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Meaning of the Name Egypt

The first name Egypt is of Biblical origin. It is often a boy or girl name. It has the following meaning(s):

Biblical: That Troubles or Oppresses, Anguish
Biblical: That Troubles or Oppresses, Anguish

Related Names

Aaron  (Hebrew)
A Mountain; a Tower of Strength; in the Old Testament, the Elder Brother of Moses Who Helped Lead the Hebrews Out of Egypt
Abel-mizraim  (Biblical)
The Mourning of Egyptians
Abel-mizraim  (Biblical)
The Mourning of Egyptians
Acenath  (Egyptian)
Daughter. Biblical - Joseph's Egyptian Wife
Aegyptus  (Greek)
King of Egypt; Father of the Danaides
Aegyptus  (Latin)
Brother of Daunus
Alandair  (Greek)
Variant of Alexander: Defender of Men. Alexander the Great Was a Macedonian King for Whom the Egyptian City of Alexandria is Named. Eight Popes and Three Russian Emperors Have Been Named Alexander
Alexa  (Greek)
Feminine Form of Alexander: Defender of Men, Helper. Alexander the Great Was a Macedonian King for Whom the Egyptian City of Alexandria is Named
Alexander  (Greek)
Defender of Men. Alexander the Great Was a Macedonian King for Whom the Egyptian City of Alexandria is Named. Eight Popes and Three Russian Emperors Have Been Named Alexander
Alexia  (Greek)
Feminine Form of Alexander: Defender of Men, Helper. Alexander the Great Was a Macedonian King for Whom the Egyptian City of Alexandria is Named
Alexis  (Greek)
Feminine Form of Alexander: Defender of Men, Helper. Alexander the Great Was a Macedonian King for Whom the Egyptian City of Alexandria is Named
Alick  (Greek)
Diminutive of Alexander: Defender of Men. Alexander the Great Was a Macedonian King for Whom the Egyptian City of Alexandria is Named. Eight Popes and Three Russian Emperors Have Been Named Alexander
Amen  (Egyptian)
Ra - Personification of the Power of the Universe and God of a United Egypt
Ammon  (Egyptian)
God of a United Egypt
Anthony  (Latin)
Highly Praiseworthy. Famous Bearer: Mark Antony, Roman Triumvir and General Who Shared a Throne With Queen Cleopatra of Egypt
Asenath  (Biblical)
Peril, Misfortune. Joseph's Egyptian Wife
Berenice  (Greek)
One Who Brings Victory, Bringer of Victory. Famous Bearer: King Ptolemy I of Egypt's Second Wife Was Named Berenice, As Were Two of Her Granddaughters
Cairo  (African)
City in Egypt
Cairoshell  (Egyptian)
Egyptian Princess
Ciro  (Greek)
Ancient Egyptian Wind
Cirocco  (Italian)
Ancient Egyptian Wind
Cleopatra  (Greek)
Her Father's Fame; Glory of Her Father. Egyptian Queen Immortalized by Shakespeare in 'Antony and Cleopatra'
Cleopatra  (Shakespearean)
'Antony and Cleopatra'. Queen of Egypt and Mark Antony's Lover
Gipsy  (English)
Derived from 'Egyptian' to Describe Wandering Tribes of Dark Caucasians Who Migrated from India to Europe in the Fifteenth Century
Harpocrates  (Latin)
Egyptian God of the Sun
Isadora  (Greek)
Gift of Isis (This Name is Greek Even Though Isis is an Egyptian Deity). Feminine Variant of Isidore. Famous Bearer: Dancer Isadora Duncan (-)
Ishmael  (Hebrew)
God Listens. in the Bible Ismael Was Son of Abraham by Sarah's Egyptian Slave Woman Hagar
Ishmael  (Spanish)
God Listens. in the Bible Ismael Was Son of Abraham by Sarah's Egyptian Slave Woman Hagar
Isidora  (Greek)
Variant of Isadora: Gift of Isis (This Name is Greek Even Though Isis is an Egyptian Deity)
Isidore  (Greek)
Strong Gift. Gift of Isis (This Name is Greek, Even Though Isis is an Egyptian Deity). St Isidore of Seville Tried to Convert Spanish Jews to Christianity During the Th Century
Ismael  (Hebrew)
God Listens. in the Bible Ismael Was Son of Abraham by Sarah's Egyptian Slave Woman Hagar
Ismael  (Spanish)
God Listens. in the Bible Ismael Was Son of Abraham by Sarah's Egyptian Slave Woman Hagar
Lex  (Greek)
Diminutive of Alexander: Defender of Men. Alexander the Great Was a Th Century Macedonian King for Whom the Egyptian City of Alexandria is Named. Eight Popes and Three Russian Emperors Have Been Named
Marcus  (Latin)
Hammer. Mars (Roman God of War). Famous Bearer: Marcus Antonius (Mark Antony), Roman Triumvir and Lover of Egyptian Pharaoh Cleopatra
Moses  (Egyptian)
Son. in the Bible, Moses Led the Israelites Out of Egypt in Search of the Promised Land. in a Different Biblical Story, When Moses Came Down from the Mount, He Brought With Him the Ten Commandments Gi
Rachab  (Biblical)
Proud; Quarrelsome (Applied to Egypt)
Radames  (Egyptian)
Egyptian Hero of Puccini's Opera Aida
Rahab  (Biblical)
Proud; Quarrelsome (Applied to Egypt)
Sacha  (Greek)
Variant of Alexander: Defender of Men. Alexander the Great Was a Th Century Macedonian King for Whom the Egyptian City of Alexandria is Named. Eight Popes and Three Russian Emperors Have Been Named Al

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