We threw at least 30 different names onto a piece of paper, including "jellyfish" in several different languages, several plays on the word "lucid", every possible variation on the latin root for "light", and some really anthropomorphic pet names. Then we argued about it for a long time. Then we'd ask other people, and argue some more with them. "Clyde" was the name that we ended up liking best collectively, since it's cute and personable and feels like a good pet name.
We've noticed that people sometimes associate the name with Clydesdale horses, which is cool. We like the association with a working animal, since we're aiming for something in a similar vein: a useful device that also inspires care and affection.