Valentin name meaning

Updated: March 17th, 2024
Gender: Boy
Origin: Latin
Usage: German, French, Russian, Czech, Scandinavian, Finnish, Swedish, Danish and Norwegian
Pronunciation: v(a)-len-tin
Meaning: The Strong, The Healthy and Vigorous
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What does Valentin mean?

Meaning of Valentin is The Strong, The Healthy or Vigorous is primarily used in Czech, Finnish, Norwegian, French, Danish, Russian, Scandinavian, Swedish and German and originated from Latin is a boy name.

Valentin is a variation of Valentinus. Valentinus is form of prominent, pious and unfading Valentine. Valentinus is Latin form of Valentius. Valentin is form of renowned and long standing Valentine. Valentine is variant form of durable and acclaimed Valentina.

Valentine's meaning is Healthy and The Healthy is originated from Latin and English. It is celebrated on 14 February.

How do I pronounce Valentin?

The most common pronunciation of two syllabled Valentin is v(a)-len-tin. The other ways to say the name is val(e)-ntin.

Variants of Valentin

Valentinus, Vallentin, Valentine, Valentina, Valentijn, Velten, Valentius, Teena

Names that rhyme with Valentin

How popular is the name Valentin?

Valentin was among the very popular names in France. Since emerging in 1900 around 108310 babies have been given the given name. When at the peak of its usage in 1999, it ranked 10th when 5778 parents chose the moniker for their baby boys.

However the graph is now showing a downward trend after 123 years but still performing better than most of the names. Moreover, the name has been to the top 10 baby names 1 times

Valentin is common in United States where over 9392 new-borns have been given the name since 1912.

At present the name is rising, in 2007, the moniker grabbed the 614th spot and 404 baby boys were given the name. Also, Valentin used to be a common name in Switzerland, first appeared in 1998 and over 2680 babies have been given the name in 21 years.

At its zenith in 1998,. However the graph is now showing a downward trend after 21 years but it is still going strong. Also, A common name in Belgium having over 3132 recievers in 24 years of usage.

At the peak of its usage in 1999, the moniker grabbed the 64th spot and 199 baby boys were given the name.

In England and Wales, Valentin is a unique name where it has been in use since 1998 and has secured the place in top 2000 names.

Recently in 2018, it ranked 1040th when 27 boys were named Valentin. Over 201 people have been named Valentin in England and Wales. Valentin is a rare baby name in Ireland still in use today.

However things change on global perspective, Valentin is extremely popular in Ukraine where every 1 in 300 have the name as well as in, Russia and Romania. Also the baby name is popular in Mexico, DR Congo, Bulgaria, Peru, Moldova, Argentina, Germany, Cameroon, Uzbekistan, Philippines, Belarus, Central African Republic, Bolivia, Chad, Benin, Guatemala, Kazakhstan, Paraguay, Venezuela and Dominican Republic.

At least, 880000 people globally have been given the name as per our research.

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Valentin in Nordic countries

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Here's what numbers has to say about Valentin

You believe that each one of us was born with a purpose or is supposed to give their life a purpose of their own. You neglect your own issues and helping other is more important to you. When it comes to friends, you are their rock and shoulder to cry. You possess persistence and clarity when it comes to searching for the truth. If you have things to be handled, you handle them right away, without much waiting.

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Famous people named Valentin

  • Valentin Conrart, French author
  • Valentin Tomberg, Estonian-Russian Christian mystic
  • Valentin Adamberger, German operatic tenor
  • Valentin Danilov, Russian physicist
  • Valentin Clastrier, is one of the few performers in the world specializing
  • Valentin Voloshinov, Soviet/Russian linguist
  • Valentin Friedland, eminent German scholar and educationist of the Reformation
  • Valentin Trifonov, was one of the leaders of Cossack revolutionary forces
  • Valentin Bobyrev, member of the State Duma of Russia for the United Russia party
  • Valentin Sviridov, member of the LDPR and a deputy of the Russian State Duma
  • Valentin Dubinin, deputy of the Legislative Assembly of Primorsky Krai
  • Valentin Parnakh, Russian poet, translator, choreographer
  • Valentin Christian Wilhelm Sibbern, Norwegian government minister and representative at the Norwegian Constitutional Assembly
  • Valentin Gneushev, Russian circus director and choreographer
  • Valentin A. Bazhanov, professor
  • Valentin Mihov, former Bulgarian football player
  • Valentin Atanasov, retired Bulgarian sprinter
  • Valentin Areh, Slovenian journalist, war correspondent and writer
  • Valentin Erben, Austrian cellist
  • Valentin Rose, German pharmacologist from Berlin
  • Valentin Ćorić, former Bosnian Croat official
  • Valentin Thalhofer, German Roman Catholic clergyman and theologian
  • Valentin Avrorin, Corresponding Member of the Academy of Sciences of the USSR and an expert
  • Valentin Rose, German classicist and textual critic
  • Valentin Ernst Löscher, German orthodox Lutheran theologian
  • Valentin Ivanov, Bulgarian astronomer working
  • Valentin Yanin, leading Russian historian
  • Valentin Iremonger, Irish diplomat and poet
  • Valentin Schindler, Lutheran Hebraist and professor of the University of Wittenberg
  • Valentin Scheidel, German physicist
  • Valentin Weigel, German theologian, philosopher and mystical writer
  • Valentin Schiedermair, German concert pianist who lives in London
  • Valentin Yudashkin, Russian fashion designer
  • Valentin Gregor, jazz violinist, singer and composer
  • Valentin Kuzin, ice hockey player
  • Valentin Markin, chief illegal 'rezident' and director of the espionage operations of the Soviet Union
  • Valentin Knobloch, German judoka
  • Valentin Ruslyakov, Ukrainian judoka
  • Valentin Krempl, German bobsledder who competed in the late 1920s
  • Valentin Magnan, French psychiatrist who was a native of Perpignan
  • Valentin Lebedev, Soviet cosmonaut who made two flights into space
  • Valentin Bondarenko, Soviet fighter pilot selected
  • Valentin Turchin, Soviet and American cybernetician and computer scientist
  • Valentin Ceaușescu, Romanian physicist
  • Valentin Poénaru, Romanian–French mathematician
  • Valentin Vornicu, professional poker player
  • Valentin Pavlov, Soviet official
  • Valentin Serov, Russian painter
  • Valentin Glushko, Soviet engineer
  • Valentin Ivanov, Soviet-Russian footballer
  • Valentin Mankin, Soviet/Ukrainian sailor from Kiev
  • Valentin Kataev, Russian and Soviet novelist and playwright
  • Valentin Rasputin, Russian writer
  • Valentin Haüy, founder,
  • Valentin Feurstein, Austrian general
  • Valentin Kononen, Finnish former race walker

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