[ syll. tu-rid, tur-id ] The baby girl name Turid has its origins in the Old Norse language and it is used largely in Scandinavian. It is derived from thor which means 'thunder, thunder god' ; fridr 'peace, beautiful, fair'. The generic name has been used in Germanic mythology.
Turid is a spelling variant of the Scandinavian Thurid.
Turid is the feminine equivalent of the Scandinavian Tord.
See also the related form, the English, Hebrew, and Scandinavian Tova.
Turid is uncommon as a baby girl name. It is not in the top 1000 names.