The name Valera originates from the Irish language, and the meaning of the name Valera is 'Valiant' or 'To Be Healthy, Strong.' With such a solid meaning to its background, Valera makes a charming baby name. So, turning back to history, Valera was seen to be at its peak popularity in 1910. Since then, the trend gradually decreased until 1960 before increasing again. Some of the name variants of Valera are Valentina, Valorie, Valere, Valesca, Vaiana, and Valeraine. The third president of Ireland was Eamon de Valera. Valera can also be used as a nickname and a surname. Another famous person is Alex Valera, a professional football player from Peru, playing for their clubs, 'Al Fateh' and the Peru National Team. Apart from these, Valera is an established Swiss hairdryer brand continuing from 1955. There is also a historical significance to this name, as a Roman Emperor named Valerian the Elder ruled Rome from 253 to 259. A synonym, 'Valeria' also refers to the fictional place where dragons resided in the popular HBO drama 'Game Of Thrones.'
Valera is most often associated with the gender: female.
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Spelling Of Valera
V-A-L-E-R-A, 6-letter female given name.