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Name Valentine - Meaning and origin

Name Valentine - Meaning and origin


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Origin of first name:

Elders, French, Latins

Meaning of the name:

From the Latin valens, which means vigorous, strong.
St. Valentine was a Christian martyred in the sixth century in Caesarea in Palestine with St. Thea and St. Paul, during the same persecution under the prefect Firmilian. Valentine, led before an altar to sacrifice, kicked him and was cruelly tortured and thrown into the fire. A name that can not be mentioned without thinking about Valentine's Day and Valentine's Day lovers! Valentine's Day is the patron saint of lovers.
The Valentine are celebrated on July 25th.
Its derivatives: Valentia, Valentiane, Valentin, Valentina, Valentinia, Valentinienne.

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