftsman"
  •  Yeltaz - Yeltaz's meaning is Hair is originated from Celtic
  •  Darragh - Darragh's meaning is Loved, Fertile or Dear is used as a gender insensitive name has its roots in Celtic, English and Old Irish is dominantly used in Swedish, Finnish and Irish
  •  Kaeden - Widespread unisex name Kaeden means "Son of Cadán" that originated from Old Irish and Arabic is primarily used in English
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Namesakes of Clarence

    Clarence Barlow, composer of classical and electroacoustic works
  • Clarence Jordan, founder of Koinonia Farm
  • Clarence Joseph Bulliet, American art critic and author
  • Clarence Holiday, American musician
  • Clarence Saunders, American grocer
  • Clarence F. Leary, officer
  • Clarence Baker, politician in Manitoba, Canada
  • Clarence Barnhart, American lexicographer best
  • Clarence E. Vammen Jr., Clarence Earl Vammen Jr
  • Clarence Berry, businessman and successful gold miner
  • Clarence John Laughlin, American photographer best
  • Clarence Brandley, American man
  • Clarence Öfwerman, born 22 November 1957
  • Clarence Lexow, member of the New York Senate from 1894 to 1898
  • Clarence Kelly, traditional Catholic bishop
  • Clarence Lucas, Canadian composer, lyricist, conductor
  • Clarence Gamble, heir of the Procter and Gamble soap company fortune
  • Clarence F. Stephens, ninth African American to receive a Ph
  • Clarence Lee Swartz, American individualist anarchist
  • Clarence Eddy, United States organist and composer
  • Clarence Hutchenrider, American jazz clarinetist born in Waco, Texas
  • Clarence P. Dahl, North Dakota politician with the Republican Party
  • Clarence C. Walton, 10th president of The Catholic University of America and the first layman to hold the position
  • Clarence Abiathar Waldo, American mathematician
  • Clarence Buckman, a Representative
  • Clarence Dayton Hillman, prominent businessman and real estate developer
  • Clarence Ross, bodybuilder from the United States
  • Clarence C. Moore, engineer and minister at Radio Station HCJB with primary transmitters
  • Clarence Moberly, Canadian civil engineer
  • Clarence E. Gauss, American diplomat
  • Clarence Fines, Canadian politician, teacher and union leader
  • Clarence Holbrook Carter, American artist
  • Clarence Lieder, mechanic and armorer for Chicago's underworld and Depression-era criminals
  • Clarence Reginald Dalby, third illustrator of the Railway Series by W.V. Awdry and a Royal Air Force intelligence officer during the Second World War
  • Clarence Lorenzo Simpson, politician in Liberia
  • Clarence Harrison, was wrongly convicted in 1987 for the kidnapping
  • Clarence MacGregor, Republican member of the United States House of Representatives
  • Clarence Newton, Canadian lightweight boxer
  • Clarence Bloomfield Moore, American archaeologist and writer
  • Clarence Profit, jazz pianist and composer associated with swing
  • Clarence Oldfield, South African athlete
  • Clarence E. Kilburn, Republican member of the United States House of Representatives
  • Clarence B. Miller, U.S. Representative from Minnesota
  • Clarence Seay, jazz bassist and composer
  • Clarence von Rosen, Swedish athlete, military officer
  • Clarence Irving Lewis, American academic philosopher and the founder of conceptual pragmatism
  • Clarence Richard Silva, bishop of the Roman Catholic Church
  • Clarence Dutton, American geologist and US Army officer
  • Clarence Paul Oliver, American geneticist
  • Clarence Chant, Canadian astronomer and physicist
  • Clarence Brown, American film director
  • Clarence Williams, American jazz pianist, composer, promoter
  • Clarence Nash, American voice actor
  • Clarence Darrow, American lawyer
  • Clarence Clemons, Clarence Anicholas Clemons Jr

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