As you may (or may not) know, a Tiefling has often a "Virtue" name that embodies the Tiefling willingness to find a place in the world.
Among those "Virtue" names the following are suggested in the 5e PHB (Tiefling Names section in the Tiefling race description - p. 43): Art, Chant, Despair, Fear, Excellence and Carrion.
Since one player of our party has a Tiefling named Carrion and since I am not a native english speaker, I didn't know what Carrion means or calls for. After checking it out, it seems that Carrion "refers to the carcass of a dead animal." (Wikipedia).
I was quite stunned, because I don't see how it embodies any idea, virtue or ideal. Does someone has an explanation (that could be phylosophical), or another definition of the word "carrion"?