User comments for Nefertiti

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Its a beautiful name, very exotic. Whenever I hear it it reminds me of those elegant busts of Nefertiti in her headress with the long necks. I would hardly give my daughter such a name though.
-- Anonymous User  7/5/2005
The German version of the name is Nofretete. The Egyptian form is Nafteta.
-- Runa  8/18/2005
A very beautiful and exotic name, though I doubt many could use it today. I prefer it over Nefertari - the name is a lot more mysterious in meaning.
-- Lizdebiz  1/16/2007
"Nefertiti" has this sort of mystic air about it. It's an awesome name.
-- seraphine_eternal  7/21/2007
Nefertiti was from the kingdom of Nubia, and was therefore exotic and beautiful to the Egyptians. Her husband, Akhenaton, attempted to convert Egypt to monotheism.
-- Anonymous User  3/13/2008
I like the name, very original!
-- IAmTabby  3/13/2008
Well, it's quite a big name to have, isn't it? In English-speaking countries, having this name would surely be hell because of the ending. I bet the poor girl would get a lot of titty-jokes.
-- slight night shiver  5/1/2008
Slight night shiver, in English it's generally pronounced Neh-fur-tEE-tee, not Neh-fur-tit-ee.
-- MoonAgeDaydreamer  3/13/2009
This is one of my favorite names. It sounds so very exotic, like the name Cleopatra, except not as over-used. I've always been fond of ancient Egyptian culture, art, and religion.
-- zippity bubble  5/4/2009
It's very pretty, and I am a big enthusiast on ancient Egypt, but I think Nefertiti would lead to "titty" jokes.
-- bananarama  8/18/2009
Name of the Day: March 13, 2011.
-- AndrewJKD  3/13/2011
Name of the Day: March 13, 2013.
-- dwayne1996  3/13/2013
This would definitely be a unique name for a child.
-- Buneary  6/13/2014

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