Novel character names

Oi, are you a writer who is too lazy to come up with your own dystopian names? Well here is a compilation of names I made up and collected. From one writer to another, may your characters find names.
  1. Akari
    • Origin:

      Japanese
    • Meaning:

      "light; vermillion"
    • Description:

      Akari is a feminine name in Japan but gender-neutral in the US, with a slight edge as a masculine name.
  2. Adfin
    • Amberlin
      • Brynn
        • Origin:

          Spelling variation of Bryn, Welsh
        • Meaning:

          "hill"
        • Description:

          Brynn outshines the original Welsh Bryn in the popularity stakes. This simple, brisk name might be seen as a combination of Bree and Lynn, an androgynous-sounding choice that especially in this spelling is not truly unisex: Brynn, for boys, is not even in the Top 1000.
      • Bein
        • Carlynn
          • Emma
            • Origin:

              German
            • Meaning:

              "universal"
            • Description:

              Emma has now been among the top girl names in the United States for several years, claiming the Number 1 crown in 2008 and again from 2015 to 2018 before dropping back to second place.
          • Euro
            • Fyrne
              • Hileah
                • Ikra
                  • Irto
                    • Jahl
                      • Kahler
                        • Kyril
                          • Millie
                            • Origin:

                              Diminutive of Mildred or Millicent
                            • Meaning:

                              "gentle strength; strong in work"
                            • Description:

                              Millie is back. It's a Top 100 name throughout much of the English-speaking world, though not yet in the US. Millicent would be an appealing long form, but many people are using Millie all by its cute self -- so many, in fact, that it returned to the Top 500 in 2015 for the first time since World War 2 and continues to climb.
                          • Penny
                            • Origin:

                              English, diminutive of Penelope
                            • Description:

                              Like Peggy and Patsy, the kind of zesty moniker young Judy Garland would sport in her early let's-put-on-a-show flicks. It fell out of favor (and the Top 1000) for a while, but has recently rebounded by reentering the charts in 2013. Expect it to continue gaining traction as a result of surprise hit Penelope.
                          • Ryre
                            • Selkie
                              • Origin:

                                Scottish
                              • Meaning:

                                "seal folk"
                              • Description:

                                In Scottish folklore, selkies are mythical creatures that resemble seals in the water but assume human form on land.
                            • Silvie