The examples that I hear the most are avarice and malaria. I personally like Megarhyssa, a genus of large ichneumon wasps.
Cafeteria, Diaspora, and Heroine
heroin or heroine?
I think Heroine looks namier, though obviously the reason it’s unusable (unlike [name_u]Hero[/name_u]) is because it’s a homophone to heroin. So… kind of both?
Window! Nn [name_f]Winnie[/name_f]
One of the names that gets me the most is [name_f]Milena[/name_f]. I’m a nurse and trust me, if you knew what milena was you’d be very put off!
I like Aliciana, but apparently it’s a type of moth.
Aliciana can be Megarhyssa’s sister
There’s always [name_f]Viola[/name_f]
Tephra - I feel like I could justify it as a nerdy science/nature name, but it is dangerous
I’m thinking [name_f]Silhouette[/name_f] would be so elegant!
Chutzpah (if Moxie, why not…?)
Hegemony (like Jacoby and Jemima)
This is fun!
Pocky (this might be a name actually, internationally)
Avenue & [name_f]Afternoon[/name_f]
Anaesthesia - [name_f]Ana[/name_f]? [name_f]Thea[/name_f]? [name_f]Essie[/name_f]? So medical, but so nicknameable
Celery - I would honestly use this before [name_f]Apple[/name_f]
[name_f]Julienne[/name_f] - I’m sure someone has used this as a name, but it’s a cooking instruction
Lunula- still might be usable, but it’s the name of the crescent moon shaped thing on your nails
Ummidia. I read there was an Ancient [name_m]Roman[/name_m] Family by this name but it is also in the scientific name of a type of spider