Duval

Duval or DuVal is a surname, literally translating from French to English as "of the valley". It derives from the Norman "Devall", which has both English and French ties. Variant spellings include: Davolls, Deavall, DeVile, Devill, Deville, Divall, Divell and de Eyvill. Its meaning is derived from the French town of Deville, Ardennes. "Devall" was first recorded in England in the Domesday Book.

In France, variant spellings include: Lavalle, Lavallie, Laval, Lavall, Deval, Lavell, Lavelle and Lavielle. The Duval surname has also been spelled some other ways including DeVall, Devoll, DeVol, Duvall, DeValle and Devaulle. Provided by Wikipedia

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by Duval, Sue
Published 2011
Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality

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by Duval, Jules
Published 1850
E. De Soye

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by Duval, Romain
Published 2009
OECD Publishing

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by Duval, Sue
Published 2011
Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality

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by Duval, Romain
Published 2022
International Monetary Fund

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by Duval, Romain
Published 2021
International Monetary Fund

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by Duval, Romain
Published 2021
International Monetary Fund

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by Duval, Romain
Published 2022
International Monetary Fund

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by Duval, Antoine
Published 2024
Bloomsbury Academic
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by Duval, Romain
Published 2008
OECD Publishing

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by Duval, Romain
Published 2017
International Monetary Fund

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by Duval, Romain
Published 2017
International Monetary Fund