Smallish asteroid 299 Thora is a fairly typical main belter, discovered on October 6th 1890 by Johann Palisa. It is about 17 km wide, and zooms around the Sun every 1,387 days at 19 km/second.
If you have access to a reasonably hefty telescope you might want to look for Thora. It’s in Pisces for the next few months (late 2019) , before drifting off in the direction of Taurus. Check out In-The-Sky.org or a similar site for detailed location advice.
The name Thora was chosen by a Professor Schlieber of Berlin, after the Germanic and Norse god of thunder and lightning, Thor. According to Norse legend, Thor was the son of Odin, and husband of Sif (although, as with the Greek gods, this didn’t stop him fathering children by other women). Thor, as you are probably aware, carried a hammer capable of flattening mountains, and had Thursday named in his honour.
So, if you know anyone named Thora, tell them they can blame it on their pagan Viking parents.