A sentimental or humorous greeting card sent to a sweetheart, friend, or family member, for example, on Saint Valentine's Day. (noun)
A gift sent as a token of love to one's sweetheart on Saint Valentine's Day. (noun)
A person singled out especially as one's sweetheart on Saint Valentine's Day. (noun)
Examples of word valentine
From PaidContent, whose coverage of VC is really leading on the more quant soundbite side: Chicago-based RSS metrics firm FeedBurner gets a valentine from the hometown Sun-Times, which, of course, also has to explain what RSS is given the small numbers of actual subscribers or active internet users who even know about RSS or web feeds.
I would say that today my valentine is my mother who's waiting to hear this in La Crosse, Wisconsin, at 89 years old.
However #13 gets my vote as my valentine is a bird lover.
Whatever part, much or little, there may have been in Fitzpiers's so-called valentine to his wife, he felt a delight as of the bursting of spring when her brief reply came.
"I used to love elementary school when like everyone had to give everyone a valentine, which is so ridiculous because there's no way you feel that great about everyone around you in a class," said Wolk with a laugh.