Alora vs. Elora?

Which spelling do you prefer: Alora or [name]Elora[/name]?

[name]Elora[/name]. Alora looks too much like Aloha to me. [name]Do[/name] you pn this ‘a-laura’?

[name]Elora[/name]. I’m assuming the pronunciation is a bit different and I prefer the el- sound more than the uh- sound.

Another [name]Elora[/name] vote!

Yes. They both would be pronounced [name]AH[/name]-laura.

[name]Elora[/name]. Much prettier.

I prefer [name]Elora[/name]. But why not [name]Eliora[/name]? I think it has a nicer flow to it. It also means “light” in Hebrew.

While I am getting a little tired of all the “[name]El[/name]-” names, my vote is for [name]Elora[/name]. Alora looks like “Aloha” at first glance :wink:

Prefer [name]Elora[/name] because Alora reminds me of the French word, “Alors,” which means “then” so they use it as connective tissue all the time!

[name]Elora[/name] - looks more feminine and prettier to me!

Yes. They both would be pronounced AH-laura.

I have to say Alora, because there’s no way I’d say [name]Elora[/name] that way.