- Paul [pawl] /pɔl/, 1871–1945, French poet and philosopher.
- a female given name.
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Contemporary Examples of valery
Mikhail and Valery tried to get his body out of the area controlled by separatists, but finally had to leave him there.Bitter Survivors and Caravans of Coffins from Ukraine’s “Eastern Boiler”
September 14, 2014
In an interview with The Daily Beast on Tuesday, the newly-appointed Minister of Defense, Valery Geletei, echoed this sentiment.Ukraine Denies Deadly Grad Rocket Attacks on Donetsk
July 23, 2014
Valery, Alexey, Sergei, and Vitaliy had mixed feelings about that operation.Ukraine Families Flee Into the Forest to Escape Brutal Fighting in Sloviansk
June 10, 2014
The Luhansk gunmen are led by Valery Bolotov, a former paratrooper.Ukraine Separatists Say No to Putin
May 8, 2014
But on Tuesday someone named Valery Kaurov—in Moscow—suddenly proclaimed himself the president of Novorossiya.‘New Russia’ on the Rise in Odessa
April 23, 2014
Historical Examples of valery
In the latter group the St. Valery apple, so often referred to, is an illustration.Vegetable Teratology
Maxwell T. Masters
Ah, Miss Valery, I wish you were a man, and could vote for us!
Agatha glanced at her husband, who stood talking to Miss Valery.
"He shall be—your husband will write," interposed Miss Valery.
Miss Valery's eye caught the writing; Nathanael gave it to her.
- Paul (pɔl). 1871–1945, French poet and essayist, influenced by the symbolists, esp Mallarmé. He wrote lyric poetry, rich in imagery, as in La Jeune Parque (1917) and Album de vers anciens 1890–1900 (1920)
Word Origin and History for valery
fem. proper name, French, from Latin fem. of Valerius, name of a Roman gens, from valere "to be strong" (see valiant).