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Clyde

Clyde is an English male name of uncertain etymology. It derives from the River Clyde in Scotland though it could be derived from a Celtic word meaning “cleansing”. It may also have gotten its name from the name of a Celtic goddess, Clota, who ruled over the River Clyde in Scotland.

Origin: uncertain, perhaps Celtic

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Variants:

  • Klyde (English)

 

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