Rosa ok, but sounds like a nn Lara ppl might say Dr Zhivago but I like it Juliet nice, solid Cara lovely Thea don't like this, sounds like a nn Louisa very traditional, bit boring Cleo a bit chavvy Elena I like it but it might cause pronounciation probs
Rosa - gorgeous Lara - love it Juliet - beautiful Cara - not so keen Thea - gorgeous Louisa - not keen Cleo - lovely Elena - one of my favourite names
It depends on the surname, really. My partner's surname begins with a 'R', which means that I can't have R-names or anything like Laura, Lara, Clara, Thea, etc. because the speaker trips over the last syllable. This isn't his surname, but for instance: LAU-ruh-RUH-kit.