Sorry if the suggestions seem a little all over the place...
Anna - Very girl-next-door. Not a bad thing, but I think Anne is much more refreshing. Anya, Annika, Hannah, Annelise
Verity - Not my favorite virtue name, but it works. Amity, Constance, Solace, Felicity, Mercy, Merit.
Amelie - I much prefer Amelia. There's something about the spelling of Amelie that bothers me a little. Delphine, Daphne, Ivy, Chloe, Rosemarie
Tabitha - I don't really like this. It's very harsh and not very fluid to me. Petra, Greer, Sloane, Yvonne, Hester
Georgina - Love! I think this is more playful and sleeker than Georgia or Georgiana. Carlotta, Elise, Eloise, Elizabeth, Frances, Lydia, Delilah, Melanie
Cleo - I never liked this name that much, I think you have better choices on your list. Stella, Lucy, Opal, Fern, Hazel
Esther - I'm neutral on this one. I like that it's underused but still recognizable, but I wonder if it's too old lady still. Daisy, Edith, Florence, Estelle
Freya - This is alright. I don't have anything against it, but I wouldn't use it. I think on the right girl, it could be super cute. Faye, Annabelle, Susannah, Maybelle, Christabella
Romilly - I like the name, but not the nickname Milly. Makes me think of millipedes, ew. I prefer Romy or Remy. Rowan, Aurora, Araminta, Dahlia, Zara, Renata
My favorite hands down is Georgina. There's just something about it that makes it so sunny and carefree. :)
Anna- I like it and think it's a sweet name, but doesn't have much spark to my ear.
Verity- I like this one as a substitute for Violet (which I like and want to use because of the v sound, but it sounds too much like violent to me).
Amelie- it's nice, quite french to me. I prefer Amelia, but it's so popular that amelie might be an unexpected twist.
Tabitha- it's fun, and i really like the 'th' in the middle for some reason.
Georgina- this is the name i want to say or suggest whenever someone says georgiana. I knew a georgina in Ireland who went by Georgie and it fit her so well. I really like it.
Cleo- it's a pretty name, much more interesting than Chloe which is everywhere, but it feels a little incomplete to me.
Esther- I knew an Esther in Ireland as well, and it was pronounced Es-ter, which is a younger sound to me. Even though I like the th in Tabitha, I prefer Esther as es-ter ;)
Freya- sounds a bit cold to me (maybe makes me think of cold in Spanish.)
I'm also warming to the name Romilly (nn Milly) what's everyones thoughts on it?
I really like the nn Milly for romilly, almost more than romilly itself, but i do appreciate/prefer that Milly is a nickname and not full form.
I think I answered these as if they were supposed to be going on MY list, rather than how I would feel if I heard them. They are all unique enough and timeless and I can picture a woman holding the name throughout her life, which makes them all solid choices. I would be pleasantly surprised if, for example, I saw any of these on my Facebook as friends' birth announcements. I wouldn't be disappointed or bored by any of them, though I would secretly hope Esther was pronounced the way I like it ;)
Anna- Sweet and wholesome
Verity- lovely, has great energy to it and a beautiful meaning
Amelie- I have a soft spot for this name, I'm a big fan of French names
Tabitha- I think Tabitha is adorable on a little girl and dignified on a woman, also love nn Tabby
Georgina- I love this, more spunky and funky (in a good way) than Georgia, lovee nn Gigi
Cleo- I prefer Clio,the ancient Greek mythological muse of history, Cleo is a nn for Cleopatra to me, Clio is more substantial on its own
Esther- I know a little Esther, it's so sweet and soft on a little girl and ready to come back
Freya- I'm a fan, great meaning and history behind it which is important to me
I think we have similar tastes in names, you have a really nice list. Here are some more ideas:
Anna - So classic, much more nicer than Anna. Lydia, Marina, Claudia, Lena, Elsa, Mary, Elizabeth?
Verity - I don't like this name, though it's refreshing. May, Poppy, Christabel, Rosemary, Violet, Mercy, June?
Amelie - I'm never sure how to pronounce this name...It's too close to Amelia and Emily for me. Sylvie, Raine, Olivia, Aimee, Giselle, Emmeline?
Tabitha - Love it. I considered this name for myself. Martha, Susannah, Charlotte, Audrey?
Georgina - Lovely. I also like Georgia and Georgiana. Alice, Scarlett?
Cleo - A cute nickname for a fulle name. Katherine, Iona, Leta, Philomena, Sadie?
Esther - Love it! I also like Hester. Henrietta, Dorothea, Viola, Ethel, Hazel, Althea, Edith?
Freya - So cute yet sophisticated. Inga, Thora, Leda, Lovisa, Annika, Vita, Maja, Greta?
Romilly - I like it but there's something stopping me from loving it. Briony, Araminta, Dahlia, Anthea, Lettice, Alethea?
That's so much for the feedback! I always worry my name choices will be too safe, boring or common!
I really like some of the suggestions, Anouska, Elizabeth. Iris, Geneva, Martha, Anya and Daisy all Juno out at me - I would worry Anouska to be too Scandinavian when I have no roots in that part of the world.
Yes Esther sounds like Es-Ta :)