- valdés, armando palacio,
- vale of glamorgan,
- valediction forbidding mourning, a,
Origin of vale
ave atque vale
Examples from the Web for vale
Of course the Lady Regent of the Vale was standing placidly beside the open Moon Door, the wind rustling her robes.Game of Thrones’ Ep. 7 ‘Mockingbird’ Recap: Conscious Coupling (and Uncoupling)|Andrew Romano|May 19, 2014|DAILY BEAST
She serves as acting commander of the 5th Military Police Battalion in the Vale do Paraíba, in São Paulo state.
Vania has headed Human Resources and Corporate Services, in addition to the Vale Foundation.
She lies buried beside her beloved Piozzi at Tremeirchion church in the Vale of Clwyd.
Prince Henry, it will be remembered, speaks of the Vale of Edeyrnion as a fine and populous country.Owen Glyndwr and the Last Struggle for Welsh Independence|Arthur Granville Bradley
Sober common sense pointed out that Vale's account was fully verified.Operation Terror|William Fitzgerald Jenkins
But even there and then I slept and dreamed that I was walking with my love in the vale of Waveney.Montezuma's Daughter|H. Rider Haggard
The love making of Charlotte and Vale provides another transitional “scene.”Dramatic Technique|George Pierce Baker
The upland lawns, which hang at immense heights above the vale, next caught my attention.Italy; with sketches of Spain and Portugal|William Beckford
Word Origin for vale
river-land between two ranges of hills, c.1300, from Old French val "valley," from Latin vallem (nominative vallis, valles) "valley." Vale of years "old age" is from "Othello." Vale of tears "this world as a place of trouble" is attested from 1550s.