Boy names abound, but what about girls?

My husband and I have a relatively easy time agreeing on boys names, strong yet classy/preppy. But we’re having trouble coming up with comparable girls names that are not super common, but are still pronounceable. We like the idea of a feminine name that still has some gusto behind it, no wilting flowers… Here’s the list.

boy names-

girl names -
[name]Arianna[/name] (beautiful but kind of a mouthful, and no easy nickname)

HELP! I need girl names that sound good and make sense with the boy list.

That’s funny! I’ve always found girl’s names easier! But anyway, nicknames for [name]Ariana[/name] could be [name]Ari[/name], [name]Ria[/name], [name]Riana[/name], or even [name]Ana[/name]. It’s kind of hard to give suggestions with only one girl’s name (it seems different stylistically to me than the boys) but I’ll give it a shot, and tell me what you think:

Thanks - those are great, I really like [name]Laila[/name], that’s beautiful, also [name]Adele[/name] and [name]Rosalie[/name] are terrific, I’m literally adding them to the list. We do have a few more girl names that one or the other of us really like, but they’re all over the board: [name]Kylie[/name], [name]Clara[/name], [name]Zoe[/name], [name]Kiah[/name]

I love [name]Odin[/name] for a boy.
What about:

[name]Odin[/name] is kind of cool.
[name]Ariana[/name] is absolutly beautiful. [name]Ari[/name], [name]Ana[/name], [name]Ria[/name], [name]Riana[/name], [name]Rina[/name], [name]Aria[/name] are all pretty nicknames. I’ve always preferred the look of the name Auriana over [name]Ariana[/name] but they’re entirely different names. Auriana is a variant of the ever beautiful [name]Aura[/name], meaning “wind.”
[name]How[/name] about: