I like this name, especially its variant Clemency.
noisynora  1/24/2021
British-born meteorologist Clement Lindley Wragge started the convention of naming tropical cyclones and hurricanes while working in New Zealand in 1887. Ironically, his own name has yet to make an appearance on any name lists, but he surely deserves a shoutout!
― Anonymous User  11/12/2020
Very intelligent-sounding.
someone-  10/12/2020
Walter Clements from the meme, it's the surname but I assume you see where I'm coming from.
PatandMat  10/29/2019
Sounds a bit too much like a surname for me.
Sammel121  4/14/2019
Clement was a faithful Christian who fought side by side with the apostle Paul, presumably at Philippi, for the sake of “the good news.” (Philippians 4:3).
Lady_Skywalker  11/18/2018
I like this name for a man and Clementine for a woman. "Oh my darlin, oh my darlin, oh my darlin Clementine..."
― Anonymous User  9/12/2018
It's a very famous surname in Albania and Kosova. It is spelled KELMENDI and the origin goes back centuries. These days a lot of people have it as their surname but the majority use other surnames. Most recent famous person was late president Rugova and he was a Kelmendi. From my family tree within the last one hundred years only one family kept its surname Kelmendi. I and my two children we are in discussion to go back to the Kelmendi surname as we feel we are from the Kelmendi clan in Kosova.
Imri  2/19/2018
The name Clement was given to 44 boys born in the US in 2015.
HerculePoirot  6/20/2016
Clemont is a character in Pokémon the Series: XY. (His name is spelled this way to refer to a lemon battery as he is an inventor and specializes in Electric-type Pokémon.)
― Anonymous User  8/6/2014
Makes me think of cement.
blueeyesparkle  4/8/2013
I think of cement too.
Luvbug86  11/2/2016
Pope Clement VII and Pope Clement XIV.
― Anonymous User  1/31/2012
Clement Moore wrote the poem "A Visit from St. Nick," perhaps better known as "'Twas the Night Before Christmas."
humblebee  8/2/2011
Clement Hurd, illustrator of the children's book Goodnight Moon, among others, was a bearer of this name.
― Anonymous User  2/1/2011
Sir Clement Willoughby, a character from Frances Burney's novel "Evelina".
slyboots  11/22/2009
The eponym of Thomas Hardy's haunting tragedy "The Return of the Native" bears this name, though he's often referred to as Clym.
Wordsmith  6/24/2009
It makes me think of clementines, and it's really different (I've never heard of it before). But I guess it is ok.
Mrnda13  1/2/2008
The clementine is one of the most popular hybrids of the tangerine. It is the hybrid created in 1902 by the French Priest Clement Rodier. He obtained the hybrid crossing a tangerine with a sour orange.
iva_toneva  5/9/2006
Famous bearer is Clement Attlee, the Prime Minister of the United Kingdom from 1945 to 1951.
― Anonymous User  3/26/2006

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