Thyra meaning and origin

Gender: Girl
Origin: Old Norse, Danish, German, Scandinavian and English
Usage: German, Scandinavian, Swedish, Finnish, Danish and Norwegian
Meaning: Thunder, Fight and Battle
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Lofty and Venerable girl name Thyra is originated from Old Norse, Scandinavian, English, German and Danish which is used notably in German, Norwegian, Finnish, Danish, Swedish and Scandinavian languages, meaning of Thyra is "Thunder God, Fight or Battle". Thyra is variant form of acclaimed Tyra. Tyra is a variation of well-liked and perennial Thyra. Of Old Norse origin, Well-Liked and Perennial Tyra, Tyra means "Light and Thor Flight". Thyra is Latin cognate of Thyri.

Variants of Thyra

Thira, Tyra, Thora, Thordis, Tora, Þóra, Tyri, Thyrvi, Thor, Victoria, Þórr, Tyree, Þyríðr, Þýrví

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Popularity of Thyra

Thyra is a unique baby name in United States, it has been in use since 1896 and was able to reach the top 800 names. In 1904, it achieved its highest ever ranking of 755 on girl names chart when 30 babies were named Thyra. Over 1249 babies in United States have been named Thyra. The name is a rare baby name in England and Wales still in use today. And also in Belgium. Also, Thyra is a familiar name in Ghana. As per our research, over 2000 babies have been bestowed Thyra around the globe.

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Thyra in Nordic countries

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Numerological aspects of Thyra

To have dreams you want to accomplish means having a reason to wake up in the morning. You don't want anyone standing on your way or messing with your life just like you stay out of other people's lives and don't get in their way of success. When it comes to love, you are a passionate lover but hard to commit. Wait until you find the right one. You are a team player who loves to hang around and work on different projects with different minds.

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