Masculine names such as Daniel, Joseph, and Michael have feminized forms: Danielle/Daniela, Josephine/Josephina, Michelle/Michaela/Mikayla.
I've heard that when choosing a name for a baby, you would look up a particular Torah portion, depending on the baby's birthday.
But, on a more general note, what is the commonality of religious Jews feminizing masculine Biblical names if they have a baby girl? Obviously there is no prohibition against this (that I know of), but I have never heard of religious Jews feminizing common Biblical names which are originally masculine, although this is common among Christians: Josephine (Joseph) and Joanna (John). Do Jews ever do this?
Maybe it's just me, but I've never heard of there being a Josephina among religious Jews.
Why don't religious Jews ever feminize names?
Even if the Biblical character is male, you're naming the child after their characteristics, values, morals, etc,...