Meaning The meaning of the name Valley is Between The Mountains,
Origin The origin of the name Valley is American, ,
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Extroverted, energetic, resourceful and adventurous, you are impatient and hungry for the taste of life! You'll approach many forks along your path, and you'll welcome each change as a new opportunity. Change is the name of the game for you, as is championing freedom. You are a born progressive, forward-thinking, liberal and super resourceful. You are also active, daring, non-conventional, unpredictable, and attracted by physical senses and indulgences. Pragmatic and opportunistic, you can be very persuasive. You will succeed in any career that calls for energizing power rather than routine.
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This is the culture in which the name originated, or in the case of a word, the language.
Valley as a girl's name refers to a low spot in a landscape..
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A SoCal term that was popular in the 80's-90's. The Valley is short for the region comprising the San Fernando Valley. A way of speaking, consistently using the words: like, totally, dude, dudette.
Hey dude are you from the valley? I'm totally from the valley.
The area between a woman's breasts
She has two great big hills separated by a fruitful valley.
Someone from a non-coastal city, such as San Jose, but likes to visit the nearby coastal city, such as Santa Cruz. They are hated severely by the locals, and we all wish they would just go away and stop crowding our beaches. When driving by the beach during summer or weekends, the phrase "fuckin valleys" can be heard frequently.
Valley Bug Out. Fuck the Valleys.
Someone who lives in the CA vallies(for example tracy) who come to the coast and tries to surf
Look at the valley trying to surf!
1 the valleys of wales, ex-mining areas usually with a lot of poverty and drug problems and crime. 2 people from the valleys of Wales. they normally go into town (Cardiff or Swansea), every Friday night, drink copious amounts of beer, letch, and start fights (the Valley Girls usually worse than the Valley Boys). Battle scars and pub bans worn with pride. Usually chavs, or slightly classier ones townies.
don't go into Cardiff on a Friday night, it's full of valleys
DEFINITION: A person who does not live in a coastal community, lives inland, but does visit the coast on occassion. Most often used to describe such a person when they are on the beach, or a tourist (also see kook or barney). IDENTIFICATION AND USAGE: Valleys usually stick out like a sore thumb. Sometimes they wear hawaiian shirts or other clothes they think a surfer would wear (but no surfer wears that kind of poser stuff so they stick out). If you see someone littering on the beach, chances are it's a valley. Old people and people that have their crap together usually don't get labeled 'valley' even if they are from out of town. The term is usually only used to describe meatheads or gangsters with their bimbo girlfriends sitting around their boombox listening to atrocious valley music and boogie boarding. However, if you fit the description of kook, and are from the valley, you are definately a valley, no matter how nice you are. On occassion, the term can be used against an entire family, but only if the dad is a maggot, the wife is a bimbo, and the kids are total brats. However, young children are usually are exempt. If you see someone being rescued by a lifeguard, or if the coast guard helicopter has to come and save someone, it's usually to pick up some valley. Most locals can either swim or know better.
When I was surfing today there were so many valleys in my way trying to boogie board I decided to come in and go home before I lost it and kicked someone's ass.
The Valley (Fortitude Valley) in inner-city Brisbane contains a high percentage of Brisbanes clubs and pubs, homeless persons and drug scene. Particularly on Friday and Saturday nights, the Valley is populated with clubbers both young and old, either hitting the piss or possibly more illicit drugs in the hard dance clubs. During the day, the Valley is home to most of Brisbanes homeless population, busling with life in its multitude of boutique clothing stores and chinese food shops.
Trent thought he could gain access to a Valley club early sunday morning. In his intoxicated state howerver, he was unfortunately beaten and subsequently rolled by a bouncer who took his money and his dignity.
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