Origin of the name AMENI.
Etymology of the name AMENI.
Meaning of the baby name AMENI.
name meaning "the self-existing one."
the son of King Osertesen or Sesertesen I. of the XIIth dynasty. Ameni, a great Egyptian officer, called Suten
Rekh, or "royal father," of the XIIth dynasty. His
wife's name was Hotep, "peace," the daughter of a chief whose
name is not given. He had a son named Pthahsankh, "Pthah, who
makes to live," and a daughter named like her mother, Hotep. Ameni, the son of an Egyptian functionary named
Antefaker and his wife Hotept. He lived probably in the XIIth
dynasty. Ameni, the superintendent of the works in the
temples of Upper and Lower Egypt, in the reigns of Amenemha I. and II. of
the XIIth dynasty. He was the son of the chief Tauuer and the lady
Meristekhu. Ameni, the name of two of the sons of Antef, a
great officer in the court of one of the kings of the XIIth dynasty. Ameni, the son of Apa. He was a priest of
Osiris, in the XIIth dynasty. Ameni, certain Egyptian amulets, in the shape of
a right angle or carpenter's square. They were generally wrought in
Haematite or black stone, and are often found with the mummies; their
symbolical meaning is unknown. Ameni, the chief of the embalmers of an unnamed
king of the XVIIIth dynasty. His wife's name was Hathorse, and his
daughter's Pthahse. He had also a son who was named like himself,
Ameni. Ameni, a great Egyptian general and officer of
state, in the reign of Osirtasen I. of the XIIth dynasty. He
conquered the people of Kush, protected the Egyptians during a great
famine, and administered the government of the province of Sah, in Upper
Egypt, with great prudence. He was buried in a tomb at Beni Hassan. (An Archaic Dictionary, Cooper, 1876).