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You are viewing the etymology of tore meaning: (Adjective) (dialectal, or, obsolete) Full; rich.. (dialectal, or, obsolete) Hard, difficult; wearisome, tedious.. (dialectal, or, obsolete) Strong, sturdy; great, massive.(dialectal, or, obsolete) Full; rich.. (dialectal, or, obsolete) Hard, difficult; wearisome, tedious.. (dialectal, or, obsolete) Strong, sturdy; great, massive.. You may also see other English etymologies of tore.
English word tore comes from Old English tor-, Old French torel, Old French tour, Old Norse tor-, Old English tor, Old English tūr, Old French toer.

Tore etymology history

Tore detailed word origin explanation

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
tor- Old English (ang)
torel Old French (fro)
tour Old French (fro)
tor- Old Norse (non)
tor Old English (ang)
tūr Old English (ang)
toer Old French (fro)
torr- Middle English (enm)
tore English (eng) (dialectal, or, obsolete) Full; rich.. (dialectal, or, obsolete) Hard, difficult; wearisome, tedious.. (dialectal, or, obsolete) Strong, sturdy; great, massive.

Words with the same origin as tore

Descendants of tor-
tor tower