[name]How[/name] about a musically-themed name to go with [name]Lyric[/name]? I would avoid anything too obvious, like [name]Melody[/name] or [name]Cadence[/name], because then your other children’s names wouldn’t fit, though. I’ve tried to pick semi-feminine names (not too girly, so [name]Bradley[/name] doesn’t seem completely at odds with it, but quite girly).
[name]Just[/name] so you know, I’ve referred to [name]Elias[/name] as if it were Hebrew, when in fact it is Greek, because it has that biblical feel to it, as do most other Hebrew names, and I think it has more in common with them than most Greek names.
[name]Carmen[/name] - ‘song’ in Latin
[name]Shir[/name]/[name]Shiri[/name] - mean ‘song’ and ‘my song’ in Hebrew (which means they also go nicely with [name]Elias[/name])
[name]Selah[/name] (see-la) - a Hebrew musical term, although we’re unsure exactly what - perhaps a musical pause
[name]Roni[/name] - means ‘my joy/song’ in Hebrew (this is perhaps my favourite, as it has a musical connection to [name]Lyric[/name], the Hebrew connection to [name]Elias[/name], and the slightly-masculine connection to [name]Bradley[/name])
Polymnia - one of the nine Muses, she was the Greek goddess of dance and sacred songs, and the name means ‘much song’. [name]Polly[/name] as a nn?
[name]Philomela[/name] - Greek name meaning ‘friend of song’. The myth surrounding her is horrible, but I doubt many people will know it, and she ends up as a nightingale, so it’s not all bad … (the ‘phil’ connects this nicely to [name]Bradley[/name])
[name]Mele[/name] - ‘song’ in Hawaiian
Euterpe - another of the nine Muses. She was the [name]Muse[/name] of music and joy
[name]Daina[/name] - means ‘song’ in Lithuanian and Latvian
[name]Cecilia[/name] - the patron saint of music and musicians
Aoide - another [name]Muse[/name], although one of the original three, rather than the later nine. She was the [name]Muse[/name] of song, and the name means ‘to sing’ in Greek.
I also love [name]Aria[/name], but I’m not sure if, like [name]Cadence[/name], this musical connection is too obvious …
Why not also consider using feminine forms of the names of favourite composers (e.g. [name]Amadea[/name] - although this would make the name mean ‘love of goddess’) or names mentioned in songs you like, (e.g. [name]Grace[/name], [name]Mandy[/name], [name]Rio[/name], [name]Anona[/name], [name]Adelita[/name]).
I hope this helped!