Ancient Egyptian Submitted Names

These names were used in Ancient Egypt.
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Submitted names are contributed by users of this website. The accuracy of these name definitions cannot be guaranteed.
A 𓂝 m Ancient Egyptian
This was the name of an Early Dynastic pharaoh of Ancient Egypt.
Aat 𓉻𓏏 f Ancient Egyptian
From Egyptian ꜥꜣt meaning "the great one", ultimately derived from ꜥꜣj "to be big, great, important" combined with the suffix .t. Aat was a queen of the Twelfth Dynasty, a wife of Amenemhat III.
Ahhotep 𓇹𓊵𓏏𓊪 f Ancient Egyptian
From Egyptian jꜥḥ-ḥtp meaning "Iah is satisfied" or "the moon is content", derived from the name of the god Iah (literally "the moon") combined with ḥtp "peace, satisfaction"... [more]
Akhom m Ancient Egyptian
From Egyptian ꜥẖm meaning "falcon, cultivation image of a perching falcon" or "body of a god".
Amasis m Ancient Egyptian (Hellenized), History
Variant form of Άμωσις (Amosis), which is the hellenized form of the ancient Egyptian name IaH-ms or I'h-ms meaning "son of Iah". It is composed of the name of the Egyptian god Iah combined with the word mes "son" or mesu "be born"... [more]
Amenemhatankh m Ancient Egyptian
From Egyptian jmn-m-ḥꜣt-ꜥnḫ meaning "(king) Amenemhat lives", derived from the name of the pharaoh Amenemhat combined with ankh "life"... [more]
Amenirdis f Ancient Egyptian
Means "she was given by Amun" in Egyptian.
Amenirdisu 𓇋𓏠𓈖𓀁𓁹𓂝𓊃 m Ancient Egyptian
Masculine form of Amenirdis, from Egyptian jmn-jr-dj-s(w) meaning "Amun has given him" or "Amun is the one who created him", derived from the name of the god Amun combined with jrj "to do, act, make; to create, bring into being" or "with respect to", dj "to give", and sw "he, him".
Amenmesse m Ancient Egyptian
Means "born of Amun" in Egyptian.
Amenmose m Ancient Egyptian
From Egyptian jmn-ms or jmn-ms.s meaning "born of Amun" or "fashioned by Amun", derived from the name of the god Amun combined with msj "to give birth to; to form, create, produce"... [more]
Amennakht m Ancient Egyptian
Means "Amun is strong" in Egyptian.
Ameny m Ancient Egyptian
Likely a diminutive derived ultimately from Amun. Ameny Qemau was an Egyptian pharaoh of the 13th Dynasty during the Second Intermediate Period. He ruled for about two years over most of Egypt, from c.1793 BCE to c.1791 BCE... [more]
Amun-her-khepeshef m Ancient Egyptian
Means "Amun is with his strong arm" in Coptic.
Amun-her-wenemef m Ancient Egyptian
Means "Amun is with his right arm" in Egyptian.
Amyrtaeus m Ancient Egyptian (Latinized)
Latinized form of Greek Ἀμυρταῖος (Amyrtaios), a Hellenization of the original Egyptian form Amenirdisu. This was the name of the only pharaoh of the Twenty-eighth Dynasty of Egypt.
Ani m Ancient Egyptian
Variant form of Ini.
Ankh-ef-en-khonsu m Ancient Egyptian
Means "the truth that has crossed over" in Egyptian.
Ankhefensekhmet m Ancient Egyptian
Means "he lives for Sekhmet" in Egyptian.
Ankhenespepi f Ancient Egyptian
Means "Pepi lives for her" in Egyptian.
Ankhesenmeryre f Ancient Egyptian
Meaning "her life is of Meryre", Meryre being the throne name of Pepi I. Two queen consorts of Pepi I were named this, and both were also called Ankhesenpepi.
Ankhesenpaaten f Ancient Egyptian
Means "living for Aten" in Coptic. This was the birth name of the Egyptian queen Ankhesenamun.
Ankhesenpepi f Ancient Egyptian
Meaning "her life is of Pepi (either Pepi I or Pepi II)". The root "ankhesen" is used in other names like Ankhesenamun, Ankhesenpaaten, and Ankhesenmeryre.
Ankhkherednefer m Ancient Egyptian
Means "the beautiful child lives there" in Ancient Egyptian.
Ankhnesneferibre 𓋹𓈖𓋴𓇳𓄤𓄣 f Ancient Egyptian
From Egyptian ꜥnḫ-n.s-nfr-jb-rꜥ meaning "Neferibre lives for her", derived from ankh "life" combined with n "to, for, because of; belonging to", .s "she, her, hers", and Neferibre, the throne name of pharaoh Psamtik II... [more]
Anpuhotep m Ancient Egyptian
Means "Anubis is content", from Egyptian Anpu, a variant form of Anubis, and ḥtp "peace, satisfaction".
Asychis m Ancient Egyptian (Hellenized)
Greek form of an Ancient Egyptian name. This was the name of an Egyptian pharaoh mentioned by Herodotos.
Ay 𓇋𓀁𓇋𓇋 m Ancient Egyptian
Etymology unknown. This was the name of two different pharaohs of ancient Egypt.
Ba m Ancient Egyptian
Possibly from Egyptian bꜣ (ba), the part of the soul that makes an individual unique according to the Ancient Egyptian conception of the soul. This was the throne name of an early Egyptian or ancient Egyptian king who may have ruled at the end of the 1st Dynasty, the latter part of 2nd Dynasty or during the 3rd Dynasty.
Baka m Ancient Egyptian
Means "his soul is (in) his Ka" in Egpytian, derived from Egyptian bꜣ (ba) "to be(come) an animate, efficacious soul" and kꜣ (ka), an Egyptian concept of vital essence... [more]
Bakare 𓇳𓃒𓂓 m Ancient Egyptian
From Egyptian "bꜣ-kꜣ-rꜥ", meaning "glorious is the soul of Ra" or "the ba of the ka of Ra", from Egyptian bꜣ "working power; soul, personality" combined with ka "soul, life-force" and the name of the Egyptian god Ra... [more]
Bakenkhonsu m Ancient Egyptian
Means "servant of Khonsu" in Ancient Egyptian.
Bakenranef m Ancient Egyptian
From Egyptian bꜣk-n-rn.f meaning "servant of his name", derived from bꜣk "servant" combined with n(j) "of, belonging to, possessing", rn "name, identity, reputation", and the suffix .f "he, him, his".
Baketmut f Ancient Egyptian
Means "handmaid of Mut" in ancient Egyptian.
Banetjer 𓎻𓃞𓊹𓈖 m Ancient Egyptian
Probably from Egyptian bꜣ-nṯr, perhaps meaning "soul of a god", from Egyptian bꜣ, a being's soul or personality, combined with nṯr "god, king". This was the throne name of Nynetjer.
Baufra m Ancient Egyptian
Means "Re is his glory" in Egyptian.
Beketamun f Ancient Egyptian
Means "handmaid of Amun" in Egyptian.
Beketaten f Ancient Egyptian
Means "handmaid of Aten" in Egyptian.
Benerib f Ancient Egyptian
From Egyptian bnr-jb meaning "sweet of heart", derived from bnr "sweet, pleasant" and jb "heart, mind, emotions". This was the name of a queen consort of the First Dynasty in ancient Egypt.
Betrest f Ancient Egyptian
Means "may Bata be favorably disposed toward her" in Egyptian.
Bintanath f Ancient Egyptian
Means "daughter of Anat 1" in Egyptian.... [more]
Den 𓂧𓈖 m Ancient Egyptian
Etymology uncertain. Possibly means "the slaughterer", derived from Egyptian dn meaning "to sever, cut off". Other suggested meanings include "he who brings the water" and "he who spreads (his (falcon’s) wings)"... [more]
Djedefhor m Ancient Egyptian
Means "enduring like Horus" in Egyptian.
Djedefptah m Ancient Egyptian
Means "he endures like Ptah" in Egyptian.
Djedhor m Ancient Egyptian
Means "Horus says" in Egyptian.
Djedjetamen f Ancient Egyptian
Means "(she) whom Amon gives" in Egyptian.
Djedkare m Ancient Egyptian
Means "enduring is the soul of Re" in Egyptian.
Djefatnebti f Ancient Egyptian
Means "(my) food are the Two Ladies" in Egyptian.
Djehutihotep m Ancient Egyptian
From Egyptian ḏḥwtj-ḥtp meaning "Thoth is satisfied", derived from the name of the god Thoth (Djehuty in the original Egyptian) combined with ḥtp meaning "peace, satisfaction".
Djer 𓇧 m Ancient Egyptian
From Egyptian ḏr, which can mean "limit, end" or "hinder, obstruct", perhaps in the context of "to hinder enemies". This was the name of the third pharaoh of the First Dynasty of ancient Egypt.
Djeseretnebti f Ancient Egyptian
Possibly derived from ḏsr.t-nbtj meaning "the holy one of the Two Ladies", derived from ḏsr "holy, sacred" combined with the feminine suffix t and the dual form of nbt "lady, mistress", referring to the dual goddesses Wadjet and Nekhbet... [more]
Djet m Ancient Egyptian
From Egyptian ḏt meaning "cobra" or "static, unchanging eternity". This was the fourth pharaoh of the First Dynasty, the successor of Djer.
Duathathor f Ancient Egyptian
Means "adorer of Hathor" in Egyptian.
Gautseshen 𓎼𓄿𓏏𓎣𓆸 f Ancient Egyptian
From Egyptian gꜣw.t-sšn meaning "bouquet of lotuses", derived from sšn "lotus" (see Susanna).
Haankhes f Ancient Egyptian
From Egyptian ḥꜣ-ꜥnḫ-s meaning "may she live", derived from ḥꜣ "if only, would that" and ankh "life; to live", as well as s, which may be phonetic, or may be a short form of snb "health".
Hakor m Ancient Egyptian
Of uncertain etymology. This was the name of a pharaoh of the Twenty-Ninth Dynasty of Egypt, also called Hagar.
Harsiese m Ancient Egyptian, Egyptian Mythology
From Egyptian ḥr-zꜣ-ꜣst meaning "Horus, son of Isis". This was used as an epithet of the god Horus as well as a given name.
Hat-hor m Ancient Egyptian
Probably a variant of Hathor. This was possibly the name of a possible pharaoh or king of Dynasty 0 who ruled around the Naqada IIIb period.
Hathorhotep f Ancient Egyptian
Means "Hathor is satisfied" in Egyptian.
Hekenuhedjet f Ancient Egyptian
Means "praise of the white crown" in Egyptian.
Henutmehyt f Ancient Egyptian
Possibly derived from Egyptian ḥnwt meaning "mistress, lady" and mḥyt meaning "north wind", as well as referring to the goddess Mehyt... [more]
Henutmire f Ancient Egyptian
Means "the lady is like Re" in Egyptian.
Henutsekhemu f Ancient Egyptian
Means "mistress of powers", from Egyptian ḥnwt "mistress, lady" and sḫm "power, capability".
Henutsen f Ancient Egyptian
From Egyptian ḥnw.t-sn meaning "our mistress", derived from ḥnwt "lady, mistress". Henutsen is the name of an Ancient Egyptian queen consort who lived and ruled during the 4th dynasty of the Old Kingdom Period... [more]
Henuttadesh f Ancient Egyptian
Possibly derived from Egyptian ḥnwt "mistress, lady" and tꜣ "land, country" combined with an uncertain third element.
Henuttamehu f Ancient Egyptian
Means "lady of lower Egypt" in Coptic.
Henuttaneb f Ancient Egyptian
Means "mistress of all lands" in Coptic.
Henuttawy 𓎛𓎺𓏏𓇿𓇿𓁐, 𓎺𓏏𓇿𓇾 f Ancient Egyptian
From Egyptian ḥnwt-tꜣwj meaning "mistress of Egypt", or more literally "lady of the two lands", derived from ḥnwt "lady, mistress" combined with the dual form of tꜣ "land, realm, country", referring to the single entity of Upper and Lower Egypt... [more]
Heqaib m Ancient Egyptian
From Egyptian ḥqꜣ-ỉb meaning "he who controls his heart", derived from ḥqꜣ "ruler, king; to rule, govern" and jb "heart, mind, emotions". This was the nickname of an ancient Egyptian governor during the 6th dynasty, born Pepinakht.
Herneith f Ancient Egyptian
From Egyptian ḥr-nt meaning "the face of Neith".
Hetepenamun f Ancient Egyptian
Means "peace of Amun" in Coptic.
Hetephernebti f Ancient Egyptian
From Egyptian ḥtp-ḥr-nb.ti, derived from ḥtp "peace, satisfaction", ḥr "face", and the royal title nbtj meaning "the Two Ladies (Wadjet and Nekhbet)" (see nbt "lady, mistress").
Hordjedef 𓅃𓂞𓂞𓆑𓀻 m Ancient Egyptian
From Egyptian ḥr-ḏd.f meaning "Horus is his stability", derived from the name of the god Horus combined with ḏd "stability".
Horemhat 𓅃𓅓𓄂𓀀 m Ancient Egyptian
From Egyptian ḥr-m-ḥꜣt meaning "Horus is foremost", derived from the name of the god Horus combined with m "in; in the role of" and ḥat "front, foremost".
Horemheb m Ancient Egyptian
From Egyptian ḥr-m-ḥb meaning "Horus is in jubilation". This was the name of the last pharaoh of the 18th dynasty, succeeding the throne after Tutankhamun died at age 19... [more]
Hotep 𓊵𓏏𓊪 m Ancient Egyptian
From Egyptian ḥtp meaning "peace, satisfaction; mercy".
Hotepsekhemwy m Ancient Egyptian
From Egyptian ḥtp-sḫm.wi meaning "the two powers are reconciled" or "pleasing in powers", derived from ḥtp "peace, satisfaction", sḫm "power, capability", and the suffix wj "the two of them".
Hrere 𓄑𓐰𓏛𓃭𓐰𓏺𓃭𓐰𓏺𓆰 f Ancient Egyptian
From Egyptian ḥrr.t meaning "flower". This was the name of an ancient Egyptian noble lady of the late 20th to the early 21st dynasties of Egypt.
Hudjefa m Ancient Egyptian
Means "erased, missing" in Egpytian, possibly derived from ḥḏj "to smash" or wzf "to neglect, to ignore". This is a pseudonym for a 2nd Dynasty pharaoh as reported on the Turin canon since his original name was already lost in Ramesside times.
Huni m Ancient Egyptian
Meaning uncertain, as there are multiple readings of the name. It could possibly derive from Egyptian ḥw "utterance" (also the name of the god Hu 2) or ḥwj "to strike, hit, beat" or "to tread (a road)"... [more]
Ibi m Ancient Egyptian
This was the name of an ancient Egyptian noble, chief steward of the God's Wife of Amun, Nitocris I, during the reign of the 26th Dynasty pharaoh Psamtik I.
Idu m Ancient Egyptian
From Egyptian jdw, which can mean "boy, youth, young man".
Ikau m Ancient Egyptian
Shortened form of Ikauhor.
Ikauhor m Ancient Egyptian
From Egyptian jkꜣw-ḥr of uncertain etymology. This was the birth name of the pharaoh Menkauhor, and may have been a shortened form of his throne name.
Inaros m Ancient Egyptian (Hellenized)
Hellenized form of Demotic jr.t-ḥr-r-r⸗w meaning "the eye of Horus is against them", ultimately derived from the same source as Coptic Nahrōw.
Inenek f Ancient Egyptian
Meaning uncertain, name borne by a queen consort of Pharoah Pepi I.
Ini m Ancient Egyptian
Etymology uncertain, possibly a nickname. This was the birth name of several pharaohs.
Intef m Ancient Egyptian
From Egyptian jnj-jt.f meaning "(he) whom his father brought", derived from jnj "to bring", jt "father", and .f "his". This name was borne by several Egyptian pharaohs.
Inykhnum m Ancient Egyptian
From Egyptian jnj-ḫnm meaning "Khnum comes to me".
Inyotef m Ancient Egyptian
Ancient Egyptian masculine name meaning "(he) whom his father brought".
Ipy f & m Egyptian Mythology, Ancient Egyptian
From Egyptian jpt, possibly meaning "harem" or "inner sanctum". This was the name of an Egyptian fertility goddess, often depicted with the head of a hippopotamus. It was also the name of a royal scribe of the Eighteenth Dynasty.
Iry-Hor m Ancient Egyptian
One of the earliest recorded names. In Ancient Egypt, Iry-Hor ("The Mouth of Horus") would be the earliest name we know dating from about 3200 BC. Little is known about King Iry-Hor other than his name found on pottery shards in one of the oldest tombs in Abydos, though based on his burial he was a pre-dynastic King of Upper Egypt.
Isetemkheb f Ancient Egyptian
From Egyptian ꜣst-m-ꜣḫ-bjt meaning "Isis is in Chemmis", derived from the name of the goddess Isis combined with m "in" and ꜣḫ-bjt "Akhbit", the name of the mythological location where Isis gave birth to Horus, which the Greeks called Chemmis.
Isetnofret 𓊨𓏏𓆇𓄤𓂋𓏏 f Ancient Egyptian
From Egyptian ꜣst-nfrt meaning "Isis is beautiful", derived from the name of the goddess Isis combined with nfrt "beautiful, good, perfect"... [more]
Isry m Ancient Egyptian
From Egyptian jsrj, probably derived from jsr or jzr meaning "tamarisk", a kind of flowering shrub native to arid regions.
Iufankh m Ancient Egyptian
From Egyptian jw.f-ꜥnḫ meaning "he will live" or "may he live", derived from jwj "to come to pass" (compare jj "to come") combined with the masculine suffix .f and ankh "life, to live".
Iuseneb m Ancient Egyptian
From Egyptian jw-snb meaning "(the one) coming healthy", derived from jj "to come, to return" and snb "health; to heal, be healthy".
Iuy 𓇋𓀁𓅱𓅱𓇋 f & m Ancient Egyptian
Possibly an anglicisation of several ancient Egyptian names.
Ka m Ancient Egyptian
Pharaon Ka of Ancient Egypt (around 3200 BC) was the first to put his name inside a box-shaped serekh as an indicator of kingship.
Kanefer m Ancient Egyptian
From Egyptian kꜣ-nfr meaning "his Ka is beautiful", derived from ka "soul, life force; personality, essence" and nfr "beautiful, good, perfect".
Khabash m Ancient Egyptian
Uncertain etymology, possibly of Libyan origin.
Khabawsokar m Ancient Egyptian
From Egyptian ḫꜥ-bꜣw-skr meaning "the souls of Sokar ashine".
Khaemwaset 𓈍𓅓𓌀𓏏𓊖 m Ancient Egyptian
From Egyptian ḫꜥ-m-wꜣst meaning "he who appears in Thebes", derived from ḫꜥ "to rise, appear, shine forth", m "in", and wꜣst "Thebes (city)". This was the name of several figures in Egyptian history, including a 19th dynasty prince, the fourth son of Ramses the Great... [more]
Khaemweset m Ancient Egyptian
Means "He who appeared in Thebes".... [more]
Khamerernebty f Ancient Egyptian
From Egyptian ḫꜥ-mrr-nb.tj meaning "the beloved of the two ladies appears", derived from ḫꜥ "to rise, appear, shine forth", mrj "to love", and nbtj "the Two Ladies", a royal title referring to the dual protective goddesses of Upper and Lower Egypt... [more]
Khasekhemwy m Ancient Egyptian
From Egyptian ḫꜥj-sḫm.wj meaning "the two powerful ones appear", derived from khaj "to rise, appear, shine forth", sḫm "power, capability", and .wj "the two of them".
Khayu 𓆩𓃛 m Ancient Egyptian
From Egyptian ḫꜣjw, of uncertain etymology. This was the name of a predynastic king of Lower Egypt.
Khedebneithirbinet f Ancient Egyptian
From Egyptian ẖdb-nt-jr-bn.t meaning "Neith kills the evil eye", derived in part from ẖdb "to kill" and the name of the goddess Neith
Khenemetibamun f Ancient Egyptian
From Egyptian ẖnm(t)-ib-jmn meaning "she who is one with the heart of Amun", derived from ẖnm "to join, to unite" combined with jb "heart, mind, emotions" and the name of the god Amon.
Khenemetneferhedjet 𓎸𓄤𓋑 f Ancient Egyptian
From Egyptian ẖnmt-nfr-ḥḏt meaning "united with the White Crown", derived from ẖnm "to join, to unite" and nfr-ḥḏt "White Crown", itself a combination of nfr "beautiful, good, perfect" and ḥḏt "White Crown"... [more]
Khenthap f Ancient Egyptian
From Egyptian ḫnt-Ḥp meaning "musician of Hapi", derived from ḫnwt "(female) musician" combined with the name of the god Apis.
Kheperkare m Ancient Egyptian
From Egyptian ḫpr-kꜢ-rꜤ meaning "the Ka of Re is created", derived from ḫpr "to come into being, exist, manifest" combined with ka "soul" and the name of the god Ra... [more]
Khnumhotep 𓃞𓎸𓊵𓏏𓊪 m Ancient Egyptian
From Egyptian ẖnmw-ḥtp meaning "Khnum is content", derived from the name of the god Khnum combined with ḥtp "peace, satisfaction; mercy".
Khu m & f Ancient Egyptian
From Egyptian ḫw, possibly related to khwj "to protect".
Khueninpu m Ancient Egyptian
From Egyptian ḫw.n-jnpw meaning "protection of Anubis" or "(he) whom Anubis has protected", derived from ḫwj "to protect, defend" combined with the name of the god Anubis.
Khufuankh m & f Ancient Egyptian
Means "Khufu lives" or "may Khufu live", derived from the name Khufu combined with ankh "life".
Khufukhaf m Ancient Egyptian
Means "he appears like Khufu" or "Khufu raises him", derived from the name Khufu combined with khaj "to rise, appear, shine forth" and the suffix .f "he, him, his".
Kiya f Ancient Egyptian, Ancient Near Eastern
Meaning uncertain. Could be a contraction or diminutive of the Mitanni name Tadukhipa, or possibly a variant of the Ancient Egyptian word for "monkey"... [more]
Maat-hor f Ancient Egyptian
From Egyptian mꜣꜣt-ḥr.(w) meaning "she who sees Horus", derived from mꜣꜣ "to see, look at; sight, vision" and the name of the god Horus. This was a royal epithet used for queens in early ancient Egypt.
Maathorneferure f Ancient Egyptian
From Egyptian mꜣꜣt-ḥr-nfrw-rꜥ meaning "one who sees Horus, the beauty of Ra", derived from mꜣꜣt "seeing" combined with the name of the god Horus and nfrw "beauty, perfection" combined with the name of the god Ra.
Manetho m Ancient Egyptian (Hellenized)
From Μανεθών (Manethṓn), a Greek form of an Egyptian name which has been lost in time. This was the name of what is believed to be an Egyptian priest from Sebennytos who lived in the Ptolemaic Kingdom in the early 3rd-century BC.
Mayet f Ancient Egyptian
Means "the cat", derived from Egyptian mjwt "(female) cat, molly". This was the name of a child buried in the mortuary temple of Mentuhotep II, who may have been his daughter.
Mehytenweskhet f Ancient Egyptian
From Egyptian mḥy.t-n-wsḫ.t meaning "Mehyt of the broad hall". Name borne by a queen of the twenty-sixth dynasty of ancient Egypt.
Meketaten f Ancient Egyptian
From Egyptian mꜥkt-itn "behold the Aten" or "protected by Aten". This was the name of the second daughter of Pharaoh Akhenaten and his wife Nefertiti.
Mekh 𓅓𓄡 m Ancient Egyptian
From Egyptian mẖ, possibly a short form of jmj-ẖt, derived from jmj "inherent in, being in" combined with ẖt "group of people, of gods" or "abdomen, belly". This was the name of a predynastic pharaoh, who may or may not have been a mythical figure.
Menka f Ancient Egyptian
Means "(my) ka shall be durable" or "(my) ka shall remain", derived from mn "to stay, remain; to be established, steadfast" and ka "soul". Name borne by a queen of the Second Dynasty.
Menkauhor m Ancient Egyptian
From Egyptian mn-kꜢw-ḥr meaning "the established one of the life-force of Horus", derived from mn "to be established; to stay, remain; steadfast" combined with‎ ka "soul, life-force" and the name of the god Horus.
Menkaure m Ancient Egyptian
From Egyptian mn-kꜣw-rꜥ meaning "eternal are the souls of Ra", derived from mn "to stay, remain; to be established, steadfast" combined with kꜣw, plural of ka "soul, life force", and the name of the god Ra... [more]
Menkheperre m Ancient Egyptian
Ancient Egyptian masculine name meaning "Enduring is the apparition of Ra".
Mentuherkhepeshef m Ancient Egyptian
Ancient Egyptian masculine name meaning "Montu is with his strong arm”.
Mentuwoser 𓏠𓈖𓍿𓅱𓄊𓋴𓂋𓀀 m Ancient Egyptian
From Egyptian mnṯw-wsr meaning "Montu is powerful", derived from the name of the god Montu combined with wsr "mighty, powerful".
Merenre m Ancient Egyptian
From Egyptian mr.n-rꜥ, meaning "(the one) who is beloved by Ra", from Egyptian mr.n, a perfect relative form of mrj "to love (someone)" combined with the Egyptian God Ra... [more]
Meresamun f Ancient Egyptian
Ancient Egyptian feminine name meaning "Amun loves her".
Meres-nip f Ancient Egyptian
Means "beloved of Napata", from the Egyptian element mryt. Possibly the Egyptian personal name of the Nubian queen Pebatjma.
Meret-isesi f Ancient Egyptian
Means "beloved of Isesi" from Egyptian mryt and Isesi, one of the names of the Pharaoh Djedkare. Name borne by a fifth dynasty princess of Egypt (late 25th century to mid 24th century BCE).
Meretnebty f Ancient Egyptian
From Egyptian mrt-nbtj meaning "beloved of the Two Ladies", derived from mrj "to love" combined with nbty, the plural form of nbt "lady, mistress", referring to the dual goddesses Wadjet and Nekhbet.
Meretseger f Egyptian Mythology, Ancient Egyptian
From Egyptian mrt-sgr meaning "she who loves silence", derived from mrt "the beloved" (see mrj "to love") and sgr "silence, quiet"... [more]
Meriiti m Ancient Egyptian
Means "beloved of the father" in Egyptian.
Merit 𓌸𓇋𓇋𓏏𓁐 f Ancient Egyptian, Arabic (Egyptian)
From Egyptian mryt meaning "the beloved one", the feminine perfective relative form of mrj "to love, to have affection for, to be fond of" as well as "to want, to wish, to desire".
Meritamen 𓇋𓏠𓈖𓌸𓇋𓇋𓏏𓁐, 𓇋𓏠𓈖𓌸𓇋𓇋𓏏 f Ancient Egyptian
From Egyptian mryt-jmn meaning "beloved of Amun", derived from mrj "to love" combined with the name of the god Amon... [more]
Meritaten f Ancient Egyptian
Means "beloved of Aten". ... [more]
Meritptah f Ancient Egyptian
From Egyptian mryt-ptḥ meaning "beloved of Ptah".
Merkare m Ancient Egyptian
From Egyptian mr-kꜣ-rꜥ, possibly meaning "the soul in the pyramid of Ra", from Egyptian mr "pyramid" combined with kꜣ "soul" combined with the name of the god Ra... [more]
Merneith f Ancient Egyptian
The name of a consort and potential queen regent during the First Dynasty of Ancient Egypt. Her name means "beloved of Neith".
Merneptah m Ancient Egyptian
From Egyptian mry-n-ptḥ meaning "beloved of Ptah", derived from mry "beloved" (participle of mrj "to love") combined with n(j) "of, belonging to; possessing (a quality)" and the name of the god Ptah... [more]
Meru 𓌻𓂋𓅱 m Ancient Egyptian
From Egyptian mrw, of uncertain etymology. It could derived from the homonym mrw "desert", or from an inflected form of mrj "to love".
Mery m Ancient Egyptian
From Egyptian mry meaning "beloved", participle of mrj "to love". Compare the feminine form Merit.
Meryamun 𓇋𓏠𓈖𓀭𓌸𓇋𓇋 m Ancient Egyptian
From Egyptian mry-jmn meaning "beloved of Amun", derived from mry "beloved" (see mrj "to love") combined with the name of the god Amon... [more]
Meryra m Ancient Egyptian
Meaning "beloved of Ra". This was an alternate transcription of the throne name of Pepi I, Meryre.
Meryre m Ancient Egyptian
Meaning "beloved of Re". This was the throne name of the pharaoh Pepi I, and the feminine name borne by two consorts of Pepi incorporates this name, Ankhesenmeryre.
Merysekhmet m Ancient Egyptian
Ancient Egyptian masculine name meaning "Beloved of Sekhmet".
Meryt f Ancient Egyptian
Variant form of Merit.
Merytkhet f Ancient Egyptian
Etymology uncertain. The first element is probably mryt, the feminine form of mry "beloved" (see mrj "to love"). This was the name of a daughter of Ramesses II.
Merytmihapi f Ancient Egyptian
Means "Beloved like Hapi".
Merytnetjer f Ancient Egyptian
Means "beloved of the God" in Coptic.
Merytre 𓇳𓏤𓌻𓏏, 𓇳𓌸𓇋𓇋𓏏 f Ancient Egyptian
From Egyptian mryt-rꜥ meaning "beloved of Ra". ... [more]
Mesen-ka m Ancient Egyptian
Means "his Ka is born" in Egyptian.
Metjen m Ancient Egyptian
Means "the leader" in Ancient Egyptian.
Mina m Ancient Egyptian (Arabized, Modern), Coptic
Mina, a very old but yet a very modern name, is currently used by Coptic Christian males in Egypt. ... [more]
Minmose m Ancient Egyptian
From Egyptian mnw-ms meaning "born of Min", derived from the name of the fertility god Min and msj "to be born".
Mutmetjennefer f Ancient Egyptian
Etymology uncertain. Possibly derived from the name of the goddess Mut combined with mṯn "way, road, path; trajectory" and nfr "beautiful, good, perfect"... [more]
Mutnofret f Ancient Egyptian
From Egyptian mwt-nfr.t meaning "Mut is beautiful", derived from the name of the goddess Mut combined with nfr "beautiful, good, perfect" and the suffix t.
Mut-tuya f Ancient Egyptian
Derived from the name of the goddess Mut and the given name Tuya.
Nakht m Ancient Egyptian
From Egyptian nḫt meaning "victorious, strong" or "champion". Nakht was an ancient Egyptian official who held the position of a scribe and astronomer of Amun, probably during the reign of Thutmose IV of the Eighteenth Dynasty.
Nakhtmut m & f Ancient Egyptian
Meaning “strength of Mut”, Mut being the mother goddess in Ancient Egyptian religion and mythology. Name of a daughter of Djehutyemheb and Bak-Khonsu, found in the Theban Tomb TT45.
Nakhtneith f Ancient Egyptian
The name of an early Ancient Egyptian Queen Consort, which means "strong is Neith".
Nakhtre m Ancient Egyptian
A name with orgigins in Egypt, Nakhtre means "Strength of Ra". Ra was the god of the sun in Ancient Egyptian Mythology.
Naqatanibas m Ancient Egyptian (Arabized), Medieval Arabic
Arabic of Nectanebo cheifly used by medieval Arab authors.
Nayfaurud m Ancient Egyptian
From Egyptian nꜣy.f-ꜥꜣw-rwḏ meaning "his great ones (ancestors) are flourishing" or "his greatness is flourishing", derived from the possessive pronoun nꜣy combined with .f "his", the plural form of ꜥꜣ "great, big, important", and rwḏ "to be firm, to prosper".
Nebchasetnebet m Ancient Egyptian
From Egyptian nb-ḫꜣ-st-nb.t, possibly meaning "(he is) the ruler of all under his throne", from Egyptian nb "lord, master", ḫꜣ "herd", st "throne", nb "lord, master", and .t "you, your"... [more]
Nebemakhet m Ancient Egyptian
Ancient Egyptian masculine name meaning "Lord at the Horizon".
Nebet 𓎟𓏏 f Ancient Egyptian
From Egyptian nbt meaning "lady, mistress". Name borne by several prominent ancient Egyptian women, including the first known female vizier in Egyptian history; she served under Pepi I. Her daughters Ankhesenpepi I and II later became consorts of Pepi I.
Nebetah f Ancient Egyptian
Means "lady of peace". Her name, like that of her elder sister Henuttaneb was also frequently used as a title for queens. She was possibly one of the youngest of the royal couple's children, since she doesn't appear on monuments on which her elder sisters do... [more]
Nebetananash f Ancient Egyptian
Possibly derived from Egyptian nbt "lady, mistress" combined with an uncertain second element.
Nebetimmunedjem f Ancient Egyptian
Possibly derived from Egyptian nbt "lady, mistress" combined with uncertain elements.
Nebetiunet f Ancient Egyptian
Means "lady of Denderah" in Coptic.
Nebetnehat 𓎟𓏏𓈖𓉔𓏏𓆭 f Ancient Egyptian
From Egyptian nbt-nht meaning "lady of the sycamore tree", derived from nbt "lady, mistress" combined with nht "sycamore tree".
Nebettawy f Ancient Egyptian
From Egyptian nb.t-tꜢwj meaning "lady of the two lands", derived from nbt "lady, mistress" combined with tꜣ "land, realm, country" and .wj "the two of them", together referring to Upper and Lower Egypt as a single entity... [more]
Nebka m Ancient Egyptian
From Egyptian nb-kꜣ meaning "lord of the soul", from Egyptian nb "lord, master, ruler" combined with kꜣ "soul". This was the throne name of an ancient Egyptian pharaoh of the Third Dynasty during the Old Kingdom period, in the 27th century BCE.
Nebmaatre m Ancient Egyptian
Means "the lord of the truth is Re" in Egyptian.
Nebra m Ancient Egyptian
From Egyptian nb-rꜥ, of highly attested etymology. It could highly mean "lord of the sun (of Horus)" since the sun had not yet become the object of divine adoration during his lifetime, derived from Egyptian nb "lord" and rꜥ "sun"... [more]
Nebsenre m Ancient Egyptian
From Egyptian nb-sn-rꜥ, meaning "their lord is Ra", from Egyptian nb "lord, master" combined with sn "they, them" combined with the Egyptian God Ra... [more]
Nebty-tepites f Ancient Egyptian
Ancient Egyptian feminine name meaning "The two crowns on the head of her father".
Necho 𓈖𓂓𓅱 m Ancient Egyptian
From Egyptian n-kꜣw, meaning "(the one) belonging to the souls", from Egyptian n(j) "of, belonging to" and kꜣw, the plural form of ka "soul, life-force"... [more]
Nectanebis m Ancient Egyptian (Hellenized)
Greek form of Egyptian nḫt-nb.f meaning "the strong one of his lord", derived from Egyptian nḫt "strong, victorious" and nb "lord, master, ruler" combined with the suffix .f "he, him, his".
Nectanebo m Ancient Egyptian (Hellenized)
English form derived from either the Greek Nectanebos or Nectanebis. This was the name of the two last pharaohs of the Thirtieth Dynasty of Egypt.
Nectanebos 𓂡𓅃𓊖𓎳 m Ancient Egyptian (Hellenized)
Greek form of Egyptian nḫt-ḥr-ḥbt meaning "victorious is Horus of Hebyt", derived from the name of the Egyptian god Horus combined with nḫt "strong, victorious" and ḥbt "Hebyt", a village in Lower Egypt that contains the remains of an ancient Egyptian temple.
Nedjemmut f Ancient Egyptian
Means "Mut is Sweet".
Nefer m Ancient Egyptian
From Egyptian nfr meaning "beautiful, good, perfect".
Neferhetepes 𓄤𓊵𓏏𓊪𓋴 f Ancient Egyptian
From Egyptian nfr-ḥtp.s meaning "her peace is beautiful", derived from nfr "beautiful, good, perfect" combined with htp "peace, satisfaction; mercy" and the suffix .s "she, her, hers".
Neferhor 𓄤𓆑𓂋𓁷𓏤 m & f Ancient Egyptian
From Egyptian nfr-ḥr meaning "beautiful of face", derived from nfr "beautiful, good, perfect" combined with ḥr "face".
Neferhotep 𓄤𓊵𓏏𓊪 m Ancient Egyptian
From Egyptian nfr-ḥtp meaning "the beautiful one is content", derived from nfr "beautiful, good, perfect" combined with ḥtp "peace, satisfaction".
Neferibre m Ancient Egyptian
From Egyptian nfr-jb-rꜥ meaning "beautiful is the heart of Ra", derived from nfr "beautiful, good, perfect" combined with jb "heart, mind, emotions" and the name of the god Ra.
Neferirkare m Ancient Egyptian
Neferkare was an Ancient Egyptian Pharaon during the 25th century BCE. He was the third king of the Fifth Dynasty.
Neferkamin m Ancient Egyptian
Possibly from Egyptian nfr-kꜣ-mnw meaning "the soul of Min is beautiful", from nfr "beautiful, good" combined with ka "soul" combined with the name of the Egyptian god Min... [more]
Neferkasokar m Ancient Egyptian
Ancient Egyptian masculine name meaning "The beautiful soul of Sokar".
Nefermaat 𓄤𓌶𓏏 m Ancient Egyptian
From Egyptian nfr-mꜣꜥt meaning "Maat is beautiful" or "with perfect justice", derived from nfr "beautiful, good, perfect" combined with the name of the goddess Maat, literally "truth, virtue, justice".
Neferneferuaten 𓇋𓏏𓈖𓇳𓄤𓄤𓄤𓄤 f Ancient Egyptian
From Egyptian nfr-nfrw-jtn meaning "beauty of the beauties of Aten" or "most beautiful one of Aten".
Neferneferure f Ancient Egyptian
Means "Beauty of the Beauties of Re" or "Most Beautiful One of Re" in Egyptian. This was the name of the fifth daughter of Pharaoh Akhenaten and his wife Nefertiti.
Nefer-setekh m Ancient Egyptian
Means "Seth 2 is merciful" in Egyptian.
Nefertem m Ancient Egyptian
Possible meanings include "beautiful one who closes" or "one who does not close".... [more]
Neferthenut 𓄤𓏏𓎛𓏌𓏏 f Ancient Egyptian
From Egyptian nfrt-ḥnwt meaning "beautiful lady".
Neferti m Ancient Egyptian
From Egyptian nfrtj, derived from nfr "beautiful, good, perfect". This is the name of the titular character in ‘The Prophecy of Neferti’, an ancient Egyptian literary text.
Nefertiabet f Ancient Egyptian
From Egyptian nfrt-jꜣbt meaning "beautiful one of the east".
Nefertkau f Ancient Egyptian
Ancient Egyptian feminine name meaning "the beautiful one of kas" (the plural of ka, meaning "soul").
Neferu f Ancient Egyptian
Ancient Egyptian feminine name meaning "beauty".
Neferuaten f Ancient Egyptian
The beauty of Aten
Neferubity f Ancient Egyptian
Ancient Egyptian feminine name meaning "the beauty of the king of Lower Egypt".
Neferure f Ancient Egyptian
Means "the beauty of Ra".... [more]
Nefretiri f Ancient Egyptian (Archaic)
Nefretiri is an alternate English transcription of the Ancient Egyptian Nfrt-jrj, meaning "the most beautiful", the name of the favourite wife of the Pharaoh Ramses II, often transcribed as Nefertari in English... [more]
Neheb m Ancient Egyptian
Means "he who belongs to the plow" in Egyptian.
Nehri 𓈖𓁷𓂋𓇋 m Ancient Egyptian
From Egyptian nḥrj, of uncertain etymology. Possibly related to nḥr "to resemble, match up to", or to nḥ "prayer".
Neithhotep f Ancient Egyptian
From Egyptian nt-ḥtp meaning "Neith is merciful", derived from the name of the goddess Neith combined with ḥtp "peace, satisfaction; mercy". This was the name of a 31st century BC queen consort.
Nekauba m Ancient Egyptian (?)
Possibly from Egyptian n-kꜣw-bꜣ, perhaps meaning "(the one) belonging to the souls and power", from Egyptian n(j) "of, belonging to" combined with kꜣw, the plural form of kꜣ "soul" combined with bꜣ "working power, active power"... [more]
Nemtinakht 𓅇𓏏𓏭𓀜𓀀 m Ancient Egyptian
From Egyptian nmtj-nḫt meaning "Nemti is strong", derived from the name of the god Nemti combined with nḫt "strength, victory".
Nemtyemsaf 𓅇𓅓𓎃𓆑 m Ancient Egyptian
From Egyptian nmtj-m-zꜣ.f meaning "Nemty is his protection", derived from the name of the god Nemti combined with m "in, in the role of", zꜣ "protection", and the suffix .f "he, him, his".
Nesitanebetashru f Ancient Egyptian
Ancient Egyptian feminine name meaning “Belonging to the lady of the ashru”. The ashru was a crescent-shaped sacred lake around the temples of solar goddesses.
Neskhons f Ancient Egyptian
Ancient Egyptian feminine name meaning "She belongs to Khonsu".
Nesubanebdjedet m Ancient Egyptian
Ancient Egyptian masculine name meaning "He belongs to Banebdjed".
Netiqret f Ancient Egyptian
Ancient Egyptian form of Nitocris.
Netjeraperef m Ancient Egyptian
Means "he who works for a god" in Egyptian.
Netjerikhet m Ancient Egyptian
From Egyptian nṯrj-ẖt, possibly meaning "(the) divine one of the Gods", from Egyptian nṯrj "to be(come) divine, to make divine" combined with ẖt "torso, body". This was the throne name of Djoser.
Netjerkare 𓇳𓊹𓂓 m Ancient Egyptian
From Egyptian nṯrj-kꜣ-rꜥ meaning "divine is the life-force of Ra", derived from nṯrj "divine, holy" combine with ka "soul, life-force" and the name of the god Ra (literally "the sun").
Nikaure m Ancient Egyptian
Ancient Egyptian masculine name meaning "The Ka of Re-associated forces".
Nimaathap f Ancient Egyptian
Ancient Egyptian feminine name meaning "Truth of Hapi".
Nisuheqet m Ancient Egyptian
Ancient Egyptian masculine name meaning "He, who belongs to Heqet".
Nitocris 𓈖𓏏𓏯𓇋𓈎𓂋𓏏𓏭𓅆 f & m Ancient Egyptian (Hellenized)
Greek form of Egyptian nt-jqr.t meaning "Neith is excellent", derived from the name of the goddess Neith combined with jqr "excellent, worthy, reliable" and the suffix tj... [more]
Nofret f Ancient Egyptian
Means "beautiful one". Nofret II was an Egyptian queen of the 12th Dynasty, the daughter of Amenemhat II and wife of Senusret II.
Nofretete f Ancient Egyptian
The conventional German form of Nefertiti.
Nubemhat f Ancient Egyptian
From Egyptian nbw-m-ḥꜣt meaning "gold is at the front".
Nubemiunu f Ancient Egyptian
Probably derived from Egyptian nbw "gold" combined with jwnw "Heliopolis (city)".
Nubemweskhet f Ancient Egyptian
Probably derived from Egyptian nbw "gold" combined with wsḫt "width, breadth" or "wide hall".
Nubhetepti f Ancient Egyptian
From Egyptian nb-ḥtp.tj meaning "gold is satisfied", derived from nbw "gold" (sometimes an epithet of the goddess Hathor) combined with ḥtp "peace, satisfaction" and the suffix tj.
Nubkhaes f Ancient Egyptian
Ancient Egyptian feminine name meaning "The gold appears".
Nubkhesbed f Ancient Egyptian
Ancient Egyptian feminine name meaning "Gold and lapis lazuli".
Nubnefer m Ancient Egyptian
Probably from Egyptian nbw-nfr, possibly meaning "beautiful gold", from Egyptian nbw "gold" combined with nfr "beautiful, good". This was the birth name of a pharaoh who may have ruled during the 2nd Dynasty of Ancient Egypt.
Nubwenet f Ancient Egyptian
Of unknown meaning. Name borne by a queen consort of Pharaoh Pepi I.
Ny-Hor m Ancient Egyptian
From Egyptian ḥr-nj possibly meaning "belonging to Horus", from Egyptian God Horus combined with Egyptian nj "of, belonging to". It could also mean "hunter of Horus", from Egyptian nw "to hunt"... [more]
Nynetjer m Ancient Egyptian
From Egyptian nj-nṯr, possibly meaning "he is like (a) god" or "godlike", derived from Egyptian nj "of, belonging to, possessing" combined with nṯr "god". This was the Horus name of the third pharaoh of the Second Dynasty of Egypt during the Early Dynastic Period.
Osorkon m Ancient Egyptian
From Egyptian wsr-kn, of uncertain etymology. It could be of Libyan origin, or it could derive from Egyptian wsr "mighty, powerful" or the name of the god Osiris... [more]
Pa-ankh-entef m Ancient Egyptian
Means "life belongs to him" in Egyptian.
Pachomios m Ancient Egyptian (Hellenized)
Hellenized form of the ancient Egyptian given name Pakhom. Also, it should be noted that there are some sources that state that Pachomios is an authentic Greek name, in which case it means "thick shoulder", derived from Greek παχὺς (pachys) "fat, thick" combined with Greek ὦμος (omos) "shoulder"... [more]
Pahemnetjer m Ancient Egyptian
Ancient Egyptian masculine name meaning "servant of the god".
Pahor m Ancient Egyptian, Coptic
From Egyptian pꜣ-ḥr meaning "the one of Horus", derived from pꜣ "the; he of" combined with the name of the god Horus.
Paiset m Ancient Egyptian
From Egyptian pꜣ-js.t meaning "the one of Isis", derived from pꜣ "the aforementioned; the; he of" combined with the name of the goddess Isis.
Pakhom m Ancient Egyptian, Coptic
From Egyptian pꜣ-ꜥẖm meaning "he of the (holy) falcon," derived from pꜣ "the; he of" combined with ꜥẖm "falcon" or "cultic image of a falcon or god". The falcon was the symbol of the Egyptian god Horus, so one could say that this name essentially means "he who belongs to Horus."
Pamin m Ancient Egyptian, Coptic
From Egyptian pꜣ-mn meaning "he of Min", derived from the masculine possessive prefix pꜣ "the aforementioned, the, he of" combined with the name of the god Min... [more]
Pamiu m Ancient Egyptian
From Egyptian pꜣ-mjw or pꜣ-my meaning "the cat, the tomcat" or "he who belongs to the cat Bastet". It is sometimes incorrectly translated as pꜣ-mꜣj "the lion"... [more]
Panehesy m Ancient Egyptian
From Egyptian pꜣ-nḥsj meaning "the Nubian" (see Phinehas). This was the name of two ancient Egyptian priests and one vizier.
Panhsj m Ancient Egyptian
Original Egyptian form of Phinehas.
Paramesse m Ancient Egyptian
The birth name of Ramses I.
Pareherwenemef m Ancient Egyptian
Means "Re is with his left arm" in Egyptian.
Parerenpetnefer f Ancient Egyptian
Variant form of Renpetnefer, the additional elements possible deriving from the definite article pꜣ ("the aforementioned; the; he of") and the name of the god Ra.
Pasebakhaenniut 𓅮𓇼𓈍𓈖𓊖𓏏 m Ancient Egyptian
From Egyptian pꜣ-sbꜣ-ḫꜥ-n-nwt meaning "the star appearing in the city", derived from pꜣ "the; he of" combined with sbꜣ "star; meteor", ḫꜥ "appearing", m "in", and nwt "town, city", usually referring to Thebes.
Pasherenptah m Ancient Egyptian
From Egyptian pꜣ-šr-n-ptḥ meaning "son of Ptah", derived from pꜣ "the; he of" combined with šr "boy, child, young man; son" and the name of the god Ptah... [more]
Pashhur m Biblical Hebrew, Ancient Egyptian
Derived from Egyptian name possibly meaning "portion of the god horus". Used in Hebrew as "passover" indicating sparing and deliverance. Used multiple times in the old testament.
Patareshnes f Ancient Egyptian
Means "the land rejoices in her" in Egyptian.
Pedubast m Ancient Egyptian
From Egyptian pꜢ-dj-bꜣstt meaning "the given of Bastet", derived from pꜣ "the; he of" combined with‎ dj "given" and the name of the cat goddess Bastet... [more]
Peduhor m Ancient Egyptian
From Egyptian pꜣ-dj-ḥr (or pꜣ-dj-ḥr-mḥn) meaning "given by Horus", derived from pꜣ "the; he of" combined with dj "given" and the name of the god Horus.
Peftjauawybast m Ancient Egyptian
Means "his breath (comes from) the arms of Bastet" in Egyptian.
Pehen-ptah m Ancient Egyptian
Means "Dedicated to Ptah" in Egyptian.
Pehernefer m Ancient Egyptian
Ancient Egyptian masculine name meaning "At (his) end there's good".
Pemsais m Ancient Egyptian (Hellenized)
From Egyptian pȝ-msḥ meaning "the crocodile", derived from the masculine prefix "the aforementioned; the; he of" combined with mzḥ "crocodile".
Penebui f Ancient Egyptian
The name of an early Egyptian queen, meaning "Seat of the Two Lords".
Pepi m Ancient Egyptian
This was a name used by 2 pharaohs of Egypt's Old Kingdom. The etymology is unknown. Pepi I's throne name was Meryre, and Pepi II's was Neferkare... [more]
Pepinakht m Ancient Egyptian
From Egyptian ppjj-nḫt meaning "Pepi is strong", derived from the name of king Pepi II and nḫt "to be strong, victorious".
Peribsen m Ancient Egyptian
Shortened form of the longer Egyptian name Seth-Peribsen.
Perneb m Ancient Egyptian
Ancient Egyptian masculine name meaning "Lord of his house".
Persenet f Ancient Egyptian
From Egyptian pr-snt meaning "a sister comes forth", derived from pr "to come forth, emerge, escape" combined with snt "sister".
Peseshet 𓊪𓋴𓈙𓏏 f Ancient Egyptian
From Egyptian psš.t, derived from psš meaning "to divide, split, spread out" or "ritual instrument (for Opening of the Mouth ceremony)" combined with the suffix t. Peseshet was the earliest recorded female physician, titled the Lady Overseer of the Female Physicians in Fourth Dynasty ancient Egypt (ca... [more]
Psammetichus m Ancient Egyptian (Latinized)
Latinized form of Psamtik, borrowed from Greek Psammetikhos.
Psamtik 𓊪𓋴𓅓𓍿𓎡 m Ancient Egyptian
From Egyptian psmṯk, possibly a short form of pꜣ-sꜣ-n-mṯk meaning "the man of Meṯek", Meṯek (or Metjek) being a hypothetical Libyan deity. Alternatively, it could derive from an Egyptian transcription of an Assyrian name... [more]
Ptahhotep m Ancient Egyptian
Means "Peace of Ptah". This was the name of a 5th Dynasty vizier.
Ptahmose m Ancient Egyptian
From Egyptian ptḥ-ms meaning "born of Ptah" or "Ptah is born", derived from the name of the god Ptah combined with msj "to be born".
Ptahneferu f Ancient Egyptian
Ancient Egyptian feminine name meaning "Beauty of Ptah".
Ptahshepses m Ancient Egyptian
From Egyptian ptḥ-špss meaning "Ptah is noble" or "Ptah is esteemed", derived from the name of the god Ptah combined with špss "to be noble, esteemed, splendid".
Ptahwer m Ancient Egyptian
From Egyptian ptḥ-wr meaning "Ptah is great".
Puimre m Ancient Egyptian
From Egyptian pwj-m-rꜥ, of uncertain meaning. Probably derived from pwj, a given name, combined with m "in" and the name of the god Ra.
Pyhia 𓊪𓏭𓃒𓇋𓄿𓁐, 𓊪𓏭𓃒𓏥𓇋𓄿𓁐 f Ancient Egyptian
From Egyptian pꜣ-jḥjꜣ, of uncertain etymology. The first element could be pꜣ "the aforementioned; the; he of, this of". This was the name a daughter of Thutmose IV.
Pypuy 𓊪𓏭𓊪𓅱𓇋𓇋 f Ancient Egyptian
Etymology uncertain. From Egyptian py-pwy or pj-pwj.
Qa'a m Ancient Egyptian
From Egyptian qꜣ-ꜥ, possibly meaning "the one whose arm is raised", derived from Egyptian qꜣ "raised" and "arm". This was the name of the last king of the First Dynasty of Egypt.
Qalhata f Ancient Egyptian
Etymology uncertain, probably of Nubian origin.
Rahotep 𓂋𓂝𓇳𓏤𓊵𓏏𓊪 m Ancient Egyptian
From Egyptian rꜥ-ḥtp meaning "Ra is satisfied", derived from the name of the god Ra combined with ḥtp "peace, satisfaction; mercy".
Ramose 𓇳𓏤𓄟𓋴 m Ancient Egyptian
From Egyptian rꜥ-ms meaning "Ra is born", derived from the name of the god Ra combined with the root msj "to be born"... [more]
Raneb m Ancient Egyptian
Variant reading of Nebra, now meaning "Ra is my lord". This is a highly questionable reading as this would assume that the Sun was already being worshiped as an independent deity.
Ranefer m Ancient Egyptian
Ancient Egyptian masculine name meaning "Ra is beautiful".
Rekhetre f Ancient Egyptian
Rekhetre was an ancient Egyptian queen from the late 4th dynasty or early 5th dynasty. She was a daughter of Pharaoh Khafra.
Renesres 𓂋𓈖𓊃𓍟𓁺 f Ancient Egyptian
From Egyptian rn.s-rs meaning "her name is awake", derived from rn "name, identity, reputation" combined with the suffix .s "she, her, hers" and rs "to wake, awaken".