No, I don't think so.
(transitive) To remove dirt from a place or object. Can you clean the windows today?
(transitive) To tidy up, make a place neat. Clean your room right now!
Not for a person, though.
You can use 'clean' to refer to a person washing up, too, but it implies washing a specific body part, washing up plus other general grooming (e.g. brushing hair, etc.), or sometimes if it's excessive washing due to some psychological need.