Clarice

a variant of Clarissa.

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  • Clarice — is a given name of Latin and Greek origin. The Clarice spelling is the Germanic variant of the Latin Clarus (bright, clear, famous) and the Greek Clarissa (brilliant). It may refer to: Clarice Vance, American actress Clarice Tinsley, American… …   Wikipedia

  • Clarice — f English: medieval English and French form of the Latin name Claritia. This seems to have meant ‘fame’ (an abstract derivative of clārus famous), but it may simply have been an arbitrary elaboration of CLARA (SEE Clara). It was borne by a… …   First names dictionary

  • Clarice — [klar′is, klə rēs΄] n. [Fr Clarisse] a feminine name: see CLARA …   English World dictionary

  • Clarice — /klar is, kleuh rees /; Fr. /klann rddees /, n. a female given name, form of Clara. * * * …   Universalium

  • Clarice — englische Form von Clarissa, einer Weiterbildung von → Clara (Bedeutung: die Helle, Leuchtende) …   Deutsch namen

  • Clarice — Provenance. Vient du latin clarissimus Signifie le plus illustre Se fête le 12 août. Histoire. Sainte Clarisse est la fondatrice et la première abbesse d un monastère construit à Saint Mont, dans les Vosges, vers la fin du VIème siècle, peu de… …   Dictionnaire des prénoms français, arabes et bretons

  • Clarice — /klar is, kleuh rees /; Fr. /klann rddees /, n. a female given name, form of Clara …   Useful english dictionary

  • Clarice Cliff — (20 January 1899 23 October 1972) was an English ceramic industrial artist active from 1922 to 1963. Cliff was born in Tunstall, Stoke on Trent, England. Contents 1 Early life 2 See also 3 References …   Wikipedia

  • Clarice Lispector — Born Chaya Pinkhasovna Lispector December 10, 1920(1920 12 10) Chechelnyk, Ukrainian People s Republic Died December 9, 1977(1977 12 09) (aged 56) Rio de Janeiro, Brazil Pen name Helen Palmer, Tereza Q …   Wikipedia

  • Clarice Orsini — (* 1453 in Rom; † 30. Juli 1488 in Florenz) aus dem Haus Orsini war seit 1468 die Gattin von Lorenzo I. de’ Medici, der von 1469 bis 1492 als Stadtherr in Florenz herrschte. Ihre gemeinsamen Söhne waren Piero der Unglückliche, von 1492 bis 1494… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

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