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This is a cool name for a boy. Sounds handsome, rugged and smart.
― Anonymous User  8/30/2006
Amazing name! I also love Sören.
Mommy2B  9/10/2006
I don't care for this name. It reminds me of "torn" or the tearing of flesh (much like the name Tallon). I see the appeal though, just not my style.
Kitten  1/19/2007
Toryn Green is the lead singer of the rock band Fuel.
Brenna  12/27/2007
I LOVE this name. "Chief" is a good meaning, too. I also love that you can use Tor for a nickname, which means "thunder" in Scandinavian.
Varuca  12/21/2008
In Welsh Gaelic it means 'little-prince'.
kai-kaiden  7/9/2011
The above poster is incorrect; Welsh Gaelic doesn't exist. Gaelic (Irish and Scottish) and Welsh are both Celtic languages, but they aren't really related linguistically.
Morgaine  8/6/2013
The Gaelic languages are actually Irish, Scottish and Manx. A lot of people forget Manx.
― Anonymous User  12/30/2014
I like the name Torin. I probably wouldn't use it for one of my own theoretical children, since it does remind me of the word "torn" personally, but it's a name I wouldn't hesitate to use for a character. Admittedly, I also really like the name since it reminds me of the name Thorin, and I love Tolkien's works.
Morgaine  8/6/2013
The name Torin was given to 137 boys born in the US in 2015.
HerculePoirot  6/22/2016

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