Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Valentine"

The meaning of "Valentine" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does Valentine's day mean?
A: It's a romantic holiday. People give each other gifts. Usually candy, flowers, or valentines (heart-shaped cards)
Q: What does
Waking up to BOTH my Valentine's got me like 😍 LOVE these two with all that I am!  mean?
A: it means that i love waking up to seeing my valentine "lover or friend" has me happy
Q: What does Would you be my Valentine? mean?
A: During Valentine's day (Feb 14th), people ask if they want to be each other's Valentines. Valentine's day is celebrating young love, so people tell each other that they love each other (only if they are boyfriend-girlfriend). "Will you be my Valentine" is rarely spoken, but seen on many holiday items, asking if someone wants to be their "date" for that day.
Q: What does Valentine's Day is around the corner mean?
A: around the corner = very soon, very close

Translations of "Valentine"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? Valentine day
alentine day
lentine day
entine day
ntine day
tine day
ine day
ne day
e day
day
ay
ayyy
ayyyyy roll me a blunt

--> yup. Every year. come light up wit me baby.

Can you guys explain them in English? plz let me know their meanings. thx.:)
A:

I’m not sure if it’s because:
1: she broke down the word all the way to the letters AY and made the transition to AYYYYY which would start the sentence, Ayyyyy roll me a blunt.

Or, 2: because visually, if you look above, the whole thing looks like a blunt/cigarette but the breakdown of the word Valentine’s Day looks like the smoke coming from the words Roll me a blunt. (That’s far fetched, though. I’m just taking a guess.)
If these are lyrics, I don’t know why at all. Sorry.
Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? Valentine
A: Check the question to view the answer
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? where is my Valentine chocolate?と来たのですが何と返すのがいいでしょうか
A: Where is my Valentine's Day chocolate?

Other questions about "Valentine"

Q: "I just spent my Valentine's Day alone by listening to this song on repeat. John Legend is really a freaking legend and his performance is on another level when it comes to performing live on the stage. Lindsey Stirling made it look even emotional with her flawless violin chords. I absolutely loved every second of it. To all the singles out there, we all shouldn't be worrying about not finding a perfect partner on this Valentine's day, because being single is far better than being in a complicated, fake and meaningless relationship. It may take years to find a perfect match for your life, until then you have to be patient towards your lonely soul." does this sound natural?
A: I just spent my Valentine's Day alone listening to this song on repeat. John Legend really is a freaking legend, and is on another level when it comes to performing live on the stage. Lindsey Stirling made it sound even more emotional with her flawless violin chords. I absolutely loved every second of it. To all the singles out there: we shouldn't be worrying about not finding a perfect partner this Valentine's day, because being single is far better than being in a complicated, fake and meaningless relationship. It may take years to find a perfect match. Until then you have to be patient towards your lonely soul.
Q: Valentine's day is only two days left. does this sound natural?
A: Valentine's day is only two days away.

You could also say: There are only two days left until Valentine's day.
Q: I think we should date on Valentine's day does this sound natural?
A: I think we should go on a date on Valentine's day
Q: 'She hates Valentine's Day simply because she's single. According to her, this would be the day that idiots love to celebrate, even when they know they'll end up dating in a maximum of four months.' does this sound natural?
A: this is close to perfect honestly
the only thing i see wrong is that you make these really short stops after pronouncing each word(perfectly pronounced)


"this would be the day that idiots love to celebrate" "they know they'll end up dating in a maximum of four months"

these are the words that i can hear that in.

ill show you what it sounds like to me

1st is how you say it
2nd me saying it
Q: I put Valentine sweets for you on the chair inside your entrance. does this sound natural?
A: Or: I put a Valentines gift for you on the chair inside your entrance.

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