What does Tore mean?
Tore [tore] as a name for boys has its root in Old Norse, and Tore means "thunder; little hills". Tore is an alternate spelling of Thor (Old Norse). Tore is also a derivative of Torrence (Irish, Gaelic): place name.
(male) Tores, Toure, ..
(female) Torea, Tosa, .. Middle name pairings:
Tore Silas (T.S.), ..
How popular is Tore?
Tore is a rare first name for males. Tore is an equivalently unique last name too for both adults and children. (2000 U.S. Census)
Which version is better?with its source forms and related boy names. Popular varying forms of Tore (not in Top 2000) are Thorin (#1183 via latest list), Torin (#1296), Thor (#1436), Tyrus (#1938), Torry, Torrence, Tor and Torrey. Other forms, like Torre, are uncommon. These forms of Tore are at the apex of their popularity presently (adoption of 0.03%). (Top 2000 Names, 2015)
Tore is pronounced similarly to Tower and Tyr. Other recommended names are Dore, Dre, Gere, Gore, Imre, Jere, Moore, More, Tarek, Taren, Tareq, Taro, Tate▲, Tern, Thole, Thorn, Thorne, Thorp, Thorpe, Tige, Tigre, Tobe▼, Tobee, Tobey, Tobi, Tobie, Toby▼, Tod▼, Todd▼, Togo, Tom▼, Tome, Tomek, Tomeo, Tomey, Tomie, Tomm, Ton, Toney, Toni, Tonie, Tony▼, Toon, Toran, Torean, Toren, Torey, Torger, Toril, Torio, Torkel, Toro, Torrie, Toru, Tory▼, Tov, Tre▼, Trey▼, Troye, True, Tune, Turk, Tyce, Tye, Tyree, Tyrel, Vere and Ware. These names tend to be more frequently used than Tore.See names in meaning and etymology.