Alora

Meaning : My Dream,

Origin : African,

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Alora Expression, Alora Soul Urge, Alora Inner Dream

numerology

Numerology information Alora:

numerologyName Number: 2 Meaning: Partnership, Sense, Other, Passive, Assistance, Acceptance, Intimacy, Peace

additional

Additional information Alora:

additionalBantu language (Botswana).

urban

Definition funny of Alora:

urbanShe can be crazy, fun, loving, sexy and has a heart to share to anyone who wants love her back and shes not afraid to tell you how she feels. A true friend where building a relationship with will uplift a sad life to having many adventures creating a better life to live with.

urbanAlora, you are such a crazy, happy friend I love the way your dancing can turn me on when I'm feeling down.

urbanIs the name of an estrogen patch in the United States. It is a delivery system for estradiol, which is used as hormone replacement therapy to treat the problems of menopause, such as hot flashes and vaginal dryness.

urbanI need an Alora to wet my vagina!

urbanCharacterized by its long ears, bobbed tail, excessive bodily fluids (i.e. saliva), sometimes gooey skin and fur, characteristic 'nom nom' sound made when eating, unique perversions, chic'he fashion sense, groans, moan, squeals, squeaks, guttural bellows, crude language, laser-like urinary habits, flatulence, infatuation with genitalia (in particular, male) and mostly, adourableness. This creature is often seen rummaging through cupboards in search of peanut butter an' honey. While searching, it makes a distinct cry, sounding like a shriek followed by mumblings, as it reads, by habit, the ingredients found in whatever it lays its paws upon, usually then followed by ravenous, disgruntled nomming. Another trait of the Alora is its peculiar method of eating. While perched, rather than sitting, on anything higher than ground level, it tears its food into small, easily edible bits, so as not to dull its sharp fangs. These sharp fangs are used in the hunting of small woodland creatures, more often than not, the fox in particular. The word 'hunt' is used more in the meaning of 'sport' rather than 'survival. Often the Alora can be seen laying bait of Pineapple, Orange Juice and the characteristic misleading lure of the 'wiggling tail dance'.

urban"Christ! Did you see the way that chick ran?! It was like I was watching an Alora chase down a fox!" "Geez.., Nancy is such an Alora... have you ever been to the grocery store with her? Whatever you do, just stay away from the... Well, from everything."

songs

Songs about Alora:

songsAlora by Any December from the Album Hide & Seek

songsAlora by Damon Buxton from the Album Rotation Of Earth

songsAlora by Madbones from the Album Split Competition Vol. 2

songsAlora by Andrew Cullen from the Album Fuse

songsAlora by Kivi 'N Kava & Vangosh from the Album Alora

songsAlora by Dtechology from the Album Alora

songsAlora (Delicious Remix) by Vangosh Kivi 'N Kava from the Album Music Matters (Episode 2)

books

Books about Alora:

booksAlora: The Wander-Jewel (The Alora Series Book 1) by Tamie Dearen (Feb 13, 2014)

booksFragments: Alora's Tear, Volume I by Nathan Barham (Aug 17, 2014)

booksAlora and the Knightlys by A. J. Medina (Apr 12, 2014)

booksAlora's Gambit by Leandra J. Piper (Oct 1, 2012)

booksAlora (Open Legs Book 1) by Ebony (Jun 23, 2011)

booksAlora: Open Legs Series by Ebony (Jun 24, 2011)

booksAlora and the Golden Stone by M J Williams (Nov 5, 2009)

movies

Movies about Alora:

moviesWhale Tails & Spirit Songs: Alora Waldron & Brian Cramp -

wiki

Wiki information Alora:

Álora
City/Town/Village, Statistical region, Location, Dated location

Álora is a municipality in southern Spain which is part of the province of Málaga. Located c. 40 km from Málaga, on the right bank of the river Guadalhorce and on the Córdoba-Málaga high-speed rail line, within the comarca of Valle del Guadalhorce....

Alora
Organism Classification

Alora is a genus of predatory sea snails, marine prosobranch gastropod mollusks in the family Epitoniidae, commonly known as wentletraps.