Name Torah - meaning, origin, popularity 

Torah name meaning

What does Torah mean?

Gender: Girl
Origin: Japanese, Old Norse and Latin
Meaning: Thunder and God Thor
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Torah is resulted from Tora. Tora is a version of Thordis. Also Tora is form of customary and all time favorite Victoria. Tora is short version of names with "gate". Tora is feminine form of gates or. Also Tora is feminine variant of Tor. Tora's meaning is Thunder and God Thor has origin in Latin, Japanese and Old Norse.

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How popular is the name Torah?

In United States, Torah is a unique name where it has been in use since 1997 and has secured the place in top 6000 names. In 2010, it ranked 5239th when 26 girls were named Torah. Over 209 babies in United States have been named Torah. The moniker is a rare baby name in England and Wales, chances of it being still in use are very slim. Also, Torah is a familiar name in Cambodia. At least, 200 people around the globe have been given the name as per our findings.

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2018596520
2017778714
2016718216
2015668818
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What numerology tells about Torah?

Every challenge is there to sharpen your focus and improve your survival skills. You want to be financially stable and work hard to achieve this. However, you focus on the wrong things. It's strange but you enjoy being miserable sometimes. You are a lone wolf who can survive on his own because of his skills, highly developed sense of intuition, and the ability to provide for himself. Material success is not all that matters in life.

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Famous people named Torah

  • Torah Bright, Australian professional snowboarder

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