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Gender: F Meaning of Valencia: "brave, strong" Origin of Valencia: Spanish

This lovely orange-scented Spanish place-name would make an inventive namesake for an Aunt Valerie.

Last on the popularity list in 1994, Valencia reached a high of Number 633 in 1969-70.

The Mediterranean city of Valencia is the third largest in Spain; it was founded as a Roman colony in 138 BC, originally called Valentia--and so has a long and storied history.

Famous People Named Valencia

Pop Culture References for the Name Valencia

Valencia Pilgrim - wife of the protagonist of Kurt Vonnegut's "Slaughterhouse Five"
"O Valencia!" - song by indie folk-rock band The Decemberists
Violet Valencia - character in the book "Out of My Mind" by Sharon Draper
Capital City of Comunidad Valenciana, Spain
"Himno a Valencia" (Hymn to Valencia) by Francisco
Type of orange

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