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Princeton's WordNet

  1. clement(adj)

    (of weather or climate) physically mild

    "clement weather"

  2. clement(adj)

    (used of persons or behavior) inclined to show mercy

    "a more clement judge reduced the sentence"

Wiktionary

  1. clement(Adjective)

    Lenient or merciful; charitable.

    Etymology: From Late Clemens (genitive Clementis), name of early saints and popes, from clemens.

  2. clement(Adjective)

    Said of weather and similar circumstances that are mild.

    Etymology: From Late Clemens (genitive Clementis), name of early saints and popes, from clemens.

  3. Clement(ProperNoun)

    A male given name from Latin, borne by an early pope and by several saints.

    Etymology: From Late Latin Clēmens (genitive Clēmentis), name of early saints and popes, from clēmens ("merciful") .

  4. Clement(ProperNoun)

    A surname.

    Etymology: From Late Latin Clēmens (genitive Clēmentis), name of early saints and popes, from clēmens ("merciful") .

Webster Dictionary

  1. Clement(adj)

    mild in temper and disposition; merciful; compassionate

    Etymology: [L. clemens; -entis; cf. F. clment.]

Chambers 20th Century Dictionary

  1. Clement

    klem′ent, adj. mild: gentle: kind: merciful.—ns. Clem′ence (Spens.), Clem′ency, the quality of being clement: mildness: readiness to forgive.—adv. Clem′ently. [Fr.,—L. clemens.]

The Nuttall Encyclopedia

  1. Clement

    the name of 14 Popes: C. I., Pope from 91 to 100; one of the Apostolic Fathers; wrote an Epistle to the Church of Corinth, with references to the Canonical books. C. II., Pope from 1046 to 1047. C. III., Pope from 1187 to 1191. C. IV., Pope from 1265 to 1268. C. V., Bertrand de Goth, Pope from 1305 to 1314; transferred the seat of the Papacy to Avignon, and abolished the Order of the Knights Templars. C. VI. Pope from 1342 to 1352; resided at Avignon. C. VII., Giulio de Medici, Pope from 1523 to 1534; celebrated for his quarrels with Charles V. and Henry VIII., was made prisoner in Rome by the Constable of Bourbon; refused to sanction the divorce of Henry VIII., and brought about the schism of England from the Holy See. C. VIII., Pope from 1592 to 1605; a patron of Tasso's; readmitted Henry IV. to the Church and the Jesuits to France. C. IX., Pope from 1667 to 1669. C. X., Pope from 1670 to 1676. C. XI., Pope from 1700 to 1721; as Francesco Albani opposed the Jansenists; issued the bull Unigenitus against them; supported the Pretender and the claims of the Stuarts. C. XII., Pope from 1738 to 1740. C. XIII., Pope from 1758 to 1769. C. XIV., Pope from 1769 to 1774, Ganganelli, an able, liberal-minded, kind-hearted, and upright man; abolished the Order of the Jesuits out of regard to the peace of the Church; his death occurred not without suspicions of foul-play.

  2. Clement

    French critic, born at Dijon, surnamed by Voltaire from his severity the "Inclement" (1742-1812).

  3. Clement

    a French manufacturer and savant, born near Dijon; author of a memoir on the specific heat of the gases (1779-1841).

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How to say CLEMENT in sign language?

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Numerology

  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of CLEMENT in Chaldean Numerology is: 2

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of CLEMENT in Pythagorean Numerology is: 9

Examples of CLEMENT in a Sentence

  1. Communications Remis Dandjinou:

    Liberation of Minister (of Public Service, Labour and Social Security) Clement Sawadogo and about 30 hostages, the operation continues.

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