Valentine's Day

Valentine's Day
also Valentine Day noun Date: 1668 February 14 observed in honor of St. Valentine and as a time for sending valentines

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  • Valentine's Day — UK / US noun [countable/uncountable] Word forms Valentine s Day : singular Valentine s Day plural Valentine s Days 14 February, the day on which people give cards and small presents to the person who they love …   English dictionary

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