[name]Eliana[/name]: I like it, but it’s too frilly for me. It sounds like a smush between [name]Ellie[/name] and [name]Anna[/name]. I prefer [name]Eliora[/name] or just [name]Liana[/name].
[name]Cerelia[/name]: This is actually on my list of weird but interesting names; I don’t know where I came across it, but I like it. I think it has a really pretty sound (like [name]Aurelia[/name] with a C) but it looks and sounds too much like cereal.
[name]Rohana[/name]: According to Behind the Name, it’s a Sanskrit word and where the boy’s name [name]Rohan[/name] came from. I’ve never heard of it as a name before, and I much prefer just [name]Rohan[/name] (for a boy).
[name]Cecily[/name]: I love [name]Cecily[/name]! Yes, it does mean blind, along with [name]Cecilia[/name], but I still think it’s a lovely name.
[name]Laurel[/name]: It’s nice, but reminds me too much of [name]Lauren[/name], which I find dated and a little dull.
[name]Elena[/name]: It’s a pretty name, but there’ll be a ton of pronunciation problems. I think the most common one is the one you use, but I have a friend who pronounces it ellen-a, which I think is the Italian pronunciation.
[name]Alina[/name]: I think it’s really pretty, but it’s not my favorite on your list.
[name]Adriana[/name]: I know someone named [name]Adriana[/name] who pronounces it ah-dree-ah-na. I like it, but it has more of a modern feel than the others.
[name]Coralie[/name]: I love [name]Coralie[/name]!
[name]Cassia[/name]: I adore [name]Cassia[/name], too, but I’ve heard it pronounced cash-a, which don’t like nearly as much as cass-i-a.
[name]Joelle[/name]: It seems really dated and made up sounding… it’s my least favorite on your list.
I really love [name]Cecily[/name], [name]Coralie[/name], and [name]Cassia[/name] in particular, but they’re all nice!