The slow pronunciation option seems to swallow the "ım" in " adım", sounding like "Benim ad Emel".
According to Google Translate, "Emel" is a word that translates to "ambitions." I wonder if the translated word and the given name are one in the same.
In most languages, names have meanings. European names often stem from hebrew, greek, roman, germanic, and keltic. So, their meaning is often obfuscated.
Some African-American names would be interestingly creative exceptions to your points: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/African_Americans#Traditional_names
This one was a little tough because "Emel" was not previously shown to me, so I knew it was a name, but had a hard time hearing exactly what the computer voice was saying so I could guess the correct spelling. Luckily I guessed right. :)
Adım is 1st person (my name), adın is 2nd petson (your name). Hmm - I wonder if "benim adın" could mean something like "my name for you" -(no matter how everybody else is calling you). - Or the other way round "your name for me".