Yes, we can if the name is not an exclusive for Allah. Many Muslims are unaware that, when it comes to Allah’s Names, there is a distinction between names that are exclusive and those that aren’t.
Shaikh Abdulaziz Ibn Baz, the late Islamic scholar, explained saying:
“Allah’s Names are not forbidden for people to use except if the names are exclusive to Him. (For example), Al-Khallaaq (the Ever-Creating), Ar-Razzaaq (the Ever-Providing), Maalik al-Mulk (Owner of the Dominion), Ar-Rahmaan (the Most Gracious), etc.
“As for names not exclusive to Allah, then a person may take one that suits him. A person can be called Haleem, Ra’oof (kind), or Raheem (merciful) as Allah described His Prophet, Muhammad ﷺ as: ‘With the believers, he is (ra’oof) kind and (raheem) merciful.’” (Qur’an, 9:128)
[Paraphrased from his fatwa on Nur alad-Darb program.]