Torah Name Meaning & Origin
Origin of the name Tara:
Transferred use of an Irish place-name belonging to a hill in central Ireland, which was an ancient seat of kingship. Tara (hill) was used by Margaret Mitchell for the name of a plantation in her epic Gone With the Wind, resulting in the use of it as a female given name
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The Torah is the Jewish name for the first five books of the Hebrew Jewish Law.
Also known to have derived from Irish history/roots an a additional version of the name TARA.
Japanese associate the pronounce name of "Tora" with no "h" as the animal (TIGER)
Thora and Torah are anagrams of each other; they contain the same letters.
- Personal experiences with the name Torah: | Edit
I thought it was beautiful!
I named my daughter Torah Niamh (pronounced Neeve) in March 2014. Just like Torah Jane Bright the Olympic snowboarder. Her mother has said she was named Torah with the meaning being "the bearer of great spiritual messages". I think my Torah suits her name, she is gentle and pure but will be strong minded!!
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Tor, Tor-Tor, Tori, Ra-ra, Torz, Tor Bug, Miss T
- Meanings and history of the name Torah: | Edit
Apart from the Torah being the equivalent as the "bible" to Jewish!! The name Torah has the meaning "bearer of a great spiritual message" and is also known as "teachings"
Tora in Japanese means "Tiger"
Torah also is derived from the name Tara meaning Hill in Ireland
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Torah Jane Bright Origin/Culture/Country: Australian
Torah Jane Bright: is an Australian snowboarder. She turned pro at age 14 and finished fifth in snowboarding at the 2006 Winter Olympics in Torino, Italy. She lives and trains in the area of Salt Lake City, Utah, USA. She won gold in the 2010 Winter Olympics in the halfpipe
Torahiko Terada (Nickname: Torah) Origin/Culture/Country: Japanese
Torahiko Terada: was a Japanese physicist and author who was born in Tokyo. He was a professor at Tokyo Imperial University, and worked on a wide range of topics in physics. Also, he was a professor at the Earthquake Research Institute.As an author, he studied under Natsume Soseki, who was a teacher at his high school in Kumamoto. Terada is best known for his numerous essays.
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