Eventually they seem to sort of name themselves. The right one will feel right. My daughter named our first one Sayblee. She took weeks to decide (9 yr old) and drove me nuts.
((Name: Sayblee 0
Meaning of Sayblee
Stay in Home; From Liberia))
2nd one I named Arwen (yeah Lord of the Rings). She didn't ROOOO properly, she said RRRRR. So the ARR wen fit.
Cara I named for a character from the Sword of Truth series.
Our Samoyed was harder... my daughter wanted to name him Moose (pamplemoose... french for grapefruit) but we had just lost Merlin and her dad and I kept calling him Merlin and being sad so she changed it to Spencer (Criminal Minds). Oddly, after a month, we just eased back into Moose.
So try a few out, see if they fit the dog, if they trigger happy or good responses. Dogs adjust... so if you go through a few names, they don't care. They are attached to being called, not what name you use.
Akila Grace is lovely.
Shadow is cute.
Skeeter reminds me of mosquitoes or the aliens from Fallen Sky.
The only one that will know the RIGHT name is you. Do we get pictures of her?