The mystery and meaning of the name Valerian
The male Russian personal name Valeryan (also found in the form of Valerian) comes from the Latin possessive adjective valerius (valerius), meaning «Valery’s descendant». Valeria was an ancient Roman patrician genus. In addition, Valerianus is an epithet of Mars in Roman mythology.
The name is derived from Valeo (valeo), translated from Latin as “being strong”, “healthy”.
The traditional church form of the name is Valerian. Russian namebook contains an etymologically related name Valery. In the Christian name, Valerian is associated with several early Christian saints: the martyr Valerian, who died in 166, who suffered for the faith along with St.
Justin the Philosopher; Valerian of Rome (died in 230), the bridegroom of St.. Cikilia (Cecilia); Valerian Trapezundsky, victims of faith during the persecutions of Christians Emperor Diocletian (end of III century) and others. Paired female name Valeria.
Numerology of the male name Valerian
Two in the name of Valerian symbolizes flexibility and perseverance. There are few such people and all because of the qualities that are present, alas, not many. This is kindness, responsiveness, understanding.
At the same time, he can, when required, show hardness and inflexibility. Valerian is able to reasonably defend his point of view, without reducing the dispute to a quarrel and insults. A more detailed numerological analysis of the name can be obtained here.
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