Cleve

Cleve or Cleves may refer to:

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People

Surname

  • Astrid Cleve (1875–1968), Swedish biologist, geologist, chemist and researcher, first woman in Sweden to obtain a doctorate in science
  • Bastian Clevé (born 1950), German film director
  • Benjamin Van Cleve (1773–1821), a pioneer settler of Dayton, Ohio
  • Cornelius van Cleve (1520–1567), painter
  • Halfdan Cleve (1879–1951), Norwegian composer
  • Jim Van Cleve (born 1978), American musician, songwriter and producer
  • John Cleve, a pseudonym of Andrew J. Offutt (born 1934), American science fiction writer
  • Joos van Cleve (c. 1485–1540/41), Flemish painter, father of Cornelius
  • Hendrick Van Cleve (died 1589), painter and engraver born in Antwerp
  • Horatio P. Van Cleve (1809–1891), Union general in the American Civil War
  • James Van Cleve, football player in the United States, only the fourth known professional player
  • Martin Van Cleve (1520&ndash1570), Flemish painter, brother of Hendrick and probably related to Joos
  • Per Teodor Cleve (1840–1905), Swedish chemist and geologist
  • Richard Cleve, Canadian computer scientist
  • Rudolf Cleve (1919–1997), highly decorated Luftwaffe officer of World War II
  • Schoolboy Cleve (1925–2008), American harmonica player

Given name

  • Cleve Benedict (born 1935), American retired politician
  • Cleve Bryant, college football quarterback, athletics administrator and former head coach at Ohio University
  • Cleve Cartmill (1908–1964), American science fiction and fantasy writer, best remembered for a short story investigated by the FBI
  • Cleve Gray (1918–2004), American abstract expressionist painter
  • Cleve Jones (born 1954), American AIDS and LGBT rights activist
  • Cleve Moler (born 1939), American mathematician and computer scientist

Places

Other uses

  • Cleve RFC, an English amateur rugby union club

See also


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  • Cleve — ist der Name folgender Orte: Cleve, historischer Name der Kreisstadt Kleve, Nordrhein Westfalen Cleve (Borgholzhausen), Stadtteil von Borgholzhausen im Kreis Gütersloh, Nordrhein Westfalen Cleve (Rensefeld), ehemaliges Dorf auf dem Gebiet der… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Clève — Cleve Cette page d’homonymie répertorie les différents sujets et articles partageant un même nom. Cleve peut faire référence à : Personnes : Anders Cleve (1937–1985), un historien suédo finnois, Halfdan Cleve (1879 1951), un compositeur …   Wikipédia en Français

  • cleve — cleve; cleve·ite; cleve·land; cleve·land·er; …   English syllables

  • Cleve — Cleve,   1) Joos van, eigentlich J. van der Bẹke, niederländischer Maler, * Kleve um 1490, ✝ Antwerpen 1540 oder 1541; malte zunächst in altniederländischer Tradition und wurde später ein wichtiger Vermittler der Kunst Leonardos da Vinci nach… …   Universal-Lexikon

  • Cleve — (Geogr. u. Gesch.), s. Kleve …   Pierer's Universal-Lexikon

  • Cleve — (Kleve), Kreisstadt im preuß. Reg. Bez. Düsseldorf, am Kermisdal (West Rheinarm), (1900) 59.642 E., Garnison, Land , Amtsgericht, Schloß Schwanenburg, Stahlquelle, Kaltwasserheilanstalt. Das ehemal. Herzogt. C. kam nach dem Aussterben der Grafen… …   Kleines Konversations-Lexikon

  • Cleve — Cette page d’homonymie répertorie les différents sujets et articles partageant un même nom. Cleve peut faire référence à : Personnes : Anders Cleve (1937–1985), un historien suédo finnois, Halfdan Cleve (1879 1951), un compositeur… …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Clevé — Bastian Clevé (* 1. Januar 1950 in München) ist ein deutscher Filmproduzent. Leben Bastian Clevé studierte von 1971 bis 1976 Visuelle Kommunikation mit Schwerpunkt Film an der Hochschule für bildende Künste Hamburg. Von 1976 bis 1977 war er als… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Cleve — Original name in latin Cleve Name in other language CVC, Cleve State code AU Continent/City Australia/Adelaide longitude 33.7 latitude 136.5 altitude 196 Population 1015 Date 2012 01 18 …   Cities with a population over 1000 database

  • Cleve — This interesting surname is of Anglo Saxon origin, and has two possible interpretations. Firstly, the surname may be a locational name from Cliff in Hampshire and Warwickshire, North and South Cliff in the East Riding of Yorkshire, Cliffe in Kent …   Surnames reference


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