Origin of Clarencefrom name of Eng dukedom of Clarence, after Clare, town in Suffolk a masculine name: var. Clare
Origin of Clarenceafter the Duke of Clarence, later William IV[c-] a closed, four-wheeled carriage with seats for four inside and a seat for the driver outside
Origin of clarenceAfter the Duke of Clarence (1765-1837), later William IV of England
- A kind of carriage popular in the 19th century; a four-wheeled horse-driven vehicle with a glass front and room for four passengers.
Named after Prince William, Duke of Clarence and St Andrews, later to become William IV of the United Kingdom.
- A ducal title which has been traditionally awarded to junior members of the English and British royal families
- An English surname.
- A male given name.
- A placename given to towns in countries settled by the British.
- A name given to several rivers, including one in France and others in countries settled by the British.
Originally a ducal title of the English and British royal family, believed to originate from the town of Clare, Suffolk, although it has also been associated with Clarentza in the Principality of Achaea.