[name]Meadow[/name] - NMS.
[name]Primrose[/name] - Isn’t this a name of someone in one of those Hunger Games books? Beyond that, NMS.
[name]Skye[/name] - pretty. Definitely not common.
[name]Elaine[/name] - very nice. nn [name]Lainey[/name], [name]Laine[/name], [name]Ellie[/name], [name]Elle[/name], etc. Lots of fun options if you want a nn.
[name]Alana[/name] - I’ve always liked this one. Spunky and feminine.
[name]Bay[/name] - Like a body of water? No thanks.
[name]Madeline[/name] (-linn) - I’d pronounce that spelling “Mad-el-ine”, because of the “e” at the end indicating a hard “i” sound. Maybe [name]Madelyn[/name] to make sure it’s pronounced properly? Nice name, but NMS either way.
[name]Amabel[/name] - No thanks. The girl will be correcting people all her life who think her name is “[name]Annabel[/name]”
[name]Dolores[/name] ‘[name]Dolly[/name]’ - NMS.
[name]Hayley[/name] - Ok, I guess. Not a fan of the name or the spelling, but it’s not awful.
[name]Harvey[/name] - Ok. Not a huge fan.
[name]Luke[/name] - Like this one a lot.
[name]Aaron[/name] - Yes. great name.
[name]Cato[/name] - Interesting. NMS, but a unique choice without being absurdly odd. Apparently this is another Hunger Games name? All I can associate with it is [name]Kato[/name] [name]Kaelin[/name] from the O.J. [name]Simpson[/name] trial back in the mid-90’s. (and thus I have dated myself…)
Personally, I really dislike the idea of using names from fad novels, especially odd names like [name]Cato[/name] and [name]Primrose[/name]. But if you really like them, go for it.