Firstly, I love Elara! This is in our top three list for girls. Here are some more for you;
Éabha - Pronounce AY-va, this is the Irish version of Eve
Echo - A Greek mythology name, Echo was a nymph that could only repeat what others said after being curse by the goddess Hera. After falling in love, and being spurned by, Narcissus she pined away until all that was left was her voice.
Edana - A Latinised form of Étaiń (pronounced AY-teen), a sun goddess in Irish mythology.
Ederne - A Basque name, meaning 'beautiful'
Eglantine - An English flower name. Also the main character in 'Bedknobs & Broomsticks'!
Eija - Finnish. Possibily derived from the happy Finnish exclamation 'eijaa!'
Eilwen - Welsh. Meaning 'white brow. Not sure on pronounciation, but I could ask my Welsh friend if you're interested?
Elah - A Hebrew name that means 'oak tree' or 'terebinth tree'
Elisaveta - A Bulgarian & Macedonian form of Elizabeth
Elisheba - A biblical version of Elizabeth
Elita - A Latvian name, but I don't know the meaning
Elysia - Derived from Greek mythology, the Elysian Fields were the Ancient Greek equivalent of paradise
Emine - Turkish name meaning 'trustworthy'
Eos - Greek mythology name. Means Dawn
Epona - A Celtic goddess of fertlity, and a protector of horses!
Eris - The Greek goddess of strife. Pretty name though, if you can look past the origin.
Erna - German feminine version of Ernest. Means serious.
Ersilia - Italian version of Hersilia, a woman in Roman mythology who married Romulus (one of the twins that founded Rome).
Evadne - The daughter of Poseidon in Greek Mythology
Hope that helps.
Apologies for repeats, they will happen...
Ellery (thought I always think of it as a boys' name, I've heard it many times as a girl)
Elpis (Greek goddess of hope)
Etoile (means "star" in French, as in the moon and the stars)
It was my gma's name & I passed it on as a mn to my youngest daughter.
Just heard back from my friend re. Eilwen. She says it's pronounced Ayl-wen