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Names That Mean Tori

309 names found for "Tori"   (page 1 of 7) 

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Looking for names that mean Tori? We couldn't find the exact name Tori, but listed below are some first names meaning Tori or names similar to the word Tori.

Similar Names

Taro | Thor | Thorir | Tiria | Tor | Tore | Torey | Torio | Toro | Torr |

Related Names

Abhijay  (Hindu)
Victorious
Abhijaya  (Hindu)
Victorious
Abhijit  (Indian)
one who is victorious (Abhijeet)
Abhijit  (Indian)
one who is victorious (Abhijeet)
Actoris  (Latin)
Son of Azeus
Ailpean  (Gaelic)
Very Old Name in Common Use in Scotland. The Origin and Historical Development of This Name is Not Known. Variations: Ailpein, Alpine
Ajay  (Hindu)
Victorious
Albert  (English)
Noble, Bright. from the Old German Name Adalbert. Famous Bearers: Prince Albert Was Queen Victoria's Consort Who Gave Enthusiastic Support to the Applications of Science. Albert Einstein Discovered th
Alberta  (English)
Feminine Form of Albert from the Old German Adalbert Meaning Noble and Bright. The Canadian Province Alberta Was Named for Queen Victoria and Prince Albert's Daughter Princess Louise Alberta, Who Was
Albertina  (English)
Feminine Form of Albert from the Old German Adalbert Meaning Noble and Bright. Albert Became Popular in England After Queen Victoria Married Prince Albert in Noble, Bright
Albertine  (English)
Feminine Form of Albert from the Old German Adalbert Meaning Noble and Bright. Albert Became Popular in England After Queen Victoria Married Prince Albert In
Alexandrina  (English)
Feminine Form of Greek Alexander Meaning Defender of Man, Common in Britain. Queen Victoria's First Name Was Alexandrina
Alric  (German)
Rules All. The Historical Gothic King Who Plundered Rome in A.D
Alrick  (German)
Rules All. The Historical Gothic King Who Plundered Rome in A.D
Art  (English)
Diminutive of Arthur: from the Roman Clan Name Artorius, Meaning Noble, Courageous. Famous Bearer: Legendary Sixth Century King Arthur of Britain and His Round Table of Knights.
Artemidorus  (Shakespearean)
'The Tragedy of Julius Caesar' a Teacher of Rhetoric
Arthur  (English)
From the Roman Clan Name Artorius, Meaning Noble, Courageous. Famous Bearer: Legendary Sixth Century King Arthur of Britain and His Round Table of Knights
Arthuretta  (English)
Feminine Form of Arthur: from the Roman Clan Name Artorius, Meaning Noble, Courageous. Famous Bearer: Legendary Sixth Century King Arthur of Britain and His Round Table of Knights
Arthurina  (English)
Feminine Form of Arthur: from the Roman Clan Name Artorius, Meaning Noble, Courageous. Famous Bearer: Legendary Sixth Century King Arthur of Britain and His Round Table of Knights
Arthurine  (English)
Feminine Form of Arthur: from the Roman Clan Name Artorius, Meaning Noble, Courageous
Artie  (English)
Diminutive of Arthur: from the Roman Clan Name Artorius, Meaning Noble, Courageous. Famous Bearer: Legendary Sixth Century King Arthur of Britain and His Round Table of Knights
Arty  (English)
Diminutive of Arthur: from the Roman Clan Name Artorius, Meaning Noble, Courageous. Famous Bearer: Legendary Sixth Century King Arthur of Britain and His Round Table of Knights
Asa  (Hebrew)
Physician. Asa Was the Name of an Old Testament King of Judah, and After Disuse, the Name Was Revived by Puritans. Famous Bearer: Historian Asa Briggs.Healer
Athangelos  (Armenian)
Name of a Historian
Azfar  (Muslim)
Most Victorious
Bede  (Anglo Saxon)
Name of a Historian
Berenice  (English)
Victorious
Bhictoria  (Scottish)
Victory; Form of Victoria. (Veek-tor-ee-ah)
Bixenta  (Basque)
Victorious
Brends  (Latin)
Victorious
Buach  (Irish)
Victorious
Buadhachan  (Gaelic)
Victorious
Buagh  (Irish)
Victorious
Buddug  (Welsh)
Welsh Form of Victoria: Victory
Cael  (Celtic/Gaelic)
Victorious People
Caelan  (Celtic/Gaelic)
Victorious People
Carney  (Irish)
Champion; Victorious
Carney  (Gaelic)
Victorious
Carny  (Irish)
Variant of Carney: Champion; Victorious
Catori  (Native American)
Spriti
Catori  (Native American)
Spirit (Hopi)
Catori  (Native American)
Spirit
Cearnach  (Irish)
Victorious
Cearnach  (Gaelic)
Victorious
Cicero  (Greek)
The Historian
Clio  (Greek)
Celebrate. Abbreviation of Clotilde and Cleopatra. Clio Was the Mythological Muse of Historic Poetry
Coleta  (Spanish)
Victorious
Coletta  (French)
Victorious. Variant of Nicolette
Colette  (French)
Necklace. Victorious. A Middle Ages Feminine Form of Nicholas Which Was Originally a Diminutive of Nicolette. Famous Bearers - Th Century French Nun St Colette, and Th Century French Writer Colette
Colletta  (French)
Victorious. Variant of Nicolette
309 names found for "Tori"   (page 1 of 7) 

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