I think for people completely ignorant of mythology-- and there certainly are many-- it will just be an attractive 1-syllable name with a cool O sound. Some might remember the quaint exclamation ‘by jove!’
For anyone who remembers their childhood [name_m]Greco[/name_m]-[name_m]Roman[/name_m] mythology lessons though (and there are many of them, too) it will be pretty hard to wear. Best left as a GP.
I agree with [name_m]Blade[/name_m]. I would feel mildly offended because it’s the name of the top god of [name_m]Roman[/name_m] (which is basically a parallel of Greek) mythology. It’s the same as naming someone [name_m]Zeus[/name_m], Yahweh, etc. Now, in the middle, it comes off as an honor name and it’s an entirely different thing. [name_m]Benjamin[/name_m] [name_m]Jove[/name_m] is cool and seems like your honoring where are [name_m]Jove[/name_m] [name_m]Benjamin[/name_m] seems as above. It’s not just mean, I know a lot of pagans in my area feel similarly. [name_m]Minor[/name_m] gods/goddesses are ok in the front, major gods/goddesses stay in the middle. [name_m]Just[/name_m] my opinion.
Now, I would keep it in the middle. I think it’s cool in the middle. In the front, aside from the above, I just think it sounds too quick, if you understand. Insubstantial I guess.