Clovis I.

Clovis I., king of the Franks, son of Childéric I.; conquered the Romans at Soissons 486, which he made his centre; married Clotilda (q.v.) 493; beat the Germans near Cologne 496, by assistance, as he believed, of the God of Clotilda, after which he was baptized by St. Remi at Rheims; and overthrew the Visigoths under Alaric II. near Poitiers in 507, after which victories he made Paris his capital. C. II., son of Dagobert; was king of Neustria and Burgundy from 638 to 656. C. Ill, son of Thierry III., and king of ditto from 691 to 695, and had Pépin d'Héristal for mayor of the palace.

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

Clough, Arthur Hugh * Cluny
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
Clytie
Coanza
Coast Range