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Gender: F Origin of Elora: Variation of Eliora Elora's Popularity in 2015: #963

While the etymology of the name is unclear, it's most likely a contraction of Eliora or Elnora. Despite the uncertain heritage, it's a winning construction, based on its El- prefix, the feminine three-syllable flow, and the a ending. It debuted in the US Top 1000 in 2015.

Elora Danan was a character in the 1988 fantasy film Willow.

Famous People Named Elora

Pop Culture References for the name Elora

Elora Danan, baby in 1988 film "Willow"
Elora the Faun, character in video game "Spyro the Dragon"
Queen Elora, mother of Princess Wendy in the Trylle Trilogy by Amanda Hocking
"Ellora," a group of monastic caves in India; Ellora was anglicized to "Elora" in the 19th century when a British military officer previously stationed in India founded the town of Elora in Ontario, Canada.