Why does the conventional spelling need to be messed with? What sort of name is 'Devlynn'? Is that a boys' or a girls' name? I think that sometimes parents see two names they like, can't decide on either, so just decide to go with squashing them together. And 'Dante'? It sound a bit hell-like to me. Imagine being Dilynn in a few years on the phone to an Indian call centre. "No, it's Dilynn. No, not with a Y. No, not D-I-L-I-N! And there's two N's!" Not to mention Devlynn being teased for his girlish moniker.
At least some parents put some thought into their children's names. Did this mother cuddle the child after he was born to feel 'his energy'? Did he actually vibrate? Because most children would have nasty-sounding names if we all tried match them with their newborn vibrations.
Think of the future. Would you employ a 'Raven' or 'Dante'? Would anybody take a 'Destiny' or 'Nevaeh' seriously? Unfortunately, first impressions count.