This is a french name.
a light skin (in the sense of "fair complexion") is 'peau claire' in French.
"Clerestory" (part of a cathedral or large church building) in French is "la claire-voie."
Eau Claire is French for "clear water."
The orgin if the name Claire is Latin and French.
Claire means clear or bright in French.
Claire is French and it means "bright".
Claire Asselin has written: 'Negation in French'
simple - ordinaire - claire No its plaine just add the e and say plane i mean plan e the E is like a
The adjective clair / claire means 'clear' in French. "Le clair (noun) de lune" means "moonlight" (this is often misspelled as "claire de lune")
Claire Elmquist has written: 'Rousseau' -- subject(s): Authors, French, Biography, Family, French Authors
It's the same as in English - Claire.
C'est Clair - it's evident - l'eau Claire - clean/clear water - Claire is also a girl's name
Rosine Claire has written: 'The new French gourmet vegetarian cookbook' -- subject(s): French Cookery, Vegetarian cookery
My name is Marie Claire. Lit. I call myself Marie Claire. Marie-Claire ( always hyphenated) is a popular French women"s fashion magazine,
'clair de lune' means 'moonlight' in French.
Claire is light in french so i Hebrew it would be Or (male) Ora (female)
Claire or Clare is of French and Latin origin meaning clear and/or clarity. I hope I helped! :)
You say Claire saa A:n. Pronounced Claire, saa (almost like saying saw, or saying Saab), A:n is pronounced aan, with a long a.
Claire in Swedish is pronounced exactly the same way as in English.
Claire is a French name, originally Latin, with the meaning "famous". Variants include Clara and Clare.
Claire Hildegard Burger has written: 'La France, d'hier et d'aujourd'hui' -- subject(s): French Short stories, French language, Readers
Claire = ×§×œ×™×™×¨ (pronounced "claire") Claire's = ×©×œ ×§×œ×™×™×¨ (pronounced "shel claire")
"Claire" (It would be the same). A Κλέρυ (Kleri). It isn't a greek name but is sometimes used.
Clair de Lune is French for "Moonlight".