Picking a name for my future daughter has been difficult, because I don't have that many favourite female names, and many of the ones that I like don't work in either Estonian or English. I'm partial to those lyrical Welsh names like Gwendolyn.
Of Estonian names, I like Elo, which has been nixed by my wife because of an negative association.
I have a pretty neutral relationship with names starting in K, which are the most common ones in Estonia (Kairi, Karin, Kristina...).
And the whole Grete-Maigret-Marga spectrum has some OK options (though perhaps the very peasanty Krõõt is a no-go and can you imagine that in English).
For a while, we were thinking about a traditional, imperial name like Catherine or Elizabeth but in the end I thought it might be too pompous (especially when combined or hyphenated) and my wife noted that both those women (the historical monarchs) had issues with men.
We're leaning toward Lorna. Though some may dimly remember Lorna as a domestic 1950s name like "Betty Crocker" -- Lorna Doone is the name of a shortbread cookie -- I think it is quite pretty. It is a name that is easily pronounceable in Estonia and can also be worn proudly in the Virginia mountains because of its Scottish roots.
Since we used alliteration with Morgan Matthias, perhaps we'll do Lorna Louise or Lorna Linda. (Tell me in a nice way if you think this is cheesy.)
The etymology is this. Unlike Lorne (which is connected to a Scottish place name) Lorna is fictional, from a Victorian romantic adventure novel called Lorna Doone (expect usual themes of love triangle, villains, escapes from castles).
Since it was at one point the favourite novel of Yale students, I figure it can't be complete fluff.