Anecdotally speaking, my name has been mistaken for [name]Lisa[/name] and [name]Stephanie[/name]. Not even one [name]Carol[/name] or [name]Caroline[/name] or [name]Kathy[/name].
Also, I do like [name]Livia[/name]. I also like [name]Olivia[/name] and [name]Lydia[/name]! I think if you have a sweet name like [name]Livia[/name] in mind, you shouldn’t stop to worry about anyone mixing it up - once you straighten the regular people in your lives on the fact, like family and teachers/school administrators, it won’t even be a constant issue.
Thanks [name]Jill[/name] for the shout-out! I do tend to be more of a random name suggester, though. If someone wants Latin-based names particularly, I’m not as confident in the sources and origins and really keeping a lot of names sorted in my brain like that, and not likely to look them up to make sure.
From the lists so far - I like [name]Sylvia[/name] as an option, [name]Vera[/name], and [name]Viviana[/name].
Also like [name]Claudia[/name], [name]Adriana[/name], [name]Felicity[/name], and [name]Juliana[/name].
My ultimate suggestion would be to consider [name]Livia[/name] until something blows it completely away. It is relatively simple and not complicated at all - some people will be confused for 2-3 seconds. I could imagine any name anyone ever suggested will get the same treatment, and then for the fact I think a lot of people these days expect more names they hadn’t heard before than they might have a long time ago, and try to catch it the first time. The most popular name for girls, [name]Emma[/name], probably has to correct a bunch of people who think her name is [name]Emily[/name], and vice versa, [name]Isabelle[/name], [name]Annabelle[/name], or is it -bella? Same thing. I think [name]Livia[/name]'s not going to have what you think is a “unique” problem.
I like this, [name]Livia[/name]!