Such a fun idea! I can help with some of the (Greek, they might be different in [name_f]English[/name_f]) pronunciations too.
[name_f]Clytemnestra[/name_f] - clee-tem-NEE-strah - A cool name but I think it might be too much to carry
Oresteia - I LOVE this! I know a male Orestis but I’d love to meet an Oresteia. Pronounced or-ES-tee-ah. Could have the cute nicknames [name_u]Ori[/name_u] and [name_f]Tia[/name_f]!
[name_f]Cassandra[/name_f] - cah- SUN - dra - It’s a shame it’s so dated in the [name_f]English[/name_f]-speaking world, it’s actually considered a very witchy and mystical name in Greece.
[name_f]Iphigenia[/name_f] - iff-ee-JEN-ee-ah - This with the nn [name_f]Ginnie[/name_f] would be so cute! [name_f]My[/name_f] mother has a friend called [name_f]Iphigenia[/name_f], it’s such a unique-sounding name
[name_f]Electra[/name_f] (your pronunciation is correct!) - This is so spunky and underrated. I’m surprised I don’t see it on NB more often!
[name_f]Athena[/name_f] - Your pronunciation is correct in [name_f]English[/name_f], though in The Oresteia they would have pronounced it as uh-thee-NAH. So bold and beautiful, and I love the goddess.
Chrysothemis - I adore [name_f]Themis[/name_f], and this longer form of it is great! I’ve never actually heard of the name so I don’t know how it would be pronounced. Still love it! A more usable [name_f]Chrysanthemum[/name_f]
Cilissa - I’ve never heard of this either so I don’t know how to say it, but it has a pretty sound! Reminds me of [name_f]Cicely[/name_f] and [name_f]Circe[/name_f].
Agamemnon - Correct pronunciation! A very grand name, I wish it had some nicknames.
Aegisthus - Also correct! I prefer Aegeas but the -thus ending is cool.
[name_m]Troy[/name_m] - Like the place? It’s actually called Tria in Greek so I think of it more as a female place name lol. It sounds dated in [name_f]English[/name_f] which is a shame
[name_m]Apollo[/name_m] - I love love love [name_m]Apollo[/name_m]! In Greek it’s Apollon, but both versions are handsome. He’s my favourite Greek god too. Such a fun and light-sounding name
[name_m]Orestes[/name_m] - Like I said earlier, I know one! It’s a very handsome, gentle and soft name. It’s pronounced more like or-ESS-tees than or-ESS-teez
Argos - Correct pronunciation! This has a lot of potential in the [name_f]English[/name_f] speaking word I feel like. It’s like an edgier [name_u]Atlas[/name_u]!
[name_m]Ajax[/name_m] - It’s so interesting how they translated this one, because in Greek it would be Aias pronounced Eas! There’s a very popular cleaning product called [name_m]Ajax[/name_m] in Greece so that’s the only thing I can think of, but the sound is definitely cool
[name_m]Odysseus[/name_m] - oh-diss-EH-us, but in [name_f]English[/name_f] your pronunciation definitely makes more sense! I love this name, it’s considered one of the most attractive male names in Greece as well. The character is a great namesake!
Menelaus - men-EH-lah-us - Same as [name_m]Odysseus[/name_m], it’s considered super attractive!
[name_m]Hermes[/name_m] - I think this would be HER-mees in [name_f]English[/name_f], but in Greece we say (h)er-MEES. Super fun quirky mythological name