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How to pronounce Valerie va-lérie What does my name mean?
Meanings: To be Strong Valiant Brave Valor To be Healthy Feminine of the Roman Family Clan Name Valerius feminine form of Valerius (meaning: the Strong, Strong, inspired by an ancient Roman sex).
Full form of Valérie : Vigorous Admirable Light-Hearted Reasonable Impulsive Educated
Valérie is not a native United States and Valérie may be came from another language or is a short form of some other name.
History of Valerie
Saint Valerie lived in Italy, in the second century, under Marc Aurelius. Her husband, St. Vital, had been crushed under a pile of stones at the bottom of a well because he was Christian. A few months later, in turn, and because of her faith, she was tortured and put to death for refusing to sacrifice to the pagan gods.
Expression number of Valérie is 4. They are women of character, they know what they want. Organizing and managing qualities are possessed by Valérie. Volunteers, obstinate, obstinate, they are serious but just. By systematic and methodical approach Valérie turns their dream into reality. Always in a good mood, generous and affable, they are very active and always worried about their work. Valérie are extremely sincere and honest. Lively, they react a quarter turn. If the professional life motivates them, they are also women of interior who know how to receive. In love, they are passionate and require a lot of their mate.
Names that rhyme with Valerie Famous people named Valerie
Valerie Concepcion in Flames of Love as Actress
Valerie Elson in Max Bigg's Big Break as Actress
Valerie Smaldone in Figs for Italo as Actress
Valerie Garza in Posey as Actress
Valérie Flan in Chaos as Actress
Valerie Clare in Old Denton Road as Actress
Valerie Waugaman in Episode #1.5 as
Valerie Masterson in Le voyage en douce as Actress
Valerie Shute in Emmerdale Farm as Actress
Valerie Walsh in Reach for the Ceiling as ActressNames like Valerie Valerie Namesakes Related Names: Val Vala Valada Valaida Valaire Valancia Valanda Valaree Valari Valaria Valarie Valary Valasia Valaska Valasta ValÃƒÂ¨re ValÃƒÂ©ien ValÃƒÂ©ran ValÃƒÂ©ri ValÃƒÂ©ria Comments :Sybil Dumais Valerie is a female first name. The original Latin form is Valeria, as a female form to Valerius. It is the feminine form of the name Valerio taken from the cognomen Roman Valerius , based on the verb assert ( "be strong", "be strong", "feel good"), so it means "strong", "strong", "healthy". A figure with this name, Valeria Luperca , is present in Roman mythology, where it is a young woman who was offered as a sacrifice to the goddess Juno, and was spared by divine intervention.
Versions in other languages: Czech : Valérie, Valerie, Croatian : Valerija, French : Valérie, English : Valerie, Valarie, Valorie, Valery, Hypocorism: Val, Latin : Valeria, Latvian : Valerija, Lithuanian : Valerija.
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