We are all scrambling to find the perfect last minute gift for our loved ones this [holiday]. Here’s a list of 5 Egyptian names that you can pick from in order to give the person something they will love.
* [name] (son of Horus)
* [name] (child who is beloved by his parents and grandparents)
-Name Meaning: “He’s loved” or “God loves me.” The word “Amen” means the same in Hebrew.
*[name] (loved one, lover; Beloved son of Ptah)
-Name Meaning: “My love,” or “[possessive pronoun]” + Name of a Goddess such as Isis, Hathor, Neith etc. *[name] – meaning unknown but it may be related to name for beauty contests which were common during New Kingdom where people would walk around with their names written on them so that everyone could vote for their favorite
-Name Meaning: “Beautiful thing” or “Beloved of many.” *[name] – meaning unknown but it may be related to name for beauty contests which were common during New Kingdom where people would walk around with their names written on them so that everyone could vote for their favorite. It is also an Arabic name, and means “the one who has been loved” in English.
* [name] (son of Ra)
-Meaning: Name given either by parents or grandparents hoping the child will do well enough to live up to his namesake’s reputation and rank as a god
Out of the many different Egyptian names for boys, we’ve narrowed it down to five.
There’s no need to go all out when you’re looking for last minute gifts and these names are perfect! You can find them on our website at egyptiannames.com/egyptian-names-for-boys/.
Here is a quick overview:
The first name is “Neferkare”, meaning he who has come forth by himself or self created which also means king. The second name is “Sethi” meaning born good fortune from his mother Isis which translates into fortunate son of Isis. The third name is “Amenemheb”, translated as protector with (a) god in front of his heart which also means “a god is in front of him”. The fourth name is “Amenhotep” meaning he who sees the gods and translates into seeing God. And finally, last but not least, we have the fifth name as “Nebmaatre”, translated to (he) has come forth by himself or self created which also means king.
A symbol that means life in ancient Egyptian. It represents the eternal cycle of life – birth, death and rebirth. The Ankh is often seen as a charm or wish against evil or to keep oneself safe from harm.
The god of sky, war and protection who was married to his sister Isis. Horus fought for Osiris after he was killed by Set but lost out when Seth cut Osiris’ body into pieces and threw them everywhere so they could never be found again. After this, Horus became known as the falcon-headed god with wings on his back and a human face which recognised him as both pharaohs and gods combined together at once! His wife Hathor later took the form of a cow so that she could search for Osiris and Horus found her and together they were able to find all but one piece.
The god of reborn life, Ra was created by Atum when he took his eye out just before dawn on the first day in order to create himself as well as Shu and Tefnut who represented air (life) and water respectively. He then became the king over both gods with Isis acting as his queen after she offered him food from herself – giving birth to their son Horus who would later take revenge for his father’s death.
Osiris: The oldest Egyptian God, considered the ruler of afterlife while also being married to Isis before Seth killed him and chopped up his body into 14 pieces. Isis found 13 of them while Nephthys helped her find the last one which was inside Seth’s stomach but they were able to put Osiris back together again with help from Thoth before burying him in a tomb at Abydos
The god of wisdom, he played an important role for both humans and gods alike by helping Horus defeat Seth after he killed Osiris as well as punishing those who broke Maat – the goddess of order. He is also credited for creating words so that people could talk to each other when all animals spoke different languages and even invented beer! His full name means “the scribe” or “he who records what happens”
The sister of Isis, Nephthys is often depicted as the one who helps her find Osiris and takes care of him when he wakes up. She is also said to be a patron goddess for children due to her taking an interest in them although she was never able to become pregnant herself. Her name means “mistress of funerals” or “lady of divine speech” which might explain why she helped with putting Osiris back together again since his body had been chopped into pieces!
Isis: The mother goddess, queen of the Earth and sky, protector against evil spirits and mistress over childbirth – you can see how someone would want their child named after Isis.
Sekhmet: The lion-headed goddess, Sekhmet is known for her hunting skills and protection against the plague. She was also a patroness of mothers in childbirth which might be why she’s so popular with parents looking to name their children after her! Her name actually means “powerful one” or “she who lives among contented people.”
Horus: Another son of Osiris, Horus grew up to become a powerful sky god who helped his father defeat the evil Seth though he had been born prematurely – this birth happened because Isis asked Thoth (the moon) to help her find out what had happened to Osiris when he died. And since Isis has already come
– **Ahmed: The Arabic word for “loved” or “worshipped.”
– **Khalid: This name is derived from the root word ‘khalaafa’, which means to succeed. In the Muslim tradition, one says khalaaf Allah alaikum when a child is born. It can also mean “to follow in the footsteps of someone” and Khalid ibn Awn was known as such because he followed Muhammad into battle.
– **Muhammad: Meaning either praiseworthy or highly praised, this name is a common given by Muslims all over the world and signifies submission to God’s will. One who bears it are said to be followers of Islam’s Prophet, Muhammad.
– **Naseer: The Arabic version of the word “guider” or “helper.” It can also be used to describe someone who is keen and attentive to others’ needs. Naser Khader was a well known Arab politician in Denmark with this name.
– **Yasin: Meaning both safe from sin as well as secure in one’s faith, Yasin is an attractive option for many Muslim parents around the world today. Yasin Qadhi has been praised by those within his religion because he often spoke about how Islam is not just a culture but rather a way of life rooted in peace and justice that embraces all people regardless of their ethnicity or background.]]
Blog Post Content: – **Naseer: The Arabic version of the word “guider” or “helper.” It can also be used to describe someone who is keen and attentive to others’ needs. Naser Khader was a well known Arab politician in Denmark with this name. – **Yasin: Meaning both safe from sin as well as secure in one’s faith, Yasin is an attractive option for many Muslim parents around the world today. Yasin Qadhi has been praised by those within his religion because he often spoke about how Islam is not just a culture but rather a way of life rooted in peace and justice that embraces all people regardless of their ethnicity or background.]] ~*~*~