Klement meaning and origin
The boy name Klement means "Gentleness or Merciful", used mainly in English, Polish, Czech, Swedish, Slavic, Norwegian, Old Danish, Old Norse, Finnish and Danish has its origin in Latin language. Klement is a variant of ever lasting and well-known Clement. Clement is variant form of persistent and acclaimed Clemens. Clement is form of Clemens in English language. Clement's meaning is The Merciful and The Gentle came from Latin.
Variants of KlementNames that rhyme with Klement
Popularity of Klement
Klement is an uncommon baby name in France still in use today. Klement is a common name in India while somewhat familiar name in Slovakia, Albania, Germany, Czech Republic and Austria. At least, 3000 people around the globe have been given the name as per our evaluation.
Klement in Nordic countries
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Numerological aspects of Klement
You prefer to keep your feelings to yourself. Your decision to keep fighting for things even when they're falling apart sometimes ruins self-confidence. Hidden feelings inside you explodes from time to time and results in a negative outcome. Achieving inner peace and harmony in life is what's most important to you. You are co-operative, caring and courteous individual. You can hardly resist a temptation, a trait which affects your relationships in a negative way.
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Namesakes of Klement
- Klement Gottwald, Czechoslovak Communist politician
- Klement Slavický, Czech composer of modern classical music
- Klement Steinmetz, Austrian football player