Firstly i would like to say may Allah bestow His blessings upon you and your family, ameen. About your question, I found some information and I hope it helps you.
But first I would like to give you an advice. You know there are many muslim names that are so beautiful for boys and girls, but I really understand what you feel about Arab names because you are new to Islam so its very normal :). Ok now the info I found : -
When naming a child, Muslims must avoid names which are prohibited or disliked in Islam. These forbidden names fall into four main categories:
- Names That Connote Idolatry - It is forbidden for Muslims to give their children names that have idolatrous meanings, such as Abdul-Shams ("Servant of the Sun") or Abdul-Nabi ("Servant of the Prophet").
- Names That Are Befitting of God Alone - It would be arrogant and idolatrous for a human being to be given one of Allah's names, such as Malik Al-Mulk ("The King of Kings") or Al-Khaliq ("The Creator").
- Names of Tyrants - It is disliked for Muslims to use the names of historical figures or famous people who were idolaters or tyrants, such as Pharoah or Abu Jahl.
- Names With Bad Meanings - Muslims should not give their children names with disliked meanings, such as Hazn ("Rugged") or Harb ("War"). These are examples of names that the Prophet Muhammad ordered changed during his lifetime.
The most important consideration when choosing a name for your child is that it has an appropriate, Islamic meaning.
May Allah guide us all on our path
Jazaki Allah khiir