Memphis

Origin: Greek, Egyptian, Coptic Μέμφις (Greek) Meaning: It’s the Greek form of Men-nefer (which becomes Menfe in Coptic), the Egyptian name of a city in Egypt meaning “enduring and beautiful” from Egyptian mn “to suffer”, “to endure”, “to remain” and nefer “beautiful”. In Greek mythology, Memphis is the daughter of the Nile and the wife of Epaphus and…

Horus

Origin: Egyptian Meaning: the Greek form of Egyptian Hrw, reconstructed as Heru or Haru possibly meaning “falcon” or “high” referring to “The distant one” or “One who is high/above” In Egyptian mythology, Horus was the most important of the gods. Seen as the personal god of the reigning monarch at the time, he was also the god of the…

Seth

Origin: English, Biblical Latin, Biblical Greek, Egyptian Meaning: placed, appointed; also a name in Egyptian myth meaning “dazzle” or “pillar” In Egyptian mythology it’s pronounced as Set Variants: Set