Just looked at some sites with Anglo-saxon names and similar (to run with the "theme" you have going - btw your boys' names are gorgeous!)
Here's a few nice ones:
Some of these probably aren't very traditional as far as Anglo-Saxon names go, some with viking elements, and I'm pretty sure *Tova is derived from a hebrew word.
Regardless of where they came from, I think they'd go very nicely with your boys' names :-) Happy name hunting!
I love unique girls names too
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My best friend is having a girl and calling her Lenie but its pronounced Laney
These r on my long list of girl names I hope to use in part when I have a baby! My mum and husband have said i have unusual tastes...
There is an amazing thread in BH somewhere called 'Names you love but don't have the guts to use.' It's worth checking it out for unusual and beautiful names. Pages of them in there. Good luck finding the perfect name.
As to whether easy pronunciation should be a decider, it depends on what you consider 'easy'. Some people can't spell or pronounce anything correctly and I wouldn't base my name choice on what they're capable of. In other cases people may be unaware of established pronunciations (Siobhan is a good example). I'd hate to think that uncommon or ethnic names will disappear just because people don't like having their pronunciation corrected.
I love Elodie.
Other not so common names:
Keira (my name... Although I hear it a lot more now)
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My DD's middle name is Cerynise, I haven't heard of anyone with that name...
Names that we're considering for the future:
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