Valentin 🔥

Gender: Male Meaning of Valentin: "strength, health" Origin of Valentin: French, German, Russian, Czech, Scandinavian variation of Valentine Valentin's Popularity in 2019: #840

Valentin Origin and Meaning

The name Valentin is a boy's name of German, French, Scandinavian origin meaning "strength, health".

Romantic name used throughout Europe, though sure to lead to pronunciation problems here. Though it's never been too widely used in the US, it's quite popular in Switzerland, France, Austria, and Romania.

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Rank in US: #840

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cmariac Says:


This name is growing on me! Not sure if I'd be brave enough to use it as a first...would make a great mn though! It just sounds so nice though....Valentin !

headintheclouds Says:


I love Valentin! Great meaning, rich with roots in history, lovely three-syllables and looks elegant written down; it's very dignified and romantic and hits the sweet spot of unusual (not extremely "out there" but not overly popular) for my tastes. Plus I love the Va-len-teen pronunciation here- I don't care too much for Valentine's pn (+ too reminscient of the holiday) or Valentino's (too long and overly much), but Valentin's is just right! This would be great in the middle name spot with a shorter FN- Hugo Valentin, Miles Valentin etc.

hmg1204 Says:


I think it would make a good middle name like Grey Valentin!:)

Theodora_Phoenix Says:


I don't like this name at all. Nor do I like Valentine, Valentina, or Valentino. It's just too much.

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Guest Says:


How is this name pronounced? Like the holiday?