Greek Story: Couples Names

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I have a loose idea about a dystopian type world that is run by a sort of mob who individually go by the names of evil greek gods and claims to have powers relating to them.

(Example: Oizys, the greek god of misery, anxiety, depression, gives people the feeling of anxiety and/or depression)

(Example 2: Apate, the greek god of deceit, can make anyone believe any word they say.)

In the story, there is a couple who, together, have decided to go after the mob and prove to everyone that they’re just a bunch of regular humans and they don’t need to follow their rule anymore. I wanted feedback on the couple’s names: [name_f]Evangeline[/name_f] ([name_f]Lin[/name_f] or [name_u]Vannie[/name_u] for short??) and [name_m]Uriah[/name_m] (Maybe [name_m]Uri[/name_m] for short?). [name_f]Evangeline[/name_f] is also greek and means “bearer of good news” which I thought was fitting, and [name_m]Uriah[/name_m] is Hebrew and means “God is my light” which is not quite related to the story.

I wanted to know if the names went well together, and if they sound good. Should both of the meanings apply to the story? Or should they bother be greek names to fit with the theme?

I think the names go well together, although maybe there is a Greek name similar to [name_m]Uriah[/name_m] that would work? While I don’t think the meanings have to apply to the story, it would be cool if they both had Greek names.