Egyptian Baby Names


Egyptian is the oldest known indigenous language of Egypt, with written records of the language dating back to around 3400 BC. The national language of modern day Egypt is Egyptian Arabic. Egyptian belongs to the Afroasiatic language family, and is now primarily used in the Coptic Church for liturgical purposes, and not spoken by modern Egyptians. Because of this, a baby name chosen from Ancient Egyptian may not actually be a common name in Egypt today, thus giving the name a unique and exotic quality. Consider using Baby Name Network to research Egyptian baby names and meanings, when selecting an Egyptian name.
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Hidden. The name of an ancient god.
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Egyptian boy baby name meaning "Hidden. The name of an ancient god."

The goddess of love and joy.
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Egyptian girl baby name meaning "The goddess of love and joy."

After the goddess of fertility. The supreme goddess.
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Egyptian girl baby name meaning "After the goddess of fertility. The supreme goddess."

After the goddess of fertility. The supreme goddess.
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Egyptian girl baby name meaning "After the goddess of fertility. The supreme goddess."

From the Castor plant.
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Egyptian girl baby name meaning "From the Castor plant."

Calm
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Egyptian Girl baby name meaning "Calm"

Drawn out of the water.
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Egyptian boy baby name meaning "Drawn out of the water."

Drawn out of the water.
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Egyptian boy baby name meaning "Drawn out of the water."

Drawn out of the water.
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Egyptian boy baby name meaning "Drawn out of the water."

Drawn out of the water.
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Egyptian boy baby name meaning "Drawn out of the water."

Probably meaning born of the biblical patriarch who led the Israelites out of Egypt (Moses).
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Egyptian boy baby name meaning "Probably meaning born of the biblical patriarch who led the Israelites out of Egypt (Moses)."

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