Clyde Meaning - Origin

Clyde Meaning - Origin

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Meaning of the name:

The name Clyde is also the name of a river near the city of Glasgow in Scotland. In the Celtic language, the name Clyde has its roots in the word "cluith" which means "loved and respected person".


Clyde Barrow was an American gangster who formed with Bonnie Parker a formidable duo of criminals.
Clyde Tombaugh was the American astronomer who discovered the planet Pluto.
Clyde Geronimi is an American director who has produced among others "The 101 Damaltians", "Alice in Wonderland" or "Cinderella".
Clyde Wells is a Canadian politician.
Clyde Drexler is a former NBA basketball player.

His character :

Clyde is an active boy. He has everything to succeed: self-control, creativity and the ability to put a lot of effort into his work. Clyde's first asset is an engaging physique that releases strength, vitality, will and control. Clyde can show a constructive spirit that is very useful in all areas.

Nevertheless, to succeed, he must make efforts by being disciplined, stubborn, perseverant and confident in his abilities. The support of his entourage is important so that Clyde can flourish easily. Once he shows discipline, order and sense of duty, nothing will stop him.


There is no derivative with the first name Clyde.

His party :

There is no party for people with the first name Clyde.

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