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My social studies teacher pronounces it: Hat SHEP (Say SHEP really high) Sue it.
Sori  10/12/2005
It is pronounced hat-CHEEP-soot by some Egyptians.
― Anonymous User  10/23/2007
I like this name because it is an Ancient Egyptian name, but it sounds like Hat, Shep (like a dog), Soot (ashes).
zippity bubble  5/5/2009
Our tour guide in Egypt made us remember by telling us "Hot Chicken Soup". So now that's all I can think of, though I love the pharaoh!
Athena Nike  10/23/2009
Hatshepsut was a pretty important historical figure. The first woman pharaoh--definitely groundbreaking. I really like her name, but I'm not sure if it's usable in a modern context. Maybe the right person could pull it off.
theparkite  10/23/2017

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