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Another quick one because dat look on her face is so funneh.
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Hmmm ... cool idea to use another language like that. But I like to avoid names that are too common with characters, lest they sound unimaginative. Like you named them after your best friend, dead grandmother, or stuck a pin in a phone book or something.
The best example I've ever seen of what I'm talking about is the classic Twilight Zone episode "Eye of the Beholder". The Twilight Zone didn't have particularly well-written/developed characters/story at the best of times, because the plot is usually just a thin excuse to build up to the DUN DUN DUN moment at the end, (that's why M. Night Shyamalan wears pretty thin pretty quick too). But in that particular episode after she takes the bandages off the doctor introduces her to a man named "Mr. Smith". My beholding eyes roll every time. Dude doesn't even have a first name.
On the other hand, that name does work in a positive way in The Matrix, because it actually implies something descriptive about the character.
Now you don't want to go too far the other way, like calling a baker, "Baker", but it should be kinda descriptive and funny/cool and kinda different, (or a different take on a common name), especially with a cartoon character, (eg. Bugs Bunny, Porky Pig, Mickey Mouse).
For the reasons stated above, I'd probably tend toward "Connery" instead if I was going to go with that. Poetically speaking it has the same "sound" to it as "coronary", but in kind of funny play-on-words type way, while being a proper but not common name - and a well-known one thanks to Sean Connery, so it already has a bit of star-level gravitas.
The only thing is, I'm not so sure he "looks" like a Connery. Maybe it will grow on me though ... I'll think about it.
Thanks to everyone for the suggestions and votes though. Keep 'em comin'.