Best Answer: *Ramsey means "wild-garlic island" in Old English.
...Ailsa is an island off the coast of Scotland
...Delia comes from the name of the Greek island, Delos
...Elba is an island off the coast of Italy
...Iona is an island off the coast of Scotland
...Kelsey means "Cenel's island", from the Old English term
...Rhona means "rough island" in Gaelic.
>>I think Rhona is the closest in meaning but Kelsey is closest in sound.
*Ethan means "solid, enduring" in Hebrew. Evelyn is close in sound.
...AIYANA: may mean "ever-blooming."
...AMARA: Short form of Latin Amarantha, meaning "unfading."
...CONSTANCE: English form of Latin Constantia, meaning "steadfast."
>>Amara would be a good choice
*Ben (DON'T say Benni or Bennie or Bennee) - depends if it comes from Benjamin, Benedict, or Bennett
...BENEDETTA f Italian feminine form of BENEDICT
...BENITA f Spanish feminine form of BENITO (Benedict)
...BENJAMINE f French feminine form of BENJAMIN
...BENOITE f French feminine form of BENEDICT
>>Benjamine is the most likely choice
*Dean is an English name meaning "valley"
...DALE means a person who lived near a dale or valley
...ELIDI is the name of a valley in western Greece
...GLYNIS is from the Welsh word for "valley"
>>Glynis is the closest in meaning but Dale is closer is sound.
*Lawrence means "from Laurentum", a city in ancient Italy,
...LARYN f English (Rare)
...LAUREN f English
...LAURENA f English (Rare)
...LAURENCIA f English (Rare)
...LAURENTIA f Ancient Roman
...LAURENTINA f Ancient Roman
...LAURENTINE f French
...LAURYN f English (Modern)
...LORENA (2) f English
...LORENZA f Italian, Spanish
*Vinnie (DON'T say Lavinia): nn for Vincent (Latin meaning "to conquer")
...VINCENZA f Italian
...VINKA f Croatian
As you can see, some of thes names simply do not have a feminine referent so you would have to find something close in meaning or in sound.