Adeline- Hard to pick, but this was my great grandmother's mn so I pick this.
Agnes- Agnes has a softer sound.
Alessandra- Really pretty, though it does reminds me of the Victoria's Secret model.
Emily- The other one is too elaborate and sounds weird when I say it.
Anna- I am starting to like the simple beauty of Anna. The others are just too elaborate, though they are still pretty.
Augusta- Prettiest by far in my opinion.
Aveline- Don't really like any of them, but this has a pretty sound.
Cecilia- Really pretty and I love how it has a connection for those who love music since it is the patron saint of music's name.
Eleanor- both are pretty, but Helena poses so many pronunciation problems.
Coralie- don't really like either, but this sounds nicer.
Giselle- Pretty and very french.
Dorothy- I like this by far, but with the other I like Delia instead of Dalia. Dalia almost looks to be like Dahlia, but just an alternative. Edit: I know see it is a separate name. It is pretty, but I still like Dorothy.
Hope the feedback wasn't too harsh or bad.
Ada/Adele/Adelaide/Adeline - I love Ada, though I like the pronunciation that's like AHD-a more than AID-a. After Ada, Adele. None of the others.
Agatha/Agnes - Agatha, I like Agatha Christie.
Alaia/Alessia/Alexandria/Alessandra - Alexandria, of these options, though it's not my favourite Alex- variation for girls.
Amelie/Emily - Emily.
Anna/Annabelle/Antonia/Anastasia - Annabelle wins, but I'd spell it Annabel.
Aurelia/Aurora/Augusta/Autumn - I love most of these. Aurora the most.
Ava/Aveline/Avery - Ugh, I hate all of them, Aveline is the best I guess.
Cecilia/Celine - I adore Cecilia.
Helena/Eleanor - Helena.
Coretta/Coralie - Coralie.
Giselle/Stella - Giselle all the way, I hate Stella.
Dalia or Dorothy for NN Dolly - Dalia, but I would probably go with Dahlia.
Adelaide, the most clasic of them all!
Agnes but don't love either
Annabelle, though Anastasia is a close second and I would pick Annabel over them all
Such a hard choice... but I'm having a rare name-crush on Augusta right now
Cecilia, more feminine
Helena, love both but it's more elegant
Giselle, but don't love either
Dorothy, but don't love either