I looked up [name]Leonora[/name]… has a different root and meaning than [name]Leon[/name]/[name]Leonard[/name] >f. [name]Leona[/name]. It is from [name]Eleanor[/name]. I hardly remember a girl a few years older than me when we were kids named [name]Lenore[/name]. [name]Eloise[/name] [name]Lenore[/name], [name]Lenora[/name], or [name]Leonora[/name]. Maybe [name]Leah[/name], another totally unrelated name. The L names after [name]Eloise[/name] do seem a little hard to pick up but not that bad if you are honoring a family member.
For [name]John[/name], there is [name]Jane[/name] - there is a whole list of international variations of [name]Jane[/name]. Not all of them are fantastic, but some of them are cute. Try some with [name]Eloise[/name].
Look up [name]Jane[/name] for some or check out this page: https://nameberry.com/list/46/[name]Janes[/name]-International-Variations
For [name]Mary[/name] - so many variants listed under [name]Mary[/name] or the international variations found here as well:
I don’t want to even make any suggestions, a lot of them are cool and unusual, but some of them may be too exotic or not exotic enough. Peek over the lists and see if any make an impression, let us know, we’ll all sort it out.
For [name]Rose[/name] - [name]Rose[/name] by itself [name]Eloise[/name] [name]Rose[/name] looks like a visual rhyme. Many good names begin or end with [name]Rose[/name] that might work or you could mash two names together in the same way that [name]Rosemary[/name] is a compound of two names. It is hard to say [name]Eloise[/name] [name]Rose[/name], the tongue has to twist ees-ose in the opposite way immediately. I really love the name [name]Eloise[/name]! It is recently my #1 pick.
For [name]Edward[/name] - I don’t think so. Feminizations of this name are kind of weird. Names that begin with [name]Ed[/name]- are mostly awkward. [name]Edith[/name], I suppose is becoming somewhat popular here, secretly old-fashioned elegant, I think it’s kind of still bad right now. [name]Eden[/name] is religious (if that’s a pro or con factor for you) and maybe pretty but also sounds like eaten. It might be good or bad imagery for you. At the risk of losing the opportunity, I would “save” the honor to [name]Edward[/name] for some other baby.