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Double subverted with Wormtongue, who was given the name because of his Treacherous Advisor ways. And yet his true name is "Gríma, son of Galmod", directly translated from Anglo-Saxon means "Mask, son of Licentious". Nice. Even in modern English, it just sounds "Grimy".
Vermin in the Redwall series. When characters with names like Scumnose, Mangefur and Cheesethief knock on the door of your abbey, do you follow the dictates of peace and let them in, or do you put up all the barricades and start hunting down Martin the Warrior's sword?
From Adventures in Odyssey, the evil Dr. Regis Blackgaard ("blackguard" means a troublemaker). Arguably subverted in that he has a twin brother, Edwin, who shares the name but is only guilty of being a Large Ham.
There was a famous embezzler during the recession from about 2008 in named Bernie Madoff (pronounced "made-off") Robin Williams lampshaded the irony about an embezzler having such a name, "What's next? A law firm called Dewey Fuckyou and How?"
Creflo Dollar's last name sounds like something one would want to change the name from before becoming a televangelist; not to.
People named Simon, especially children (as in, "Simon Says"), may be capable of mind controlor more.