I'm finding the name Tor for a boy on some baby name lists, so it probably exists. (Nobody I know of bears it, though - can't find it on any famous figures, etc.) It's spelled úåø and I would guess that it comes from the Hebrew word for a type of dove.
It's also the word for a line, as in waiting in line, and for an appointment, but I really don't think those are possible meanings of the name. Bird names have a history of being used - the names Shahaf, Daya and Yonah for example.
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