“Galore is an example of an adjective that follows the noun referred to. [As in Pussy Galore, I suppose.] This is different from the normal pattern of the adjective coming before the word being modified. Other examples of adjectives like galore are:
elect, “soon to take office”: the president elect;
proper, “as strictly defined”: the City of London proper;
regent, “governing during the minority, incapacity, etc., of the rightful monarch”: a prince regent.”
Source: The Penguin Wordmaster Dictionary, Martin Manser and Nigel Turton, eds., 1987.