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In Polynesian mythology, Toru is the god of the ocean depths and abysses.


Tōru is also a Japanese given name. It can be expressed as several kanji (Including 徹).


Several individuals have the given name Tōru, including:

Several fictional characters have the given name Tōru, including:


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Torus - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (649 words)
In geometry, a torus (pl. tori) is a doughnut-shaped surface of revolution generated by revolving a circle about an axis coplanar with the circle.
The sphere is a special case of the torus obtained when the axis of rotation is a diameter of the circle.
Intuitively speaking, this means that a closed path that circles the torus' "hole" (say, a circle that traces out a particular latitude) and then circles the torus' "body" (say, a circle that traces out a particular longitude) can be deformed to a path that circles the body and then the hole.
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