Other times, failing a similar story, I'll simply rely on translation. In Leander's case, this ended up as the Taktiki Michani (tactical machine). Other items, such as the glasses Leander got, have similar naming schemes (Iaptah, in this case).
But as Leander's legend grows it seems appropriate that the items he carries become more about who he is and less about who he was empowered by. Leander uses his spear as a tool more often than not, using it to signal and gesture. So as his power grows it's only fitting that it transitions from being named for his mother to being about what it is for Leander. The best translation to transliterated Greek I can find for this is Tha Strati̱gós Tou, meaning "Strategist's Will." The spear has become the extension of Leander's ideas and needs and the new name of it reflects the way in which others see it.
Similarly the Iaptah and Taktiki Michani, as well as the lock of illusion-cutting hair and mana-bead of the Atua, will eventually transition. They'll become the four pieces of a Corinthian-style helmet. The lock of hair will be the crest of the helm. The Iaptah (renamed Warrior's Vigilance), will be a clear shield for the opening of the helm. The Taktiki Michani will become the main piece of the helmet, though still able to become the iPad it once was, and be renamed the Defender's Codex. The mana-bead will be relatively unchanged, but will sit at the center of the helm's forehead. My intention is that each of the pieces could still separate and work, but that this Leander's preferred form of wear for them so that he can have quick access to them all.
I think Leander would make it well known that he was not the first to carry the Armor of Odysseus and Shield of El Cid, but would work to make it clear that he carries them and continues to use those names in order to honor the warriors he respects and used as inspirations for his own strategic style.
Hopefully, this will help make it more clear why each of these items are important to Leander's legend while still allowing him to honor his heritage.