I see on Googling that both of your name choices have been used before, but they do sound very made up to me. Your dh's choices are certainly very different. That doesn't however mean that it's not possible for the two of you to find names with meanings that you like and sounds that he likes. I think it is really important that both parents choose names.
If you are really at an impasse then one option is to chose a baby name book, and then each separately draw up a list of names you like, swap them and pick again. This should give you a shortlist of names to pick from that you both like without too much arguing.
We had this problem, it's so frustrating. In the end we wrote a list of about 15 names. some he liked, some I liked and some we both thought were ok but had reservations about. When she was here we looked through the list and there was only one name that suited her which was one of the 'just ok' names. Now we both adore her name! Random suggestion.... Cora Elizabeth? I love this but doesn't go with our surname. I also heard of a girl called Camry the other day which I rather like. Good luck!
I have a very unusual name (never met another). It's horrible to have a very unusual name. People don't remember it and can't pronounce it. It can really cause a lack of self confidence for the child. Surely you can find something that is not too popular but not highly unusual??!!
Had a simliar thing with my DH. We both had very different naming ideas. However, I'd really recommend that you find a 'compromise' name, one that you both like but perhaps isn't actually your first choice for either of you...