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  1. Valentine, St.

    • IPA[sānt ˈvalənˌtīn]

    美式

    • ph.
      either of two early Italian saints (who may have been the same person) traditionally commemorated on February 14—a Roman priest martyred c. 269 and a bishop of Terni martyred at Rome. St. Valentine was regarded as the patron of lovers.