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Pronounced [valen`ti:n].
-- the_angel_from_hell  2/3/2006
I really like it!
-- the_angel_from_hell  2/3/2006
I'd have to say I like it best with the accent mark. It makes it look more important, sophisticated, and foreign!
-- dark  2/25/2007
Valentín Gómez Farías (Spanish pronunciation: [balenˈtiŋ ˈɡomes faˈɾias]; 14 February 1781 – 5 July 1858) was the President of Mexico for five short periods in the 1830s and 1840s.
-- sweetbabe  10/2/2014
Valentin Trujillo Gazcón (28 March 1951 – 4 May 2006) was a Mexican actor, writer and director. His career spanned 48 years, where he appeared in over 140 films and directed 20 films.
-- sweetbabe  10/2/2014
Valentín Fuster, 1st Marquess of Fuster, is a Spanish cardiologist – the only cardiologist to receive the two highest gold medal awards and all four major research awards from the world's four major cardiovascular organizations: The Distinguished Researcher Award (Interamerican Society of Cardiology, 2005 and 2009), Andreas Gruntzig Scientific Award and Gold Medal Award (European Society of Cardiology, 1992-2007 respectively), Gold Medal Award and Distinguished Scientist (American Heart Association, 2001 and 2003 respectively), and the Distinguished Scientist Award (American College of Cardiology, 1993). In November 2012, Dr. Fuster received the highest honor given by the American Heart Association, the Research Achievement Award. Dr. Fuster has ranked among the Top Doctors in the US for the past 13 years and is considered in the top 1% of physicians in the United States by Castle-Connolly.
-- sweetbabe  10/2/2014
Valentín González González (November 4, 1904 – October 20, 1983) was a Republican military commander during the Spanish Civil War. Known as El Campesino (The Peasant) he served in the Ejército Popular (People's Army) of the Second Spanish Republic.
-- sweetbabe  10/2/2014
Valentín Ferraz y Barrau (Huesca, Spain, 1792 – Madrid, Spain, 1866) was a Spanish military commander and politician.] After fighting in the Peninsular War and in the Peruvian War of Independence Valentín engaged in the chaotic politics of the post-war reign of Isabella II of Spain, serving as Prime Minister of Spain in 1840 and holding other important offices such as Mayor of Madrid.
-- sweetbabe  10/2/2014
Valentín Elizalde Valencia (1 February 1979 – 25 November 2006) was a Mexican banda music singer gunned down in an ambush. Known by the nickname "El Gallo de Oro" (The Golden Rooster).
-- sweetbabe  10/2/2014
Valentín Nicolás Viola (born 28 August 1991, in Moreno) is an Argentinian football player who plays for Karabükspor.
-- sweetbabe  10/2/2014

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