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Definition of Torved

Torved
Torved Torved, a. Stern; grim. See Torvous. [Obs.] But yesterday his breath Awed Rome, and his least torved frown was death. --J. Webster (1654).

Meaning of Torved from wikipedia

- Torve is a Norwegian surname. Notable people with this surname include: Kelvin Torve (born 1960), American baseball player Kristian Torve (born 1993)...
- Tõrve is a village in Põltsamaa Parish, Jõgeva County in Estonia. Cl****ification of Estonian administrative units and settlements 2014 (retrieved 8 March...
- Kelvin Curtis Torve (born January 10, 1960) is a former Major League Baseball player and current head coach of the American Legion Baseball Post 22 Hardhats...
- Kristian Torve (born 11 March 1993) is a Norwegian politician for the Labour Party. He served as a deputy representative to the Parliament of Norway from...
- Tove-Lise Torve (born 8 June 1964, in Sunndalsøra) is a Norwegian politician for the Norwegian Labour Party. She was mayor of Sunndal muni****lity in...
- be issued again. The number was given to first baseman-outfielder Kelvin Torve in 1990, by mistake. The number was later issued to Rickey Henderson in...
- 2019 season (with the exception of a minor league call-up named Kelvin Torve, who was inexplicably issued #24 in August 1990 before fan complaints prompted...
- Tourves (Torves in Occitan) is a commune in the Var department in the Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur region in southeastern France. Tourves is twinned with:...
- baseball program in Rapid City, South Dakota. The other two are Kelvin Torve and Mark Ellis. All three were graduates of Stevens High School. David S...
- folkminnesinstitutet, Uppsala. The latter part "sund" means sound, and "torve" has to do with fishing (a prehistoric Swedish word). Mårtenson, Jan (1985)...
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