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Origin of the name TOR.
Etymology of the name TOR.
Meaning of the baby name TOR.

  

TOR.  Scandinavian.  A form of Old Norse Þórr (Thórr), the name of a god of "thunder."

... Now in the Scandinavian mythology there is no name more prominent than that of Thor or Tor, and this prefix is a certain indication of the presence of the Northmen in any country in which it is found... (Varronianus, Donaldson, 1852)

TOR.  Arthurian.  The first knight of the Round Table, perhaps from Celtic tor, "hill."

    Tor (Sir), the natural son of king Pellinore and the wife of Aries the cowherd.  He was the first of the knights of the Round Table.—Sir T. Malory, History of Prince Arthur, i. 24 (1470). (The Reader's Handbook of Famous Names in Fiction, Brewer, 1910)

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