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Gender Masculine
Pronounced Pron. ba-lehn-TEEN(Spanish)
VA-lehn-teen(Slovak)
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Meaning & History

Spanish and Slovak form of Valentinus (see VALENTINE (1)).

Related Names

Feminine FormsValentina(Spanish) Valentína(Slovak)
Other Languages & CulturesValentinus(Ancient Roman) Balendin(Basque) Valentin(Bulgarian) Valentin, Tin, Valent(Croatian) Valentin(Czech) Valentin(Danish) Valentijn(Dutch) Valentine, Val(English) Valentin(French) Valentin(German) Bálint(Hungarian) Valentino, Tino(Italian) Valentin(Macedonian) Valentin(Norwegian) Walenty(Polish) Valentim(Portuguese) Valentin, Vali(Romanian) Valentin(Russian) Ualan(Scottish) Valentin, Tine, Tinek(Slovene) Valentin(Swedish) Valentyn(Ukrainian) Folant(Welsh)
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Popularity

Bulgaria: February 10 (as Valentin)
Croatia: February 14 (as Valentin)
Estonia: February 14 (as Valentin)
France: February 14 (as Valentin)
Hungary: February 14 (as Valentin)
Slovakia: February 14
Sweden: February 14 (as Valentin)
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