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Clovis Sangrail is a character in many of Saki's short stories. He is of a decidedly mischievous disposition.
Kosta  5/16/2007
I think this name is extremely underused. It is refreshingly off the beaten track.
Kosta  5/16/2007
This is a terrific name. It suggests to me a mischievious, humorous, clever person who can get into a lot of unpleasant situations but can just as easily get out of them. It sounds a little like "clover" to me, but that wouldn't stop me from using it. I love this name.
Pippin  4/6/2008
Such a lovely name, very masculine but gentle sounding too. Clovis would make a wonderful name for a little boy or a grown man, unlike a lot of names used now that sound childish.
― Anonymous User  1/12/2009
Clovis points are thin, fluted projectile points that date to the Paleoindian period around 13, 500 years ago (as of 2011) and are associated with the North American Clovis culture. The Clovis points are named for Clovis, New Mexico, where they were first discovered in 1929.
Meapergirl  8/12/2011
My history book said the king pronounced it clo-vee.
― Anonymous User  1/28/2013
Clo-vee-ss actually. So the entry is right.
Historical name. Given to poor kids nowadays for reasons I can't fathom, since it really is a historical name.
luxsword  4/28/2014
This name is one of my favourite ones. I saw it for first time in one of Rick Riordan's books, named The Lost Hero. His Clovis is son of Hipnos. Also I am writing books and one of the main characters in one of them is named Clovis (he is emo).
ava1999  1/5/2016
I doubt that this will be a popular opinion, but this is one exclusively masculine name that I think could be used for girls as well... It's much softer and sweeter than a lot of other male names.
ThatOneAuthorGirl  5/18/2017

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