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Valentine



Origin: Latin

Meaning: from Roman cognomen Valentinus derived from Latin valens meaning "strong, healthy, vigorous". It's a masculine name in Latin, but it's the French feminine form of Valentinus.


Variants:
  • Valentinus (Ancient Roman)
  • Valens (Ancient Roman)
  • Valentin (French, Romanian, German, Danish, Swedish, Norwegian, Czech, Russian, Bulgarian, Slovene, Croatian, Macedonian)
  • Valentyn (Ukrainian)
  • Balendin (Basque)
  • Valentijn (Dutch)
  • Valentín (Spanish, Slovak)
  • Valentino (Italian)
  • Folant (Welsh)
  • Ualan (Scottish)
  • Walenty (Polish)


Feminine forms:
  • Valentina (Ancient Roman, Italian, Russian, Slovene, Croatian, Macedonian, Romanian, Spanish)
  • Walentyna (Polish)
  • Valentyna (Ukrainian)



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