Clement I


noun

Saint Clement of Rome, a.d. c30–c100, first of the Apostolic Fathers: pope 88?–97?

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Definition for Clement I (2 of 2)

Clementi
[ kluh-men-tee; Italian kle-men-tee ]
/ kləˈmɛn ti; Italian klɛˈmɛn ti /

noun

Mu·zio [moo-tsyaw], /ˈmu tsyɔ/, 1752–1832, Italian pianist and composer in England.
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British Dictionary definitions for Clement I

Clement I
/ (ˈklɛmənt) /

noun

Saint, called Clement of Rome. pope (?88–?97 ad). Feast day: Nov 23
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