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Iolanthe, Briseis, and Semele also belong on that list! I love all of them, although they violate my personal rule of names that are easily pronouncable. I am a classical singer, and my daughter's name is Katherine, so, sticking with a Greek theme, I have thought I might bend my rule for Semele.
A friend of mine has daughters all with "little L" names - Lila, Lena, and Lula.
I love the name Zelda for a girl! Everyone I have told it to immediately goes to the Legend of Zelda video game, but I think of Zelda Fitzgerald first. But video game or flapper, I still love the name. My husband has vetoed it as a first name but it is still on the table as a middle name if we have another girl. Other names I would love to use but won't are Briseis and Semele. I love them, but they go against my easily pronounceable rule.
My son's name is Judah and I frequently get the reaction "Judas??" No, Judah. Different Biblical character!