Other Origin(s):Hebrew
Meaning:Thunder; Turtledove
Tor is a masculine name of Norse origin, meaning “thunder.” Derived from the Norse god of thunder, Thor, Tor is a short and sweet title that packs a punch. If you know baby will have a mighty and thunderous spirit, you won’t go wrong with Tor. This lovely appellation also has roots in Hebrew, where it means “turtledove,” and is especially popular for spring babies when the turtledoves arrive. A beautiful name steeped in mysticism and nature, baby Tor will go far with such a striking title.
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