What were popular names in ancient Greece?

Names were often a compound of two words, one part of which might be a god/goddess.
A popular beginning was Aristo- (good) with a following part such as phanes (appearing) hence the comedy playwright Aristophanes.
And Aristotle the philosopher (=best purpose).
Also Cleopatra the last queen of Egypt (cleo = glory, patros = of the father). Pericles (peri- in excess, kleos = glory).
Heracles (or Hercules - Hera = goddess Hera, kles = glory of)
For a non-compound names Helen (helene = torch), Hector (hector = holding fast).