Valerius

Valerius is the nomen of gens Valeria, one of the oldest patrician families of Rome. The name was in use throughout Roman history. In imperial times it was frequently treated as a personal name.

Possible Latin forms include, in the nominative:

  • Valerius, masculine singular
  • Valeria, feminine singular
  • Valerii, masculine plural
  • Valeriae, feminine plural
  • Valerianus, masculine adoptive
  • Valeriana, feminine adoptive

Read more about Valerius:  History, Branches of The Gens Valeria, Notable Members of The gens Valeria, Other Uses of The Name Valerius, Legendary Ancestor of Hungarian Royalty

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Famous quotes containing the word valerius:

    I do not like you, Sabidius; I cannot say why.
    This only can I say: I do not like you.
    —Marcus Valerius Martial (c. 40–104)

    My sweetest Lesbia let us live and love,
    And though the sager sort our deeds reprove,
    Let us not weigh them: Heav’n’s great lamps do dive
    Into their west, and straight again revive,
    But soon as once set is our little light,
    Then must we sleep one ever-during night.
    Catullus [Gaius Valerius Catullus] (84–54 B.C.)

    Ye Cupids, droop each little head,
    Nor let your wings with joy be spread:
    My Lesbia’s favourite bird is dead,
    Whom dearer than her eyes she loved.
    Catullus [Gaius Valerius Catullus] (84–54 B.C.)