- means "sweetheart, especially one chosen or greeted on February 14." Related to the Christian Feast of St. Valentine's Day; the word valentine itself comes from the Latin verb valeo, valentis, which means to "be strong or fare well"
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– valedictorian, prevalent/prevail, (antonym - invalid)
– "I choo-choo-choose you to be my Valentine this year."
ABBREVIATION OF THE WEEK:
BVMH (Beatae Virginis Mariae Honorem) - BVMH means "for the honor of the Blessed Virgin Mary" and is often written on the top corner of papers and tests (along with AMDG) by Catholic/Jesuit high school students.
GUESS THE APHORISM:
Early to bed and early to rise...
...makes a man healthy, wealthy, and wise.
(Benjamin Franklin in Poor Richard's Almanack)