Tore

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Tore is a Scandinavian boy's name. It is derived from the Old Norse name Tórir, which in turn is derived from Tórver, which is composed of tor which means thunder, and ver which means Giant. The most famous person by this name is probably Tore Hund, who killed Olaf II of Norway at the Battle of Stiklestad. Approximately 18 000 people in Norway are named Tore.[1]

People named Tore include:

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