"Emilio" is a fairly common name in Spanish, and using that wouldn't be a bad move, if you want to make it contemporary. (Good luck fitting that into your hexameter line, though. "Emilio, if poor, get comfy in your ditch"? Or maybe "Emil, being poor, get comfy in your ditch"?)
Last edited by Julie Steiner; 06-14-2019 at 08:01 PM.