mild or merciful in disposition or character; lenient; compassionate:
A clement judge reduced his sentence.
(of the weather) mild or temperate; pleasant.
a male given name.
Saint (Clement of Rome) a.d. c30–c100, first of the Apostolic Fathers: pope 88?–97?
(Suidger) died 1047, pope 1046–47.
(Paolo Scolari) died 1191, Italian ecclesiastic: pope 1187–91.
(Guy Foulques) died 1268, French ecclesiastic: pope 1265–68.
(Bertrand de Got) 1264–1314, French ecclesiastic: pope 1305–14.
(Pierre Roger) 1291–1352, French ecclesiastic: pope 1342–52.
(Giulio de’ Medici) 1478–1534, Italian ecclesiastic: pope 1523–34 (nephew of Lorenzo de’ Medici).
(Ippolito Aldobrandini) 1536–1605, Italian ecclesiastic: pope 1592–1605.
(Giulio Rospigliosi) 1600–69, Italian ecclesiastic: pope 1667–69.
(Emilio Altieri) 1590–1676, Italian ecclesiastic: pope 1670–76.
(Giovanni Francesco Albani) 1649–1721, Italian ecclesiastic: pope 1700–21.
(Lorenzo Corsini) 1652–1740, Italian ecclesiastic: pope 1730–40.
(Carlo della Torre Rezzonico) 1693–1769, Italian ecclesiastic: pope 1758–69.
(Giovanni Vincenzo Antonio Ganganelli; Lorenzo Ganganelli) 1705–74, Italian ecclesiastic: pope 1769–74.
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(of the weather) mild
Saint, called Clement of Rome. pope (?88–?97 ad). Feast day: Nov 23
original name Bertrand de Got. ?1264–1314, pope (1305–14): removed the papal seat from Rome to Avignon in France (1309)
original name Giulio de’ Medici. 1478–1534, pope (1523–34): refused to authorize the annulment of the marriage of Henry VIII of England to Catherine of Aragon (1533)
Botany. the layer or one of the layers of cells in the capsule of a moss surrounding the spores. Mycology. (in certain lichens) a layer of cells that surrounds the fungal apothecium. noun (pl) -cia (-sɪə) the outer layer of cells of the sporophyte of mosses and liverworts that develops into the outer parts of […]
a son of Apollo and Acacallis.
Also, amphithyron, amphithura [am-fuh-thoo r-uh] /ˌæm fəˈθʊər ə/ (Show IPA), amphithuron. Greek Orthodox Church. a divided curtain in front of the door of the iconostasis. plural of . (def 1).