In Star Trek: Picard episode 2, "Maps and Legends", we met Commodore Oh who appears to be very high in (the head of?) Starfleet Security or Section 31.
Objects on her desk and her position indicate she is
posing as (or is) Vulcan and events of the episode demonstrate she is a Romulan (Zhat Vash) operative.
Now, what's unusual here is that her name is a typical Earth Korean name. (The actor's name, Tamlyn Tomita, appears to be of Japanese origin.)
So, how to we reconcile this?
"Asian" Vulcans have Earth Asian names? (Any precedent for this very un-Vulcan name at all or qualitatively different names in different Vulcan ethnicities?)
The character was named before it was decided to make her appearance Vulcan/Romulan, perhaps because two Romulans posing as humans would be repetitive?
The character is posing as part-Human / part-Vulcan and her name is Human?
For what it's worth, here's a list of known named Vulcans. Their names are typically two syllables and start with S, T, or V. This is nothing like the consonant-free single-syllable Oh.