I'm not sure we still have this one in the yard. This is 'Helene Dohr'. I have found that the variegated ones are less robust than the edged leaf ones. They also have a tendency to revert to a larger leaf, not all that pretty form that is hugely aggressive and needs to be kept under control. I mostly just pull it all out. I don't have a picture of it, but trust me, you'll know if yours has reverted.
This is 'Golden Anniversary' a new one we got this year. It is pretty similar to 'Anne Greenway' but the colors seem a little more subtle.
This has always been one of my favorites, 'Beedham's White'. I suppose it is for the white flowers since the leaves are anything but white with their glowing gold color and cream mid-leaf stripe.
Another older one, 'Red Nancy'. There is also a 'White Nancy' with white flowers and similar leaves.
Last but not least, is Lamium album 'Friday'. Still a Lamium but much different. It can take more sun and is an upright plant. It seems a bit more difficult to grow, though it also seems to be able to disappear and reappear a year or two later in the same, or maybe even a different place. Slightly ephemeral, but lovely none the less.