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I think it merits mentioning that a modern American cultural icon, Superman, also bears this name.
-- Iuvenis Scriptor  6/3/2005
Clark is also the human name of the fictional character Kal-El, or known simply by Superman.
-- ctjj.stevenson  1/14/2006
Clark Kent (Superman) was given this name because came to the world to teach, just like Jesus. Superman was based on the bible, the story of Jesus on earth.
-- stella.sanches  8/2/2006
Clark is the name of that guy in Smallville. Isn't he?
-- Akito  5/24/2008
I like that Clark means "scholar" because I have put a high emphasis on education in my home. When my friend found out we were naming our son Clark, she said it was a nerd's name, but that nerds make good husbands. The Clarks I have known of were hardly nerds though. Clark Kent was Superman, Clark Gable a movie star, and my own very handsome and wonderful grandfather (who was also a wonderful husband to my grandmother) was a Clark and is my son's namesake. Donny Osmond's name happens to be Donald Clark Osmond, and he also was named after Clark Alexander Mickelson, the wonderful grandfather I mentioned above.
-- laurawinkler  12/30/2005
HOT name!
-- Anonymous User  6/22/2006
There is a book titled "Love Comes Softly" (authored by Janette Oke) in which the character Clark Davis is the most WONDERFUL husband a girl could ask for! So sweet, so strong, and so smart! Based on that book, I love this name.
-- Anonymous User  7/12/2006
Clark is a pretty good name for a boy. It sounds smart and handsome.
-- Anonymous User  10/11/2006
Clark Baechle is from the band The Faint.
-- Anonymous User  11/11/2006
"William Clark was an explorer of the west of North America. Another famous bearer was the American actor Clark Gable."

Clark Gables actual name is "William Clark Gable" and I have heard that William Clark didn't actually have a middle name. But I'm not sure about that.
-- Anonymous User  11/22/2006
Clark Howard hosts a radio talk show where he gives people financial advice. He helps a lot of people avoid scams.
-- YMPvt  3/17/2007
Clark is a proud name.
-- Anonymous User  4/25/2007
Sounds a bit old and stale in modern times, but I still like it. It's an old family name of mine (of most people with English ancestry at some point, probably---I see it EVERYWHERE in people's badly researched medieval family trees, it was a common surname), and I do like it, but there's something about it that I don't like, at the same time.
-- Anonymous User  6/8/2007
I've seen it spelled "Clarke" as well.
-- emoly93  6/9/2007
Taylor Hanson and his wife Natalie Bryant have a son Clarke, was born 3 April 2007 in Tulsa, Oklahoma.
-- Karcoolka  6/27/2007
My name is Clark and my middle name is Maynard. I'm a female. I think it's original for a girl to be named Clark. I usually go by the name Clarkie to make it sound more feminine. I'm very proud of my name.
-- Clarkie Maynard  12/4/2009
Sounds a little pretentious, as sometimes happens when popular surnames are turned into first names. But pop culture has done a lot to swank it up with movie stars and superheros. I think it would be a great middle name for a boy or girl. Mixed feelings about using it as a first name, though.
-- JW41926  3/24/2011
This name definitely has something. I like it.
First thing that comes to mind when hearing this name is Clark Gable.
-- StarlessNight  10/16/2012
Interesting first name. I wouldn't mind meeting someone with this name, but I wouldn't use it. It's definitely unique though, but not too weird or uncommon.
-- Oohvintage  1/13/2013
Clark Gregg, an American actor.
-- Lilly-Elise  4/20/2013

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