What does Valery mean?
Valery [valery] as a name for girls (also used less regularly as boys' name Valery) is of Latin derivation, and the name Valery means "strong, healthy". Valery is an alternate form of Valerie (Latin) with the suffix -y.
Associated with: strong.
Valery has 1 masculine form: Valerian.Kreatif forms:
(female) Vellery, Velry, ..
(male) Valego, Valere, ..
How popular is Valery?
Valery is a somewhat popular first name for females (#2766 out of 4276, Top 65%) and an even more popular last name for both adults and children (#52289 out of 150436, Top 35%). (2000 U.S. Demographics)
Charted below is the baby name history of Valery for girls. Valery was first listed in 1950-1959 and reached its apex position of #716 in the U.S. in 2006, and is at #1209 presently. (2015 U.S. SSA Records)
Which version is better?with its source form and related girl names. Displayed below is an analysis of the statistics of the girl name Valery and corresponding names. Popular alternative forms of Valery (#1209 last year) appearing in the Top 2000 are Val, Valarie, Valeria (#161 last year), Valerie (#171), Vallie and Valorie. Usage of these forms of Valery reached its peak 7 years ago (usage of 0.46%) and is somewhat less today (usage 0.27%, ▼41%), with versions such as Valarie becoming less in vogue.
Valery is alike in pronunciation to Valera, Vallora, Valora, Valoria, Valory, Valorya, Valoura and Velora. Other suggested similar names are Affery, Allfry (see Alfreda), Aubery, Avery▲, Barry, Caley, Carry, Cary, Chery, Clary, Devery, Flory, Glory, Haley▼, Hilary▼, Hillery, Jery, Kaley▼, Karry, Kary, Maery, Mallary, Mallery, Mallory, Malory, Margery▼, Marjery, Mary▼, Raley, Shery, Tamary, Vala, Valda, Valeda, Valen, Valena, Valene, Valeska, Valeta, Valetta, Valida, Valina, Valja, Valla, Vallda, Vallee, Valley, Valli, Vallia, Vally, Valma, Valonya, Valyn, Vanesa▼, Vaneza, Vangy, Vanity, Vanora, Varena, Varya, Veera, Vera▼, Vere, Verety, Verly and Zary. These names tend to be less commonly used than Valery.See names in meaning and etymology.