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Forename كلوز

In the world, كلوز (Claus Germany Denmark United States United Kingdom Belgium, Close United States Germany United Kingdom Belgium Australia, كلوز Egypt Iraq Sudan Syria Algeria) is a common masculine firstname. First name كلوز is habitual to Denmark, where it is a common masculine name, Greenland, and Germany, where it is quite a common masculine name (explore name in all countries). Not in comparison with a country population it is the most numerous in Germany, Denmark, and Burkina Faso. Also, كلوز is the last name as well as a forename.

Translations, transliterations and names similar to the name كلوز

name קלאוס, name 克拉斯, name Κλάους, name كلاوس, name Клаус, name Claus, name كلاس, name クローズ, name Klaus, name كلوز, name קלוז, name クラウス, name Claas, name Close, name كلاوز, name Клас, name Клоуз, name Klaas
VARIANTCOUNTRY
Claus United States, United Kingdom, Belgium, Denmark, Germany
Close United States, United Kingdom, Belgium, Australia, Germany
كلوز Algeria, Sudan, Syria, Iraq, Egypt

First name كلوز in the context

كلوز is also a name for the fictitious and mythical characters: Klaus Baudelaire , the fictional character, Lemony Snicket's A Series of Unfortunate Events; Claus , the fictional character from Mother 3 and Claus , the operatic character in the opera The Amber Witch.

Notable namesakes

picture of Claus Sluter Claus Sluter Claus Sluter French artist (b. 1340) link
picture of Claus de Werve Claus de Werve Claus de Werve sculptor and assistant to his uncle, Claus Sluter, Netherlands (b. 1380) link
Claus Fleming Swedish politician, SE (b. 1350) link
Claus Jesup politician in Wismar (b. 1400) link
Claus Hofmair (b. 1400) link
picture of Claus Narr Claus Narr Claus Narr Germany (b. 1450) link
Claus von Ahlefeldt (b. 1420) link
picture of Claus Bille Claus Bille Claus Bille Danish statesman, Denmark (b. 1490) link
Claus Strigel German painter, Germany (b. 1450) link
Claus von Czyl politician (b. 1450) link
picture of Claus Mortensen Tøndebinder Claus Mortensen Tøndebinder Claus Mortensen Tøndebinder Denmark (b. 1499) link
Claus von Rottorp Germany (b. 1450) link
Claus Stalburg German politician, Germany (b. 1469) link
Claus Berg sculptor, painter, Denmark (b. 1475) link
picture of Claus Berg Claus Berg Claus Berg Norwegian priest, Norway (b. 1546) link
Claus von der Decken German politician, Germany (b. 1500) link
Claus Keller German writer, Germany (b. 1500) link
Clawes van der Sittow Estonian painter and sculptor (b. 1500) link
Claus Kniphoff Denmark (b. 1500) link
Claus Jansen Rollwagen‎ (b. 1505) link
picture of Claus Maltesen Sehested Claus Maltesen Sehested Claus Maltesen Sehested Denmark (b. 1558) link
Claus Bromm (b. 1517) link
picture of Claus Daa Claus Daa Claus Daa Danish diplomat, Denmark (b. 1579) link
Claus von Arnim (b. 1539) link
Claus Hammer Denmark (b. 1542) link
picture of Claus von Ahlefeldt Claus von Ahlefeldt Claus von Ahlefeldt Danish fieldmarshal, Denmark (b. 1614) link
Claus von Bortfeld (b. 1557) link
Claus Christoffersen Lyschander Denmark (b. 1558) link
Claus Urne Norway (b. 1561) link
Claus Pedersen Stensen (b. 1577) link
Claus Dietrich Sperreuter German soldier, Germany (b. 1600) link
Claus Midow (b. 1600) link
Claus von Alefeldt (b. 1611) link
Claus Christoph Lützow (b. 1612) link
Claus Hansen Gaas Norwegian priest, Norway (b. 1625) link
Claus Andersen Norway (b. 1624) link
picture of Claus Reventlow Claus Reventlow Claus Reventlow Danish jurist and judge, Denmark (b. 1693) link
Claus von Oertzen (b. 1638) link
Claus Gyntelberg Denmark (b. 1639) link
Claus Daa Denmark (b. 1640) link
Claus Møinichen Danish painter, Denmark (b. 1665) link
Claus Henrik Vieregg Norway (b. 1655) link
Claus Scavenius Norwegian painter, Norway (b. 1672) link
Claus Stallknecht Danish architect, Denmark (b. 1681) link
Claus Paarss Greenlandic politician, Greenland (b. 1683) link
picture of Claus von der Decken Claus von der Decken Claus von der Decken German politician, Germany (b. 1742) link
picture of Claus Fasting Claus Fasting Claus Fasting Norwegian writer, Norway (b. 1746) link
Claus von Bevern Dutch sailor, Netherlands (b. 1700) link
picture of Claus Schall Claus Schall Claus Schall Danish musician, Denmark (b. 1757) link
Claus Hartwig von Perckenthin (b. 1700) link
Claus Jørgen Schnell Norway (b. 1702) link
picture of Claus Bendeke Claus Bendeke Claus Bendeke County Governor of Hedmark, Norway (b. 1763) link
Claus Benedict von der Decken (b. 1704) link
picture of Claus Pavels Claus Pavels Claus Pavels Norwegian bishop, Norway (b. 1769) link
Claus Frederik Gude Denmark (b. 1714) link
picture of Claus Christensen Claus Christensen Claus Christensen Denmark (b. 1768) link
picture of Claus Christian Schiønning Claus Christian Schiønning Claus Christian Schiønning Danish judge, Denmark (b. 1778) link
picture of Claus Harms Claus Harms Claus Harms German theologian, Germany (b. 1778) link
Claus Ursin Schøning (b. 1730) link
Claus Frimann Norwegian writer and priest, Norway (b. 1746) link
Claus Friedrich von Reden Electorate of Brunswick-Lüneburg (b. 1736) link
picture of Claus Winter Hjelm Claus Winter Hjelm Claus Winter Hjelm Norwegian judge, Norway (b. 1797) link
Claus Frandsen Tønder Denmark (b. 1737) link
Claus von der Decken (b. 1741) link
picture of Claus Manicus Claus Manicus Claus Manicus Denmark (b. 1795) link
picture of Claus Mohr Claus Mohr Claus Mohr German classical philologist and high school teacher (b. 1806) link
Claus Frees Horneman Denmark (b. 1751) link
Claus Otto Benedix von der Decken (b. 1758) link
Claus Kröncke German architect, Germany (b. 1771) link
Claus Heinrich von Lütcken (b. 1765) link
picture of C. A. Kølle C. A. Kølle C. A. Kølle Danish painter, Denmark (b. 1827) link
picture of Adolf Wachsmuth Adolf Wachsmuth Adolf Wachsmuth German professor and psychiatrist, Germany (b. 1827) link
picture of Claus Spreckels Claus Spreckels Claus Spreckels American rail entrepreuner, Germany (b. 1828) link
Claus Christian Bang (b. 1778) link
Claus Carl Eberhard von der Decken (b. 1780) link
Claus von der Decken (1782–1839) (b. 1782) link
picture of Claus Madsen Brødsgaard Claus Madsen Brødsgaard Claus Madsen Brødsgaard Denmark (b. 1834) link
Claus Christian Tilly Danish painter, Denmark (b. 1800) link
Claus (Claës) Gustaf Myrin botanist (b. 1803) link
Claus Gustaf Myrin botanist (b. 1803) link
Claus Daae Norwegian priest and politician, Norway (b. 1806) link
Claus Witte (b. 1796) link
Claus Meins botanist (b. 1806) link
Claus Hinrich Witten German politician, Germany (b. 1811) link
Claus Jervell Norwegian politician, Norway (b. 1812) link
Claus Jensen organ builder (b. 1815) link
picture of Claus Nissen Riiber Claus Nissen Riiber Claus Nissen Riiber Norwegian professor of chemistry, Norway (b. 1867) link
picture of Claus Kristian Randolph Clausen Claus Kristian Randolph Clausen Claus Kristian Randolph Clausen United States Navy Medal of Honor recipient, Denmark (b. 1869) link
Claus Lauritz Clausen American politician, USA (b. 1820) link
picture of Claus Schilling Claus Schilling Claus Schilling German physician hanged for unethical medical experiments under fascism in Germany and Italy, Germany (b. 1871) link
Claus Peter Knudsen Norwegian photographer, Norway (b. 1826) link
Claus Pavels Riis Norwegian writer, Norway (b. 1826) link
Claus Wyneken Germany (b. 1819) link
Claus Köpcke German scientist and engineer, Deutsches Kaiserreich (b. 1831) link
Claus Nieuwejaar Worsøe Norway (b. 1822) link
Claus Nissen Riiber Berg Norwegian businessman, Norway (b. 1832) link
picture of Claus Cito Claus Cito Claus Cito Luxembourgian sculptor, Luxembourg (b. 1882) link
picture of Claus Hjelte Claus Hjelte Claus Hjelte architect from Norway, Norway (b. 1884) link
Claus Wilhelm Gabriel Nylander Swedish chemist, SE (b. 1835) link
picture of Claus Bergen Claus Bergen Claus Bergen German artist, Germany (b. 1885) link

Characteristic surnames

عباس, ياسمين, and سنتا