I'm not sure if you misunderstood me or if I'm misunderstanding you.
I didn't mean to say that there's one name that includes all these things. These are various names that speak about various qualities of G-d. Many if not most Biblical names are like this, expressing qualities of G-d. They didn't randomly pick names, these are names that express the hopes or expectations of the one naming.
Solomon for instance, was called Solomon (peace) by his father, Jedidiah (friend of G-d) by Nathan the Prophet and he called himself Koheleth (one who gathers [wisdom]). Jewish sources also relate another three names to him.
In the verse from Isaiah 9:5, because there was peace in the Judean kingdom - especially during those trying times - his reign expressed these qualities. The prophet is simply doing the same thing Nathan did.
I understand you. I just meant we have a case for one particular son, that would have all these things said about him. So it appears to be more than just a name he would be given.