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This name derives from the Latin " clēmēns", meaning “merciful, lenient, mild, gentle, quiet, peaceful, easy, moderate, compliant”, which in turn derives from “clīnō”, meaning “slope or incline, bend, bow, sink”. 1) Blessed Marie-Clémentine Anuarite Nengapeta (1939–1964) was a member of the Holy Family Sisters in Bafwabaka. Sister Marie-Clementine was beatified on August 15, 1985, by Pope John Paul II during his visit to Zaire. 2) Princess Clémentine of Orléans (1817–1907), Princess of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha and Duchess in Saxony, was the sixth child of ten and youngest daughter of Louis-Philippe I, King of the French, and his wife Marie Amalie of the Two Sicilies. She was the mother of Ferdinand I, Tsar of Bulgaria. 3) Princess Clementine of Belgium (1872–1955) was the wife of Napoléon Victor Bonaparte, Bonapartist pretender to the throne of France.

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