Valerius meaning and origin
Valerius means Inspired By An Ancient Roman Sex or The Strong is a boy name chiefly used in Greenlandic, Norwegian, Finnish, Swedish and German has origin in Latin. Valerius is variant of Valerian. Valerian is a form of Valerius. Valerian is originated from Latin is dominantly used in German language, Valerian means "The Healthy and The Strong".
Variants of ValeriusNames that rhyme with Valerius
Popularity of Valerius
Valerius is a familiar baby name in Indonesia and Germany. As per our findings, over 500 people has been named Valerius globally.
Valerius in Nordic countries
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What numbers say about Valerius?
You are good at envisioning projects and develop them on your own. You are dominant and leadership comes out naturally for you. You think a lot and it makes you sick sometimes. You want to be surrounded with self-confident people who choose to work on success over complaining, talking about great things over gossiping, and solitude over you sometimes. You are a disciplined person is what number 8 as your expression number as to say about you.
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- Prescilia - The Prescilia means "Antique" came from Latin
Namesakes of Valerius
- Valerius Maximus,
- Valerius Severus, Western Roman Emperor from 306 to 307
- Valerius Romulus, (c
- Valerius Anshelm, Swiss chronicler working in Bern
- Valerius Valens, was Roman Emperor from late 316 to March 1, 317
- Valerius of Trèves, semi-legendary Bishop of Trier
- Valerius of Saragossa, patron saint of Saragossa
- Valerius Cordus, German physician and botanist