101 Egyptian names for boy with beautiful meanings

Thus, as we offered you 101 names of Egyptian origin for girls, today we stop at male names of Egyptian origin for babies , names that are rarely used in our context and which may nevertheless be suitable for us.

Loudness, evocation, meaning … what will make us decide on an Egyptian name? Here you have some of the proper names of Egyptian origin for children with their meaning .

  • Abasi , “harsh, severe”
  • Abayomi, “the one who brings joy”
  • Bye, “fair”
  • Adofo, “fighter”
  • Adom, “who receives the help of the gods”
  • Akhenaten, “dedicated to the god Aten”
  • Akiiki, “friendship”
  • Akil, “smart”
  • Akins, “brave”
  • Amsi or Amsu, “personification or reproduction”
  • Anum, “born the fifth”
  • Apophis, Hellenized name of an Egyptian mythological being (Apep), shaped like a gigantic serpent.
  • Asim , “protector”
  • Aswad, “black”
  • Ata or Atsu, “double, twins”
  • Aten, “solar disk”
  • Atum, “as a whole, everything”
  • Azibo, “land”
  • Azizi, “precious”
  • Baal, of unknown meaning
  • Baba, Babu or Beb, Bebti, “the firstborn of Osiris”
  • Babafemi, “loved by his father”
  • Badru, “born during the full moon”
  • Bakari, “noble oath”
  • Baniti and Baruti, “professor”
  • Bes, “the one who brings joy”
  • Bomani, “warrior”
  • Chenzira, “born on a journey”
  • Chibale, “relative”
  • Chike, “power of god”
  • Chuma, “rich”
  • Dakarai, “happy”
  • Darwishi, “saint”
  • Donkor, “humble”
  • Ebo, “born on Tuesday”
  • Ebonne, “black”
  • Fadil, “generous”
  • Faki, of unknown meaning
  • Fenuku, “born late”
  • Fenyang, “conqueror”
  • Gahiji, “hunter”
  • Garai, “established, colonist”
  • Gyasi, “wonderful”
  • Haji, “born during the pilgrimage”
  • Hamadi, “praised”
  • Hanif, “believer”
  • Hasani, “handsome”
  • Hondo, “war”
  • Horus “the high one” , celestial god in Egyptian mythology.
  • Ishaq, “laughs”
  • Issa, “god saves”
  • Jabari, “brave”
  • Jafari, “stream”
  • Jahi, “worthy”
  • Jumoke, “loved by all”
  • Kafele, “who would die for someone”
  • Kamuzu, “doctor”
  • Kaphiri, “hill”
  • Khaldun, “immortal”
  • Khalfani, “rules to be followed”
  • Khalid, “immortal”
  • Khnemu, “to model”
  • Kontar, “only child”
  • Lukman, a prophet
  • Mahaes, “lion”
  • Madu, “popular”
  • Makalani, “scribe”
  • Manu, “born second”
  • Maskini, “poor”
  • Masud, “lucky”
  • Mensah, “born third”
  • Moses, Moss or Moshe, “son”. It is the Egyptian name of Moses, the character in the Bible who freed the Israelites from Pharaoh
  • Mosi, “he who was born first, firstborn”
  • Muse, “aquatic”
  • Musim, “believer”
  • Nassor, “victorious”
  • Nuru, “born during the day”, valid for boys and girls
  • Ode, “of the way”
  • Odion, “born of twins”
  • Omari, “born tall”
  • Osahar, “god hear me”
  • Osaze, “loved by god”
  • Osiris or Ausar , god of resurrection, symbol of the fertility and regeneration of the Nile.
  • Radam├ęs, known for being the Egyptian hero of Puccini’s opera “Aida”
  • Ramses, son of the god Ra
  • Rashidi, “wise”
  • Re, “noon sun”
  • Sadiki, “faithful”
  • Seb, god of the earth.
  • Shakir, “grateful”
  • Shu, “air”
  • Sudi, “lucky”
  • Tarik, Egyptian warrior
  • Tau, “lion”
  • Thabit, “strong”
  • Tor, “king”
  • Tumaini, “hope”
  • Ubaid, “faithful”
  • Ur and Ur Atum, “great”
  • Usi, “smoke”
  • Yahya, “given by god”
  • Zaid, Ziyad, “he should be added”
  • Zuberi, “strong”

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