What happens when you mix thorium, oxygen, rhenium and nitrogen? You get ThOReN, which is as close as you can get to my name by using the symbols from the periodic table of elements. I wonder what that terrible concoction would look and smell like, and what other properties it would have? Thorium is a metallic actinoid, a source of nuclear power. There is probably more untapped energy available from thorium in the minerals of the earths crust than from combined uranium and fossil fuels. Its named for the god Thor is found in thorite and thorianite in New England. Im off to a good start. Oxygen, obvious. Rhenium is another metal, with a density exceeded only by that of platinum, iridium and osmium and a melting point exceeded only by tungsten and carbon. Nitrogen, again, obvious. I went through my phone list and here are some others. Basically, if your name starts with a J, you are out of luck until they find some more elements.
Boron, Oxygen, Boron (B2O?) BOB
Neon, Aluminum NeAl
Sulfur, Americium SAm
Taylor comes close with TaYLr (Tantalum, Yttrium, Lawrencium). I think everyone whose name creates a compound should get a sample of that compound free from either the government or the scientific community.