What does Elora mean?
32 related forms via Eleanor: El, Elanor, Eleanora, Elen, Elena▲, Eleni, Elenor, Elenora▼, Elenore, Eleonora, Elianora, Elienora, Elinor▼, Elinore, Ella▲, Elle▲, Ellen▼, Ellenora, Elli, Ellie▲, Ellin, Elly, Ellyn, Elna▼, Elnora▼, Elyn, Enora, Lenora▼, Leora▼, Nora▲, Norah▲ and Nore.Creative forms:
(female) Elira, Eloza, ..
(male) Eloeri, Elore, .. Middle name pairings:
Elora Katalina (E.K.), ..
How popular is Elora?
Elora is an unusual given name for women. Elora is an equivalently uncommon last name too for both adults and children. (2000 U.S. Census)
Elora entered the list in 1990 and reached its highest position of #963 in the U.S. in 2015. (2015 Birth Statistics)
Which version is better?with its source form and related girl names. Ella (#18 in recent rankings), Nora (#41), Ellie (#47), Eleanor (#60), Elena (#106), Norah (#159), Elle (#398), Ellen (#705), Elinor (#1413), Eleanora (#1468), Elly (#1474), Eleni (#1595), Lenora (#1634), Elenore, Leora, Elnora, Elinore, Elna, Elli, Elenor, Eleonora, Ellyn and Elenora are the popular alternative forms of Elora (#963 in recent rankings) rated in the Top 2000. Other forms, like Elanor, are uncommon. Adoption of these relations of Elora is at its apex presently (usage of 2.2%), except for forms such as Elnora which have fallen out of style. The more fashionable girl names among these are Nora, Ellie, Norah, Elena, Elora, Elle and Ella.
Elora▲ is alike in pronunciation to Alloura, Allura, Alura, Alurea, Eleora, Eleri, Eliora, Eliorah, Elleora, Elliora, Ellura, Elwira, Ilari and Ilaria. Other recommended names are Amora▲, Azora, Bora, Clara▼, Clora, Delora, Deora, Drora, Eidra, Eigra, Eilona, Eira, Elana, Elata, Elba, Eldora, Eldoria (see Eldora), Elika, Elina, Elita, Eliza▲, Elka, Ellba, Ellga, Ellma, Ellona, Elmira▼, Elmyra, Elodea, Elodia, Elois, Elon, Elona, Elonna, Elsa, Elsha, Elssa, Eltha, Elvia, Elvyra, Elysa, Elyza, Emera, Enola, Eudora, Eydra, Fiora, Flora▼, Glora, Glorra, Liora, Lora▼, Mora, Noora, Rora, Talora, Thora, Tora, Valora, Velora and Zora▼. These names tend to be more commonly used than Elora.See names in meaning and etymology.