Type Settlement & Region
Pronounced Pron. /ba.ˈlen.θja/(European Spanish) /ba.ˈlen.sja/(Latin American Spanish)  [key·simplify]

Meaning & History

The name of a city and surrounding region in eastern Spain, originally named in Latin Valentia (Edetanorum) meaning "strength (of the Edetani people)", and derived from Latin valentius "strength, vigour", from valens "strong, vigorous". Besides the city in Spain, this is also the name of a city in Venezuala.

Related Names

Other Languages & CulturesValentia(Ancient Roman) València(Catalan) Valence(French)
Surname DescendantValencia(Spanish)
Same SpellingValència
User SubmissionValência
Entry updated May 29, 2020