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clarence

[ klar-uhns ]
/ ˈklær əns /
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noun
a closed, four-wheeled carriage, usually with a glass front, with seats inside for four persons.
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Origin of clarence

1830–40; named after Duke of Clarence (1765–1837), later William IV

Other definitions for clarence (2 of 2)

Clarence
[ klar-uhns ]
/ ˈklær əns /

noun
a male given name: from a Latin word meaning “clear one.”
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British Dictionary definitions for clarence

clarence
/ (ˈklærəns) /

noun
a closed four-wheeled horse-drawn carriage, having a glass front

Word Origin for clarence

C19: named after the Duke of Clarence (1765–1837)
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