You’ve already gotten some of my suggestions, but I’ll list them anyways.
[name_f]Josephine[/name_f] - the wild main character of [name_m]Little[/name_m] Women, who pursued and achieved her childhood dreams, and dreamed new ones as she grew. She lived quite a life, even if it was fictional. (Jo, [name_u]Josie[/name_u], Joey)
[name_f]Louisa[/name_f] - the creator of [name_f]Josephine[/name_f], and a woman who read, wrote and published when it was frowned upon for women to do so. She was independent, strong, even keeping her family afloat by writing Victorian smut novels under a pen name. She was strong, smart, and had a bit of snark. She came from intelligence, grew up amongst great thinkers, like [name_u]Thoreau[/name_u] and [name_m]Whitman[/name_m], and inspired so many little women (and men) with her wild and precious life. (Lou, [name_u]Louie[/name_u], [name_u]Lou[/name_u]- Lou)
[name_f]Fenna[/name_f] - means peace, a hippie standard, and it’s a vintage name in the Netherlands, so it is well-established. It doesn’t seem widely used, the only time I’ve ever seen it was actually on a tombstone of a well loved mother and grandmother who died in the 1930’s. So not super common, but beautiful, in my opinion.
[name_f]Abigail[/name_f] - in 1 [name_m]Samuel[/name_m] 25, [name_f]Abigail[/name_f] was an intelligent, kind woman married to a wealthy man who offended the future king [name_u]David[/name_u] when he asked for supplies. When she heard how her husband insulted [name_u]David[/name_u], she acted quickly, brought him supplies, and stopped him from taking his men to attack her husband and her household. She basically asked [name_u]David[/name_u] to have mercy on her husband, as his name (Nabal) meant fool, and that’s exactly what he was, a fool. She used words to calm David’s wrath, and actually became his wife soon after, as her husband died about 10 days later. She was a strong, intelligent woman, worthy of remembering. (Abby, [name_u]Abba[/name_u], Gail)
[name_f]Esther[/name_f] - well-known, she saved her people from destruction, standing up when doing so more than likely meant certain death. Her strength and faith in [name_m]God[/name_m] made her someone who was worthy of recognition. (Essie, Star)
[name_f]Vashti[/name_f] - she was the queen before [name_f]Esther[/name_f]. She was replaced after refusing to appear naked in front of her husband’s party guests. She stood up for herself, even though it meant being stripped of her queenhood and banished.
[name_f]Paloma[/name_f] - a name that means [name_u]Dove[/name_u], tying into the hippie/nature side. It is earthy and elegant.
[name_f]Ruth[/name_f] - a woman who was strong, loyal, and brave. After losing her husband, she could have left her mother in law, who also lost her husband, but she didn’t. When urged by her mother in law [name_f]Naomi[/name_f], [name_f]Ruth[/name_f] said “Do not urge me to leave you or to turn from following you. For wherever you go, I will go, and wherever you live, I will live; your people will be my people, and your [name_m]God[/name_m] will be my [name_m]God[/name_m]. Where you die, I will die, and there I will be buried. [name_f]May[/name_f] the LORD punish me, and ever so severely, if anything but death separates you and me.” What a beautiful statement of love and loyalty! She went on to be blessed, she married [name_m]Boaz[/name_m], who was wealthy and influential, and proclaimed in one of my favorite verses that [name_f]Ruth[/name_f] was “a woman of excellence” (Ruth 3:11). What a wonderful namesake!
[name_f]Grace[/name_f] - a virtue name, [name_f]Grace[/name_f] is favor that we are unable to earn, but it is bestowed in love. It is steadfast, it is enduring, it is one of the greatest types of love there is.
I know there are more, but these are all I can think of right now, I hope this helps!