Meaning & History
Possibly from a medieval French form of Claritia
, a derivative of CLARA
. It was brought to England in the Middle Ages.
OTHER LANGUAGES: Clara (Catalan), Klara (Croatian), Klára (Czech), Klara (Danish), Claire, Clarisse (French), Clara, Klara (German), Klára (Hungarian), Chiara, Clara, Clarissa, Chiarina, Claretta (Italian), Clara, Claritia (Late Roman), Klāra (Latvian), Klara (Norwegian), Klara (Polish), Clara, Clarissa (Portuguese), Clara (Romanian), Klara (Russian), Klára (Slovak), Klara (Slovene), Clara, Clarisa (Spanish), Klara (Swedish), Klara (Ukrainian)
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