Valerie
Origin/Usage
Latin
Pronunciation
VAL-ə-ree
Meaning
Powerful, strong
More info about the name "Valerie"

Valerie originates in Latin language and means "powerful, strong". It is a feminine form of Valerius, and was derived into English via French. Saint Valerie was a Roman virgin martyr. It has been one of the most popular girls' names since the 18th centrury.

Popularity of the Name Valerie
Also Spelled Like...

Val, Valaree, Valarey, Valari, Valaria, Valarie, Valeree, Valeri, Valeria, Valery, Valleree, Vallerie, Vallery, Vallorey, Vallorie, Vallory, Valorie, Waleria

Famous Valeries

Valerie Bertinelli - actress
Valerie Bloom - writer
Valerie Cruz - actress
Valerie Frankel - writer
Valerie Ghent - jazz artist
Valerie Harper - actress
Valerie Hobson - actress
Valerie Leon - actress
Valerie Martin - writer
Valerie Perrine - actress
Valerie Simpson - musician
Valerie West - writer
Valerie Worth - writer
Valerie Singleton - TV and radio presenter

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