There was a study I read in college about body weight and attractiveness in women. Many Hebrew names have slight variations, and other less common names do not appear on this list at all. Adina Adina means "gentle." Ahuva Ahuva means "beloved." The word appears in the Bible, in Deuteronomy and Nechemia .I can also tell you that men have a wide range of what they consider to be an ideal weight and their “type” of woman.
Ariella Ariella means "lioness of God." The variant form "Ariel" is another name for Jerusalem, and specifically the altar in the Holy Temple (Ezekiel ).
(variations: Ariel, Arielle) Atara Atara means "crown." It is sometimes used for naming after a Kreindel, a Yiddish name of the same meaning.
Avigail Avigail means "father's joy." Avigail appears in the Bible as King David's wife (1-Samuel ).
(variations: Abigail, Avigayil) Avishag Avishag means "father's joy." Avishag appears in the Bible as attending to King David in his old age (1-Kings 1:3).
And here’s a warning: far too often, those cheesy pet names aren’t ones that we choose for ourselves.