Egyptian names

In antiquity, Egyptian first names very often had a meaning related to Egyptian mythology. Especially those for boys who referred to the solar god: Re, creator of the universe. These Egyptian names were written in hieroglyphics, a writing made up of symbols and various objects to form words. Even today, some Egyptian first names still have meanings related to mythology, such as the female first name Anat. Indeed, Anat became Re's daughter and was known to be a warrior goddess who protected the ruler in battle. Or the first name Hathor, which also comes from Egyptian mythology, means "Abode of Horus". The goddess Hathor is considered as the daughter of Re, of whom we spoke earlier, she is celebrated for her kindness.

If you want to give your baby a name of Egyptian origin that will refer to mythology and that will also have some meaning, you will find a list of ideas below:

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Egyptian names today, like those used in the time of the Pharaohs, refer to gods or myths. So their meaning can be interesting if you are trying to give your child an original name with a story behind it.

If you have not found the one that suits you in this list, do not hesitate to consult the Aramaic names.