Numerology information Clyve:

numerologyName Number: 4 Meaning: Stability, Sameness, Regular, Rules, Condition, Responsibility, Routine, Frame, Detail, Order


Additional information Clyve:

additionalEnglish Meaning: The name Clyve is an English baby name. In English the meaning of the name Clyve is: Lives at the cliffs.


Expression information Clyve:

expressionPeople with this name tend to be a powerful force to all whose lives they touch. They are capable, charismatic leaders who often undertake large endeavors with great success. They value truth, justice, and discipline, and may be quick-tempered with those who do not. If they fail to develop their potential, they may become impractical and rigid.


Soul information Clyve:

soulPeople with this name have a deep inner desire for travel and adventure, and want to set their own pace in life without being governed by tradition.


Books about Clyve:

booksKate of Clyve Shore by Lena Kennedy (Jul 1, 2013)

booksKate of Clyve shore by Lena KENNEDY (1992)

booksThe Charters and Other Hitherto Inedited Archives of Cleeve, Clyve, or Clyff in Somersetshire by Cleeve Somerset (Nov 13, 2008)

booksThe Charters and Other Hitherto Inedited Archives of Cleeve, Clyve, or Clyff Abbey by Cleeve Abbey (Jan 24, 2009)

booksBiography - Maynard, Robert Clyve (1937-1993): An article from: Contemporary Authors Online by Gale Reference Team (Dec 16, 2007)

booksKate of Clyve Shore

booksBritish Parliamentary Lists, 1660-1800 : a Register / Edited by G. M. Ditchfield, David Hayton, and Clyve Jones... by G. M, David Hayton and Clyve Jones Ditchfield (1995)


Wiki information Clyve:

John Clyve
Man, Person

John Clyve was an English gothic architect, responsible for the nave, tower and west front of Worcester Cathedral. He is mentioned as a mason in connection with the cathedral cloisters circa 1376/77.

Richard de Clyve

Richard de Clyve was an English medieval university chancellor. Richard de Clyve was at Merton College, Oxford. He was elected as Chancellor of the University of Oxford between 1297 and 1300. He may have been Abbot of Abingdon.