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|Region of origin||Nordic|
|Related names||Eivør, Eyvor, Øivor, Øyvor, Eivör, Eyvör|
Eivor, Eivør or Øyvor is a female given name originating from the Old Norse word auja, meaning "treasure/gift" or maybe ey-, meaning "island" and -varr meaning "careful", or the Proto-Norse word *warjaR, meaning "defending". The Old Norse form of the name was Eyvǫr. The name is most widespread in Norway, and minor used in the rest of the Nordic region.
- Eivør Pálsdóttir (born 1983), known professionally as Eivør, Faroese singer-songwriter
- Eivor Bergum
- Eivor Evenrud
- Eivor Vindenes
- Øyvor Bakke
- Øyvor Dalan Vik
- Øyvor Hansson (1893–1975), Norwegian politician
- "Eivor". Nordicnames.de.
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