Vowel-Double Consonant-Vowel Names

I've a soft spot for these lovely names...
  1. Agnella
    • Allis
      • Bella
        • Origin:

          Diminutive of Isabella, Italian
        • Meaning:

          "beautiful"
        • Description:

          Everything ella, from Ella to Bella to Arabella, is red hot right now. Bella is one of the most, well, beautiful girl names starting with B. It carried a hint of a nice Old World grandmotherly veneer, until it became attached to Twilight's Bella Swan.
      • Bellamy
        • Origin:

          English and Irish from French
        • Meaning:

          "fine friend"
        • Description:

          Bellamy is a surname name with an admirable meaning and upbeat rhythm, similar to jovial choices like Rafferty, Barnaby and Willoughby.
      • Beppe
        • Camilla
          • Origin:

            Latin
          • Meaning:

            "young ceremonial attendant"
          • Description:

            The Spanish Camila, pronounced ka-MEE-la, is the fastest rising version of this ancient Roman name, but recent royal Camilla may have helped promote the British brand. In Roman myth, Camilla was a swift-footed huntress so fast she could run over a field without bending a blade of grass.
        • Carmella
          • Origin:

            Variation of Carmela
          • Description:

            Most familiar as the name of Tony Soprano's wife, but she spelled it Carmela.
        • Charlotte
          • Origin:

            French, feminine diminutive of Charles
          • Meaning:

            "free man"
          • Description:

            Charlotte, the name of the young Princess of Cambridge, is the latest classic name to join Sophia, Emma, Olivia, and Isabella at the top of the popularity list. It is now among the most popular girl names in many English-speaking and European countries.
        • Cilla
          • Origin:

            Diminutive of Priscilla
          • Meaning:

            "ancient"
          • Description:

            Takes the priss out of Priscilla.
        • Coletta
          • Origin:

            Italian and Spanish variation of Colette or short form of Nicoletta
          • Description:

            Coletta is a Latin relative of the better-known French Colette, which is derived from Nicole and is ultimately a feminization of Nicholas. Only a handful of baby girls are named Coletta or Nicoletta in the US each year, making this one of the rarest of the many forms of the name.
        • Colette
          • Origin:

            French, short form of Nicole, feminine variation of Nicholas, Greek
          • Meaning:

            "people of victory"
          • Description:

            Like the French author with whom the name is most closely associated, Colette is a chic and charming name that is being rediscovered. After disappearing for nearly 30 years, Colette rejoined the Top 1000 in 2012 at Number 659 and has continued to rise since then.
        • Cosette
          • Origin:

            French literary nickname
          • Meaning:

            "little thing"
          • Description:

            Cosette is best known as the heroine of Les Miserables. In the Victor Hugo novel, Cosette was the nickname given to the girl named Euphrasie by her mother. Although Hugo invented the name, some etymologists believe it's a spin on Colette, originally a female short form of Nicolas.
        • Cotton
          • Origin:

            Word name
          • Description:

            A name heard in Puritan times -- Cotton Mather was a minister involved in the Salem witchcraft trials -- which really deserves modern consideration as it blends nature and softness into a really trendy and wearable masculine name.
        • Della
          • Origin:

            Diminutive of Adela, Adele or Adelaide
          • Meaning:

            "noble"
          • Description:

            Fresh, bright, and sunny, Della could be an alternative to Ella, Delilah, or Adeline. Familiar but not yet overused, it combines the elements of contemporary favorites with vintage charm.
        • Edelle
          • Ella
            • Origin:

              German; English
            • Meaning:

              "all, completely; fairy maiden"
            • Description:

              Ella is a sweet, simple name that owes much of its current popularity to the popularity of other names, from Emma to Bella to Emily to Ellie.
          • Ellis
            • Origin:

              English surname derived from Elijah or Elias or Welsh
            • Meaning:

              "benevolent"
            • Description:

              Ellis, a surname used sparingly as a first in the Wallace/Morris period, sounds new now for girls, as a gender-neutral alternative to Ella or Alice. It debuted in the US Top 1000 for girls in 2015.-- Ellis has always been in the Top 1000 for boys -- and seems to be headed straight up. One of the most popular gender-neutral names, currently there are two baby boys named Ellis for every girl.
          • Ennis
            • Origin:

              Irish
            • Meaning:

              "from the island"
            • Description:

              An appealing Irish placename with a unisex feel, Ennis would be a fresh alternative to Dennis and Ellis. It's little-used for boys and even rarer for girls, but since Kirsten Dunst and Jesse Plemons used it for their son, it could be one to watch.
          • Estella
            • Origin:

              Latinate form of Estelle
            • Meaning:

              "star"
            • Description:

              Estella is a pretty Latin name that's sounding more and more stylish, remembered as the ward of Miss Haversham in Dickens's Great Expectations. Though Estella ranked as high as Number 110 in the 1880s, it now sits near the bottom of the US Top 1000 along with near-twin Estelle. Either would be well worth considering as an alternative to the popular Stella.
          • Estelle
            • Origin:

              French
            • Meaning:

              "star"
            • Description:

              Maybe it's because she shares that winning -elle sound with Isabel and Bella, but Estelle is no longer seen as a muumuu-wearing canasta player of a certain age (think George Costanza's mother on Seinfeld or Joey Tribbiani's talent agent in Friends). This could be in part thanks to the young Royal Couple of Sweden, who chose it for their firstborn daughter, or the single-named British R&B singer. It reentered the US Top 1000 in 2012 after a nearly fifty-year absence.