Recently, I had someone from Taiwan help me create Chinese name for myself to use when writing/communicating with those in Chinese speaking areas.
In our discussion, I had suggested 大恩 as a given/first name based on some of his guidance and ideas, to which he replied that the usage of 大 in a name is uncommon and makes the name seem "Unsophisticated", and recommended 太恩 as an alternative. This surprised me as I was of the understanding that "大" was a common character for use in names.
I've since looked into this to see if I could learn more about what he was referencing, and found that the name 大恩 is (relatively) common and can't seem to find anyone discussing stigma behind the "大" character. Looking up 太恩 as well shows that it is uncommon compared to 大恩.
So my question is, is 大恩 really an "Unsophisticated' sounding given name because of the 大 character, and that it's better to go with 太恩? If so, is this stigma something that applies to all of the Chinese speaking regions, or only a few?
Or is that idea just not correct and 大恩 is completely fine to go with?
(Or is it perhaps better different name entirely if both aren't great?)
Any help would be appreciated! Thanks