Danica and Lucifer are probably the only ones familiar in the US, but there are a quite a few others....
(surprisingly, most of the names I found are commonly used on people; the few that are mainly mythological/literary are marked with an *. Also, almost all the names refer to the morning star--or Venus in general--the ones referring to only the evening star are noted as such)
- Arusiak (ah-ROOS-yak, Armenian)--also transliterated as Arusyak.
- Aušrinė (oh-SHREEN-ay [trilled/rolled R], Lithuanian)
- Ayelet (ah-YEH-let, Hebrew)--lit. "gazelle". 'Ayelet hashachar ("gazelle of dawn") is the Hebrew name for the morning star.
- Berlewen (behr-LEOO-en ['EOO' roughly sounds like the short 'e' of English "let" and the short 'oo' of "took" smashed together], Cornish)--a modern revival Cornish name. Another form is Borlowen* (bor-LOO-en).
- Danica (DAN-ik-ah, English; DAH-neets-ah, Croatian, Macedonian, Serbian, Slovenian)
- Jitřenka (yih-TRZHENK-ah [no close English equivalent for the ř, sort of a buzzy rolled R], Czech)
- Lucero (loo-SEH-roh, Spanish)--lit. "light-giver, brilliance". Lucero del alba ("light-giver of dawn") is the Spanish name for the morning star.
- Quetzalli (ket-SAHL-lee, Nahuatl)--lit. "feather". Quetzalcoatl is the god of the morning star in Aztec mythology. Modern Spanish spelling is Quetzali.
- Sagal (sah-GAL, Somali)
- Vakarinė* (vah-kah-REE-nay [trilled/rolled R], Lithuanian) [evening]
- Zornitsa (zor-NEET-sah, Bulgarian)
- Zorya* (ZOHR-yah, Russian, Ukrainian)--lit. "dawn". Zorya Vechernyaya and Zorya Utrennyaya are the goddesses of the evening star and morning star, respectively, in Slavic mythology.
[related names Zora/Zoran/Zorana are common in the Slavic languages]
- Ēarendel* (AYR-en-del, Old English)--Old Norse form is Aurvandil* (AWR-vahn-dil). Orentil*, Orendel*, and Erentil* are related names found in medieval German literature.
[Tolkien fans might notice the similarity between Ēarendel and Eärendil--well, Tolkien was an Old English scholar. ;) ]
- Lucifer* (LOO-sif-er, [anglicized] Latin)--lit. "bringer of light"
- Tariq (TAH-rik, Arabic)--lit. "knocker, striker"
- Tāwera (TAH-weh-rah, Maori)
- Vesper* (VES-per, [anglicized] Latin)--Original Greek form is Hesperos*. [evening]
- Khwezi (KWEH-zee, Zulu)
- Tsolmon (TSAHL-mun, Mongolian)