Cloud, St.

Cloud, St., or Clodoald, third son of Clodomir, who escaped the fate of his brothers, and retired from the world to a spot on the left bank of the Seine, 6 m. SW. of Paris, named St. Cloud after him.

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

Cloud, St. * Clouds, The
Clive, Robert, Lord Clive and Baron Plassey
Clodius
Clodomir
Clootz, Anacharsis
Clorinda
Clotaire I.
Clothes
Clotho
Clotilda, St.
Cloud, St.
Cloud, St.
Clouds, The
Clough, Arthur Hugh
Clovis I.
Cluny
Clusium
Clutha
Clutterbuck
Clyde
Clyde, Lord
Clytemnestra