Back in the mid eighties, Malayalee Christians were fascinated by the "Any letter" incy series, I mean Bincy, Rincy, Lincy, Tincy and what not. So when I was born my dad insisted on me being named with a letter "R" since he wanted his children to be named after the first letter of his name. So someone suggested a name from the most trending names then and I was named "Rincy". But mom was not supportive of the idea of naming her daughter with a common name and series!
They referred to a slight change in the name and I was then called "Rinzy". Again mom wasn't fully felicitating the idea clueless about what should be the modification. One day, out of the blue, dad suggested I must be named "Rinzu" and didn't state the reasons. But presumably it was suggested by some Japanese colleague of his I guess. And even mom gave a "thumbs up" to it.
I finally got a very rare and un-Indian name "Rinzu" which means Japanese silk used for kimono.