Definition of Tore. Meaning of Tore. Synonyms of Tore

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Definition of Tore

Tore
Tore Tore, imp. of Tear.
Tore
Tore Tore, n. [See Torus.] 1. (Arch.) Same as Torus. 2. (Geom.) (a) The surface described by the circumference of a circle revolving about a straight line in its own plane. (b) The solid inclosed by such a surface; -- sometimes called an anchor ring.

Meaning of Tore from wikipedia

- for other uses, see tore (disambiguation). tore is a scandinavian boy's name. it is derived from the old norse name thórir, which is composed of thorr
- tore 'spencer brown' Ørjasæter (3 march 1886, skjåk, oppland - 29 february 1968, skjåk) was a norwegian poet. the son of a teacher, he attended folk high
- tõre is a village in leisi parish, saare county in western estonia. coordinates: 58°31′11″n 22°48′23″e / 58.51972°n 22.80639°e / 58.51972; 22.80639
- tore zetterholm (1915–2001) was a swedish novelist, playwright and journalist. he made his literary debut in 1940 with the novel stora hoparegränd och
- t**** 'tore' ingvar sjöstrand (31 july 1921 – 26 january 2011) was a swedish steeplechase runner. he won a bronze medal at the 1946 european championships
- tore tønne (march 5, 1948 - december 20, 2002) was the norwegian minister of health and social affairs (responsible for social affairs) 2000-2001 in the
- for the turkish footballer, see gökhan töre. töre (kalix language: te'or) is a locality situated in kalix muni****lity, norrbotten county, sweden with
- tore viken holvik (born 21 october 1988) is a norwegian snowboarder from geilo. his greatest achievement is a third place in a february 2008 halfpipe event