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Thörnqvist or Thornqvist is a Swedish surname that may refer to:

Anna Thörnqvist is a Swedish footballer. She last played as a midfielder for FC Rosengård in the Damallsvenskan.

Jan Thörnqvist

Anders Jan-Eric Törnqvist is a Swedish Navy vice admiral. He is currently the Chief of Operations (Insatschef) of the Swedish Armed Forces.

Owe Thörnqvist Swedish singer

Owe Thörnqvist is a Swedish singer-songwriter and revue artist. Since the 1960s he has lived in Spain and Florida in the winter for health reasons, and in Sweden in the summers. He has also made regular concert tours in Sweden.

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