Both the origin and meaning of Tori is inherited by all variant forms.
In addition, Tori is a short form (English and Latin) of Victoria (English, German, Romanian, and Spanish).
Tori is a classic favorite. Today it is still a somewhat popular baby girl name, but not to the degree it was before. The name's popularity jumped from the 1950s up to the 1990s; before that, it was of very light use only. At the modest peak of its usage in 1994, 0.114% of baby girls were given the name Tori. It had a ranking of #142 then. The baby name has experienced a loss in popularity since then. In 2015, its usage was 0.018% and its ranking #818. Out of the family of girl names directly linked to Tori, Victoria was the most popular. In 2015, it was more commonly used than Tori by 22 times.
† English pronunciation for Tori: T as in "tee (T.IY)" ; AO as in "ought (AO.T)" ; R as in "race (R.EY.S)" ; IY as in "eat (IY.T)"
A famous person named Tori is Tori Amos, Singer, born Myra Ellen Amos 22 August 1963, Newton, North Carolina.