[name]Martha[/name] - I like this name and think of it as an underused classic. It makes me think of [name]Little[/name] Women, though I couldn’t say why because I don’t think there are any characters in [name]Little[/name] Women named [name]Martha[/name]. It also reminds me of [name]Martha[/name] [name]Washington[/name] and, of course, [name]Martha[/name] [name]Stewart[/name]. It’s old-fashioned, but in a good way.
[name]Dahlia[/name] - Despite negative personal associations with this name, I still like it! It makes me think of the flower. Perhaps because the flower is so bold, it seems like a fairly strong name.
[name]Etta[/name] - Makes me think of [name]Etta[/name] Place, the [name]Sundance[/name] Kid’s paramour. To me it seems incomplete, like a nickname rather than an actual name. It also seems kind of… bumpkinish, somehow.
[name]Tess[/name]/ [name]Tessa[/name] - I really like both of these, but only as nicknames.
[name]Odessa[/name]/ [name]Dessa[/name] - My first association is with a movie starring Whoopi Goldberg where she plays a Southern maid named [name]Odessa[/name], so now it sounds like a Southern name to me. My second association is, of course, the Ukrainian city (though I admit I vaguely thought it was a place in [name]Russia[/name] before I looked it up). I’m not a huge fan of place names.
[name]Saskia[/name] - I should like this, but the sound is just unpleasant to me. The ‘K’ bugs me.
[name]Eulalie[/name] - Makes me think of the mayor’s wife, [name]Eulalie[/name] Mackechnie Shinn, in The [name]Music[/name] [name]Man[/name]. It’s pretty, though it sounds very old-fashioned with the “eu” beginning. I’m not a fan of -ie endings for girls’ names; I think they seem too diminutive. I would prefer [name]Eulalia[/name].
My favorites from your list are [name]Martha[/name] and [name]Dahlia[/name].
Edited to add: Somehow I overlooked [name]Clementine[/name]. I like the citrus association, but I can’t get past the song. Whenever I see this name, “but her shoes were number niiiine” starts playing in my head.