- Lau·rent [loh-rahn] /loʊˈrɑ̃/, 1785–1869, French educator of the deaf, in the U.S. after 1816.
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Hence the name of clerc applied to any student, even if a layman.The Story of Paris
On the evening of Sunday, at eight, le Clerc and de Novion came.Sir Walter Ralegh
For here is what he says in his posthumous Reply to M. le Clerc (p. 35): 'M.Theodicy
G. W. Leibniz
Mr. Clerc is now living in a vigorous old age and is still a teacher at Hartford.
He was a citizen of Paris and a member of the university, having the status of clerc.A Short History of French Literature