Ok so change my mind

Death before basic baby names — need as many “backups” as possible, though I’m 98% positive we’ve chosen one. Just want to make sure it’s the best of the best choice.
  1. Arrow
    • Origin:

      Word name
    • Description:

      Names that have not historically been names are not intrinsically gendered, so though we originally pinned Arrow as a boys' name, both starbaby Arrows that have been born recently have been girls. And with Arrow given to 60 girls in the US in 2015 and 94 boys, we call that a pretty decidedly gender neutral name. With its forward-moving, true-landing imagery, Arrow is one of the new inspirational names.
  2. Artemis
    • Origin:

      Greek mythology name
    • Meaning:

      "safe or butcher"
    • Description:

      Artemis, one of the key figures of the female Greek pantheon, is the ancient virgin goddess of the hunt, wilderness, animals, childbirth, and a protector of young girls, later associated with the moon. Artemis is the equivalent to the Roman Diana, but a fresher and more distinctive, if offbeat, choice.
  3. Birdie
    • Origin:

      English
    • Meaning:

      "bird"
    • Description:

      Birdie was until recently a middle-aged Ladies' Club member wearing a bird-decorated hat --but now it's just the kind of vintage nickname (think Hattie, Josie, Mamie, Millie) that's coming back into style in a big way. Actress Busy Philipps named her baby Birdie (inspired by First Lady Lady Bird Johnson), as did soap star Maura West.
  4. Finette
    • Faron
      • Jane
        • Origin:

          English
        • Meaning:

          "God is gracious"
        • Description:

          No, we don't consider Jane too plain. In fact, for a venerable and short one-syllable name, we think it packs a surprising amount of punch, as compared to the related Jean and Joan.
      • Leontine
        • Origin:

          French female form of Leontios, Greek
        • Meaning:

          "lion"
        • Description:

          Leontine is the French form of a name that's more familiar by its spelling variation Leontyne, the name made famous by opera diva Price. An obscure choice, Leontine nevertheless feels right for our lion-name-crazed moment.
      • Lux
        • Origin:

          Latin
        • Meaning:

          "light"
        • Description:

          This name of a character played by Kirsten Dunst in the movie Virgin Suicides, originally a novel by Jeffrey Eugenides, is gaining attention, also thanks to the heroine Lux, Lady of Luminosity in the League of Legends games. Luz is the Spanish version.
      • Leonette
        • Millicent
          • Origin:

            German
          • Meaning:

            "strong in work"
          • Description:

            Combining the mild and the innocent, this sweet and feminine name is worthy of a comeback, in the mode of Madeline and Cecilia. Its original, also attractive form is Melisende, which came from Germany to France and was borne by a daughter of Charlemagne.
        • Moxie
          • Origin:

            English slang
          • Meaning:

            "aggressive energy, know-how"
          • Description:

            Like Penn Jillette, you can have your own little brash babe.
        • Mazzy
          • Vada
            • Origin:

              English, Sanskrit, German
            • Meaning:

              "knowledge, rule"
            • Description:

              Vada is a feisty retro choice that feels like a fresh spin on the likes of Ava and Ada. Its bold V initial is bang on trend, although Vada remains very uncommon in the US. It is perhaps best known as the heroine of the 1991 cult classic coming-of-age movie My Girl, Vada Sultenfuss, played by Anna Chlumsky.
          • Vega
            • Origin:

              Arabic, Spanish
            • Meaning:

              "swooping eagle; meadow"
            • Description:

              Another astral name, this one relating to one of the largest and brightest stars in the heavens, is popular in Scandinavia and Spain, where it ranks among the Top 50 girls' names. Although still very rare in the US, we think it has serious potential to follow the likes of Luna and Lyra up the charts.
          • Verna
            • Origin:

              Latin
            • Meaning:

              "springtime"
            • Description:

              Verna may mean "springtime," but May or Spring is fresher.
          • Vianne
            • Origin:

              French, blend of Vivian and Anne
            • Description:

              A smooth and velvety Gallic choice first heard here as the heroine of the movie "Chocolat."
          • Vienne
            • Origin:

              Variation of Vienna, place-name
            • Description:

              Vienne came to Western consciousness as the name of the French heroine of the popular 1990s book and then movie Chocolat. Vienne is a variation of Vienna, the name of the Austrian capital that has been used as a first name for centuries. Vienne may also be a short form or variation of Vivienne.
          • Wilhelmina
            • Origin:

              German, feminine variation of Wilhelm
            • Meaning:

              "resolute protection"
            • Description:

              Wilhelmina was long burdened with the Old Dutch cleanser image of thick blond braids and clunky wooden clogs, but that started to be changed somewhat by the dynamic Vanessa Williams character on Ugly Betty, and even further by the choice of Wilhelmina by ace baby namers Natalie and Taylor Hanson. For the less adventurous, Willa is, for now, still a more user-friendly female equivalent of William.
          • Wren
            • Origin:

              English
            • Meaning:

              "small bird"
            • Description:

              Wren, a lilting songbird name, could be the next Robin. Wren entered the Top 1000 for the first time in 2012 and is among the new wave of popular English names for girls.
          • Wilde