You could also have just put it back on the page and cited proof while at it. For those who just look at the page, they might miss it as well, since the connections you made weren't very obvious.
Also, just to confirm, the dash in the middle of Goma's name is just for pronunciation, right? Although it seems to alter the romanji spelling to "Gohma" rather than "Goma". Apparently, a boss in Zelda is also called Gohma ... and looks quite different from the Goma here ^^;
The part that's confusing is why you brought the dish goma-ae into your explanation. The usual spelling for the dish is written in kanji (胡麻和え) rather than katakana/hirigana (ゴマどうふ), so if someone looks up the dish (which is what you mentioned), they won't have a clue as to how the two are related. I can't see any connection between the dish and his name, since the part you were getting at was only the sesame part.
Saying that Goma meant sesame, and putting the katakana for it (ゴマ) next to your explanation, would have been much simpler and clearer.
By the way the dash in the name is practically for pronouciation yes, the "ー" character in some japanese terms of words or names is used to extend the pronouncation so take a name like Lee for example it has the same "ー" character at the end what the character is doing is that it's extending the two ee's pronounciatios at the end of the name and since Japanese alphabets never use the letter the "L" it would be spelled like this Rī and the kanji character looks like this リー.
First, it's actually "Sonoida." Secondly, the link you posted said Sonida is Greek, not German
Okay here's the skinny to put this all under the bridge and let things be bigons be bigons. Why don't you ask a friend who probably japanese or learns japanese and ask them about the name and what it means.
I mean the name and meaning fits I'm because Dr. Z has great wisdom when it comes to finding dinosaurs and a countries have ceremonies to predict the next outcome.
"D" stop being so serious and technical, proof has nothing to do with it and besides if it did then I would tell you this that the Flintstones are pretty famous and so it's possibly that they could've gave the Deinonychus leader the name because of the character.
Besides you got any other suggestions on the Deinonychus was named Dino. Unless you think its a slight pun for the first part of its name...
Key word: possibly. I don't find any reason to think that it's from the Flintstones. Sure, it's famous. But Dino could be referring to anything. It's a name, shortened from Bernardino, which means "strong". You can add it back, but I just don't see any reason to assume that it's a reference just because they share traits. If we were doing that, I could compile a whole list of other characters that share traits with DK ones.
Bernardino is probably an Italian name. I just threw that out there because of the fact that "Dino" (pronounced deeno, as per the character you said) isn't limited to just the Flintstones.
The Flintstones is technically set in the Stone Age, I wouldn't particularly say it's dinosaur-themed, it just happens to have (out of place) dinosaurs. I don't particularly like The Flintstones, though, so my memory of it is probably wrong.
I removed the trivia piece because it very specifically said Tyrannosaurs, which limited the scope to Tyrannosaurs. If he fought distant cousins of Tyrannosaurs, that's fine, but they're not Tyrannosaurs, they're distant cousins of them. It's a given that he fought distant cousins. But unlike the other main dinosaurs, he didn't really fight any in his "immediate" family.
Wait, what are you trying to say with your last sentence? You're agreeing with me there/make no sense (Minor characters don't have a significant impact and some of them don't; that's essentially what you just said).
So you went into the anime, asked them their histories and relationships, and can put that info on the Wiki? That's what I'm talking about when I say "enough info to write anything about them". For example, we have a page for Amy (which I don't believe should exist), but we can't really add anything to her page besides what's already on there. We see their teacher twice (or more?), but we don't know anything about her except that she dislikes being called old (or young), is energetic, and can be a bit immature. Neither of them really caused any development for any of the characters, nor did their actions give insight into any other character's behaviour.
Ah. That would be important to put on the page, since not everyone (like myself) is familiar with the Godzilla storyline and premise, so it would be difficult to see the relation. (It wouldn't be a pun, either.)