- Aug 10, 2020
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And MOSES means son---which is right there in the name.Nope...The sister or daughter of Paroah named Moshe; Moshe's parents named him Tuvia, meaning "Good".Mow-Sheh is an Egyptian word meaning "Drawn from", as in drawn from the Nile.
These were Egyptian hebrews--so moses is a thought to be a derivative of the Egyptian Hebrew word MES for son...which makes sense given the names we see of ancient Egypt and that realize that ancient times were always in most civilized cultures obsessed with the sun and the son as far gods went.
It's right there in the verses.
Which is about what this tread is about---FINDING THE name MOSES in other ancient writings. Moses in those writings meant SON which may or may not be a reference to the biblical moses at all regardless of who named him.