A.K.A. Elora Dannon or Dannan, most widely known as the baby in the movie Willow. A baby that was in mortal peril and fortold to save the world.

Celtic meaning: God presents the laurel to the victor
Willow is charged with taking care of Elora and becomes involved with Mad Martigan (sp?) leading to a great deal of drama and humor.
by tresdj April 29, 2011
Top Definition
The most gorgeous woman ever seen. Known to randomly throw out little adorable and hysterical one-liners. Very artistically talented. One who has no true idea of her true beauty, both inside and out. A very very special woman that has the love and admiration of a person willing to do almost anything for her.
Girl - That girl is so pretty...
Guy - Yah she's beautiful, she's really funny too
Girl - She's so elora!
by 123justin321 April 17, 2009
A very artist girl, she loves all kinds of art. Can be emotional. when she devolpes a crush, it tends to last a long time. she acts unfriendly, but deep down she cares. she has a hard time making friends, but once she makes a friend, its for life. if someone doesn't want to be friends anymore, she will fight for that friendship for a long time.
she has little value for herself, everyone else is better in her mind.
by night star December 13, 2010
One of the best of friends because of their kind nature. Eloras are usually the peace keepers of the group. They usually have brown hair and are not that tall. Eloras are good at soccer and love to go shopping. Eloras tend to get all of the guys. One of Eloras favorite foods is almonds.
Wow, that girl is so nice! Plus she is good at soccer. That must be an Elora.
by FrenchHornMaster June 02, 2016
The glow cast by any led, lcd, crt, or plasma light source. Candles, incandescents, neon, and fluorescent lighting does not cast an elora. cell phones, monitors, dj equipment all do cast an elora.
The elora of my cell phone after the power had gone out was both eery and reassuring.
by Ezmyrelda July 05, 2010
The glow of any electronic device, gadget or light source. Incandescent light bulbs, Candles, and Fluorescent lights do not emit an elora. LED, LCD, CRT, and Plasma light sources all do emit an elora.
The elora of the cell phone after the power had gone out was both eery and reassuring.
by Ezmyrelda July 04, 2010
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