Etymology
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clement (adj.)

mid-15c., of persons, "mild in temper or disposition" (attested from early 13c. as a surname), from Old French clement, from Latin clementem (nominative clemens) "mild, placid, gentle" (see clemency). Of weather, 1620s. Taken as a name by several early popes and popular in England as a masculine given name from mid-12c., also in fem. form Clemence.

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Definitions of clement

clement (adj.)
(of weather or climate) physically mild;
clement weather
clement (adj.)
(used of persons or behavior) inclined to show mercy;
a more clement judge reduced the sentence
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