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Correct spelling: Clarissa

What are the common typos for Clarissa?

  • clar9ssa,
  • clartissa,
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 \c-la-rissa, clar(is)-sa\

bright, famous
Latin
Clarissa as a girl's name is pronounced kla-RISS-ah. It is of Latin origin, and the meaning of Clarissa is "bright, famous". Latin version of Clarice occasionally found in medieval documents and made famous by Samuel Richardson's 18th-century novel "Clarissa".
  • Claire,
  • Claris,
  • Clarise,
  • Claresta,
  • Clayrissa,
  • Clerisse,
  • Klaryssa,
  • Klarisza.
  • Clare,
  • Clara,
  • Klarissa,
  • Classie,
  • Clarisa,
  • Clorissa,
  • Clairissa,
  • Clarisse,
  • Clerissa,
  • Claresa,
  • Claressa,
  • Clairesa,
  • Clairessa,
  • Clarecia,
  • Clarica,
  • Clarissia,
  • Clarrisa,
  • Clarrissa,
  • Klarisa,
  • Klarrisa.

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What are the usage examples for Clarissa?

  1. I will confess that the last time I read Clarissa Harlowe it affected me with a kind of disgust. – English Literature and Society in the Eighteenth Century by Leslie Stephen
  2. Richardson gave me the same shock from the elaborate detail in which he tells the story of Clarissa rubbing our noses, if I may say so, in all her agony, and squeezing the last drop of bitterness out of every incident. – English Literature and Society in the Eighteenth Century by Leslie Stephen

What are the rhymes for Clarissa?

  1. nissa, lissa, issa, nyssa, disa;
  2. melissa, corissa, alissa, marissa, marisa, alyssa;
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