Quoting from Chabad's articles on Sha'ar Gilgulim:
God created a corresponding reality with respect to this as well. Therefore just as there is for a person a pre-determined name from the side of holiness, given to him by his father and mother at the time of his brit milah [ritual circumcision], likewise there is an established name from the side of the kelipot - the yetzer hara that enters the person at birth.6
My question is for all figures whose written name in Tanakh is their name from the side of holiness, what were their names from the side of the kelipot? For example if Jesse was Jesse's holy name, who I use as the example just because he makes a good example of someone purely holy, what was his name from the kelipot? Meaning even though it never attached to him, what was it in the kelipot? And some figures their unholy name attached to sometimes in their low moments but they overcame it. What was theirs?
And same question for every person in Tanakh, but if not the name for every person can't be found, since that's a long list, then just the most prominent people. And then for the wicked (or mostly wicked) in Tanakh whose name written there may have already been their "kelipot-name" so to speak, what were their holy names (even if they never attained them)? For most figures we're only told one name in Tanakh, so what is the "other" one? And for some figures they have many aliases in the midrash but most seem to be aliases of their name from one side or the other, which still doesn't tell us their name from the other side.
To those answering who have an entire list, of course please post it, but to those answering who do not, I still appreciate just answering whichever ones you know. If no one replies with a full list, maybe we will learn some from one response and some from others.
Source of quote: https://www.chabad.org/kabbalah/article_cdo/aid/1449556/jewish/Two-Names-For-Each-Person-234.htm. Please post sources if answering, at least to the best of your knowledge/recollection.
Edit 1: only response so far was unsure they are actually names, so here is an excerpt to clarify that.
"Hence, every person possesses two names, one from the side of holiness and one from the side of kelipa. If a person while living in this world is able to ascertain and know the name of the kelipa within him, he can thereby know from which level within Adam Bliya’al it was taken. In this way, he can understand his defect and the tikun [rectification process] he requires. This would then make rectification simpler and separation from the kelipa possible during his lifetime, as opposed to after death..."