EGYPTIAN NAMES

EGYPTIAN NAMES

Choosing the right name for your baby all at once can be a really difficult task. If to this we add that you may have differences with your partner when choosing the name or you have several options, the task of choosing a name can last for months.

In recent times, mothers and fathers are looking for original names for their babies to really have an overwhelming personality, and that is why sometimes they look for names in other languages, such as Egyptian, so that the baby can be different from the first minute he/she is born.

If what you are looking for right now are Egyptian names for women and men, whether modern, ancient, funny, rare or gods of mythology, it is clear that this article is ready for you, because in it you will find a great list of names that will be great if only to learn more about Egyptian names.

Female Egyptian Names

If you are having a girl, it is clear that you are looking for female names. Keep reading so you don’t miss a single detail of the list of Egyptian names for girls.

Egyptian woman
Tauret
Niut, symbolizing “nothingness”.
Neb, representing nature.
Astarte
Amunet
Umm
Heget
Ahmose
Olympia
Nefertiti, meaning “beauty is here”.
Yanara
Yah
Edjo
Kiki
Serq
Nefret
Khissa
Uatchit, meaning “sacred”.
Heqat is a goddess representing fertility.
Memphis, meaning “tigress”.
Mehet-Weret
Nephthys
Renenet
Epi
Mout, meaning “reckless”.
Isis
Neferu
Mandisa
Keket, represents the night
Sakhmet
Ahhotep
Kama
Kiya
Nailah
Herneith
Anat
Berenice
Uadjit, “snake
Zaliki
Nekhbet
Maat
Mehturt
Bastet
Nefertari
Arsinoe
Annipe
Weretyamtes
Tueris, “defender of mothers”.
Tiye
Cleopatra
Nubia
Neith, symbolizes death
Mentuhotep
Nut
Hatshepsut, whose meaning is “bold maiden”.
Kawit
Hekit, meaning “lively”.
Meritites
Ebonee
Naunet
Hehet
Sacmis

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Male Egyptian Names

On the other hand, if you are going to have a boy and you still have doubts about what to name him, don’t miss a single detail of this list of Egyptian male names.

Fenuku, meaning “dusk”.
Jabari
Ishaq
Jafari
Khalfani which means “faithful to the rules”.
Gyasi
Donkor, “honorable”.
Queb
Badru
Ottah
Amsu
Zuberi
Makalani, the meaning is “the one who sings writing
Msrah
Kamuzu
Fadil, “giving
Bes
Jumoke
Fenyang
Akil
Thabit
Dakarai
Odion
Omari
Nizsm
Usi
Khalid
Kazemde
Ode, which means “traveler”.
Chigaru
Akhenaten, meaning “faithful to Aten”.
Ebonne
Sekani
Moses
Sudi
Nkuku
Chisise
Paki
Moswen
Ramses
Chenzira
Azibo
Sabola
Adofo
Radames
Re, means “the one who illuminates”.
Chafulumisa, means “swift”.
Lukman
Najja
Baba
Kosei
Lisimba, meaning “predator”.
Matsimela
Abubakar
Minkabh
Hanif
Tumaini
Hakizimana
Apophis
Husani
Bankole
Adeben
Aten
Abasi, “strict
Tarik
Musim
Aswad
Teremun
Mukhwsna
Yafeu
Khnum
Madu
Maskini
Mempbis
Osahar
Gahiji
Hondo
Bomani

Names of Egyptian gods

The Egyptian culture has a language that belonged to the Afro-Asiatic languages and that accompanies other languages such as Demotic or Coptic and has made over the centuries and centuries a great mythological history in which the gods and goddesses reigned, as well as the pharaohs who were buried in the pyramids.

All their traditions had a special meaning, as well as all the names they used, which I show you below:

Anubis
Isis
Horus
Nephthys
Nejbet
Keb
Sejmet
Maat
Osiris
Hor
Amun
Set
Hathor
Ra
Tatenen
Bastet
Nut
Cmun
Thot
Apis
Anuket