Baby girl's name Fernanda. Though it is Spanish, a beautiful variant of Ferdinand, this name crosses over to English by being easy to pronounce and having adorable classic English nickname Fern, as in the sweet girl from Charlotte's Web. Nanda is the more typical NN, though dated, and without the popular vintage botanical vibe of Fern. Think of it as Fern + (Am)anda and you see it won't be a tough name to carry in combination English-speaking and Spanish-speaking families.
Everley. From Old English "Aefre" and "Leah," meaning "Ever's meadow, Ever's wood," or possibly meaning "longstanding wood; meadow/glen that has existed a long time." Everly was one of the top fastest-rising names of 2010, originally a boy's name but now more often given to girls, probably thanks to Everly Clothing brand. Visit http://www.pinterest.com/meggiemaye/for-love-of-names/ for your own requests or to see more name inspo.