What does Valentine mean?
Valentine [valen-tine] as a girls' name (also used as boys' name Valentine) has its root in Latin, and the name Valentine means "strong, healthy". Valentine is a variant form of Valentina (Latin): feminine of Valentine.
Associated with: strong.
(male) Middle name pairings:
Valentine Alena (V.A.), ..
How popular is Valentine?
Valentine is a somewhat prominent first name for women (#3235 out of 4276, Top 76%) and an even more prominent surname for both adults and children (#834 out of 150436, Top 1%). (2000 U.S. Census)
Valentine reached its top position of #1275 in the U.S. during the years 1910-1919, but is not ranked currently. (Top Baby Names, 2015)
Which version is better?with its source form and related girl names. Prominent varying forms of Valentine are Valencia (#1952 in 2015) and Valentina (#114). Adoption of these relations of Valentine was more pronounced in 2015 (median #1355). Valentina has generally been popular among parents.
Similar NamesSuggested similar names are Albertine, Aleine, Alenne, Alleine, Allexine (see Alexandra), Balbine (see Balbina), Bertine, Bettine, Blandine, Calvine, Cateline, Caterine, Celandine, Celenne, Celestene, Celestine▼, Celestyne (see Celeste), Clementine▲, Daline, Earnestine▼, Eglantine, Elbertine, Ernestine▼, Faline, Fantine, Faustine, Fleurine, Gaetane, Glenene, Glenine, Glenne, Glennene (see Glenna), Hansine, Hubertine, Jannine, Jenine, Jestine, Kalaine, Kalene, Lareine, Larentina, Laurentine, Laurentyne (see Laurence), Laverine, Leontine, Madelaine, Madeline, Modestine, Raedine, Raelaine, Raleine, Rayleine (see Raina), Robertine, Selestine, Selestyne (see Celeste), Solenne, Valena, Valeree, Valeria, Valerie, Valeta, Valetta, Valkyrie, Vallarie, Vallerie, Vallie▼, Vallrie (see Valerie), Valorie, Vanetia, Vangie, Vanina, Vannie, Venice, Verine and Vincintine (see Vincentia). These names tend to be less commonly used than Valentine.See names in meaning and etymology.