Female Egyptian Names

t

– beautiful soul

Bast

– unpleasant sound

Bastet

– unpleasant sound

Bakhiti

– welfare

Bennu

– eagle

Gezerit

– holy woman

Jebnuziri

– Venus

Dendera

– from Dendera

Dzhendeyi

– grateful

EMU

– cat

Erbi

– Princess

Zalika

– gentility

Zahra

– flower

Zeziro

– twin

Zema

– Queen

Zeoris

– large

бо

– ebony

Izis

– queen of the throne

Irizi

– fashioned Isis

Ife

– love

Kakra

– twin

Kanika

– black

Kebi

– honey

Kesi

– daughter of troubled father

Kepi

– storm

Kissa

– twin sister

Kifi

– woman’s breast

Kiya

– cheerful lady

Cleopatra

– the glory of the father

Kuibila

– peaceful

Layla

– born at night

Mazika

– born in the rain

Mandisa

– sweet

Mezi

– water

Merit

– beloved

Mert

– lover of silence

Meskanet

– destiny

Mitet

– fair

Miv-sher

– kitten

Mi

– softness

Monifa

– lucky

PEF

– white

Mukamutara

– daughter Mutara

Mukantagara

– born during the war

Mukarramma

– respected

Mumin

– pious

Mut

– mother

Climb

– mother of twins

Nazif

– net

Naima

– friendly

Nana

– beautiful

Nafretiri

– beautiful creature

Nafretiti

– arrives with beauty

Nafrini

– bringing beauty

Nafra

– virgin

Nebibit

– leopard

Nebit

– leopard

Nebt-hat

– le and houses
Neri

– gypsy

Nehru

– born in the afternoon

Netikerti

– excellent

Nefertari

– the most beautiful

Nefertiti

– beautiful arrived

Neftis

– lady of the house

Nima

– born of a rich parent

Noerbeze

– wonderful

Nubit

– golden lady

Nubiti

– golden lady

Neil

– successful

Nain

– good

Neifr

– perfection

Ode

– from the road

Odjit

– evil

Ozeai

– happy

Olabizi

– bringing joy

Olufemi

– beloved of the gods

Frost

– beautiful

They

– required

Panivi

– that brought

Panya

– mouse

Rabia

– born in the spring

Razia

– nice

Ramla

– fortune teller

Rashida

– fair

Rehema

– compassionate

Saba

– born in the morning

Sadzhira

– small

Salam

– peaceful

Saliddzhi

– fruit tree

Salih

– nice

Saner

– kitten

Seshafi

– angry woman

City

– lady

Subira

– patient

Tabia

– talented

Tanaphrity

– from a beautiful land

Tahira

– ancient

Teymri

– my beloved land (Egypt)

Tale

– green

Umm

– mother

Umayma

– small mother

Wolida – recently born

Waserit

– a powerful woman

Femi

– love

Fili

– born second

Fukain

– intellectual

Hagar

– left

Hazin

– good

Hakika

– honest

Halima

– tender

Harer

– flower

Hatshepsut

– of noble women
Heboni

– black wood on

Heket

– frog

Khepera

– morning sun

Hat dick

– House Chorus

Hetshepsit

– noble women

Haight

– koronuemaya

Shamiz

– born first

Shani

– wonderful

Shashey

– necklace

Shasheyti

– necklace

Shemei

– desire

Sheps

– noble lady

Sheriti

– a little girl, a virgin

Shuker

– grateful

Shay-Nefer

– luck

Ebayo

– honey

Ebe

– wonderful

Ekaib

– woman’s breast

Emuisher

– kitten

Ash

– life

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