I've always loved Milou and Sigrid.
Lumi, Ilta, Inari, Talvi
Man, I have a ton... Emiliana (Italian), Noemi (Italian), Parisa (Farsi), Soraya (Farsi), Suri (Farsi), Odette (French), Katayoun (Farsi), Pari (Farsi), Firoozeh (Farsi), Maryam (Farsi), Chiara (Italian), Ilaria (Italian), Savina (Italian), Simone (French), Jessamine (French), Rania (Arabic), Noor (Arabic), Yuliana (Spanish), Samira (Hindi/ Arabic), Anjali (Hindi), Asha (Hindi), Amelie (French), Kimia (Farsi), Kiana (Farsi)
Erm, well, I have a deep, abiding love for Polish names. :) So:
Lilija (not to mention Ziven for a boy!)
I also love the French Léonie, too, which is quite popular in several European countries (not to mention a plethora of other French names! Aurelie! Anouk! Anais! Fleur!).
I also love the Catalan Beatriu (bee-ah-troo) and the Basque Alazne (means "miracle", which I think is sweet).
I am half Dutch and have an eternal love for almost all Dutch names. And my mom brought me home an awesome book of Dutch baby names so I have lists and lists of them! But to keep this short, some of my current faves for girls: Lieve (lee-vuh; means dear), Sanne (sah-nuh), Annemieke (onna-mike-uh), Annelies, Marijke, Noortje (nn Noor), Femke/Famke (means little girl).