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Correct spelling: Claybourne

Claybourne \c-laybour-ne, cla(y)-bou-rne\

Meaning:
boundary with clover; boundary of clay; brook near a clay-bed; border near a clay-bed
Origin:
German
Details:
Claybourne as a boy's name is a variant of Claiborne (French, German, Old English) and Clayborne (Old English), and the meaning of Claybourne is "boundary with clover; boundary of clay; brook near a clay-bed; border near a clay-bed".
Meaning:
Claibourne, Claybourn.
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Examples of usage for Claybourne:

  1. " Miss Helen Claybourne I heard Mrs. Hemphill continue. – I Walked in Arden by Jack Crawford
  2. I was half hopeful and half fearful that I should be given Miss Claybourne to take down; I wasn't. – I Walked in Arden by Jack Crawford
  3. " This is Helen Claybourne came a soft voice over the wire. – I Walked in Arden by Jack Crawford

Rhymes for Claybourne:

  1. claiborne, clayborne, rayburn, claiborn, clayborn, raeburn, rayborn;
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