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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.

People named Tore include:
  • Tore Austad (born 1935), Norwegian politician and former Minister of Education and Church Affairs
  • Tore Berger (born 1944), Norwegian sprint canoer
  • Tore Brovold (born 1970), Norwegian skeet shooter
  • Tore Gjelsvik (1916–2006), Norwegian geologist and polar explorer, and resistance fighter in World War II
  • Tore Haugen (born 1931), Norwegian politician
  • Tore Hedin (1927-1952), Swedish mass murderer
  • Tore Holm (1896-1977), Swedish sailor in numerous Olympic Games
  • Tore Johansson, Swedish record producer, composer and musician
  • Tore Johnsen (born 1969), Norwegian clergyman and leader of the Sami Church Council
  • Tore Lindbekk (born 1933), Norwegian sociologist and politician
  • Tore Lokoloko (born 1930), former Governor-General of Papua New Guinea
  • Tore Ørjasæter (1886-1968), Norwegian poet
  • Tore Østby (born 1972), songwriter, producer and guitarist
  • Tore Pedersen (born 1969), Norwegian retired football defender
  • Tore Pryser (born 1945), Norwegian historian and professor
  • Tore Reginiussen (born 1986), Norwegian footballer
  • Tore Renberg (born 1972), writer
  • Tore Schei (born 1946), Chief......
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