I'm in the editing stages of my novel - I'm getting down to the point where I am fixing minor details, historical details, etc. Anyway, I've had my main character's name picked out for years now, but am realizing that it's one of the only things completely out of touch with the story. I'm writing a historical piece, in 9th century Ireland, and my character's name is Jade. (Which is an english name, could be used, but not in line with names during that time period). So my question is, I have a new name picked out, 'Orleath', which in old Irish name which means 'Golden Princess'. Do you think that is too obvious or cliche for the story, since she is a princess? I just love that name, and I doubt anyone who reads the story will actually make the connection. I don't want to be one of those writers who has name/meaning connections for all their characters. What do you think?