Clare /ˈklɛər/ is a given name, the Medieval English form of Clara. The related name Clair was traditionally considered male, especially when spelled without an ‘e’, but Clare and Claire are usually female.
How do you spell Clare phonetically?
Correct spelling for the English word “Clare” is [klˈe͡ə], [klˈeə], [k_l_ˈeə] (IPA phonetic alphabet).
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How do you pronounce Eau Claire?
When was Eau Claire WI founded?
By the early 1850s, their number had grown to about 100, mostly workers at a saw mill, and when Eau Claire Co. was formed in 1856, their village was the natural choice for county seat.
Why is Eau Claire called Eau Claire?
Eau Claire (French for “clear water”, pl. eaux claires) is the name of a number of locations and features in North America. The name is pronounced as if it were spelled “O’Clare”.
Is Eau Claire a good place to live?
A community on the rise
“This is by far the most spirited and quirky town to make our list. This small Wisconsin city boasts high-paying jobs, a great university, a low unemployment rate, and a very low cost of living.” Eau Claire is the best city in Wisconsin you haven’t been to.
Does Eau Claire have a mayor?
EAU CLAIRE (WQOW) – A viewer has asked WQOW why Eau Claire has an unelected city manager instead of an elected mayor. Nick added the city has had a city manager form of government in place since 1949. The current, and eleventh, city manager, Dale Peters, is in the process of retiring.
What is Eau Claire famous for?
Home of Bon Iver, Country Jam USA, Eaux Claires and so much more, the area is one of the best in the state when it comes to great tunes. About a half-hour southeast of the city of Eau Claire is the Dells Mill and Museum.
How far is Eau Claire from Madison?
Distance from Madison, WI to Eau Claire, WI
There are 159.08 miles from Madison to Eau Claire in northwest direction and 178 miles (286.46 kilometers) by car, following the I-39 N and I-90 and I-94 W route. Madison and Eau Claire are 2 hours 46 mins far apart, if you drive non-stop .
How old is Eau Claire?
It was settled in 1846 and laid out in 1855 and developed a lumber economy and a strong rivalry with the nearby lumbering community of Chippewa Falls. After local forests were exhausted in the early 20th century, Eau Claire turned to manufacturing (notably, until the early 1990s, rubber tires).
How big is Eau Claire County?
Eau Claire County/Area
What makes up Eau Claire County?
Eau Claire County is a county located in the U.S. state of Wisconsin. As of the 2010 census, the population was 98,736. Its county seat is Eau Claire. The county took its name from the Eau Claire River.
Eau Claire County, Wisconsin.
Eau Claire County
7.3 sq mi (19 km2) 1.1%
• Estimate (2019)
Is Eau Claire WI safe?
The chance of becoming a victim of either violent or property crime in Eau Claire is 1 in 37. Based on FBI crime data, Eau Claire is not one of the safest communities in America. Relative to Wisconsin, Eau Claire has a crime rate that is higher than 92% of the state’s cities and towns of all sizes.
What is the safest town in Wisconsin?
Waterford Town is the new safest city in Wisconsin, topping the list with 0 reported violent crimes, and just 24 reported property crimes. No city reported more than 10 total violent crimes. Hobart-Lawrence had the most with only 8.
What is the best city to live in in Wisconsin?
Whitefish Bay ranked as the best place to live in Wisconsin, Niche report says. Whitefish Bay, you’re back to No. 1. The suburb in Milwaukee’s North Shore topped Niche’s annual “Best Places to Live” online rankings in 2021.
Is Racine a ghetto?
Racine. Racine is the most affordable city to buy a home in Wisconsin. But in looking at the data, it’s one of the most ghetto cities in the state.
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