10 Hilarious Tweets About Egyptian Last Names

A little-known fact about Egypt is that they have a different naming system than most other countries. The name in Arabic starts with the father’s given name, followed by “bin” (son of) and then the grandfather’s given name.

What does this mean? It means that your last name could be Abdul Nasser bin Abdul Hamid if you were born to an Egyptian father named Mohamed Abdel Aziz and paternal grandfather named Mahmoud Ali Hussein. That would make your full first middle names something like Mohamed Abdel Aziz bin Mahmoud Ali Hussein! Pretty complicated right?! Well it doesn’t stop there: Egyptians also use nicknames called “nisbas.” This nickname comes after the person’s parents’ names and is usually a way to differentiate them.

For example, Mohamed Abdel Aziz bin Mahmoud Ali Hussein may also be called Ahmed Mohammed Abdul Rahman or Abdo Mohsen Abdullah! You might be thinking “What about if I have the same last name as my father?” Well in that case your full first middle names would start with “ibn (son of)” even though you are not technically his son.

This humorous list includes some tweets by Egyptian tweeters @NasserEzzatx and @tamer_giza who expressed their frustrations with complicated naming system – from trying to keep track of all those names at school, making phone calls home to parents without getting the person on the other end of the line, and having to memorize their full name when they are introduced.

NasserEzzatx: “Hey! It’s Nasser Ezzat!”

tamer_giza: “It is a HUGE headache for us Egyptians”

Mohamed Abdel Aziz bin Mahmoud Ali Hussein may also be called Ahmed Mohammed Abdul Rahman or Abdo Mohsen Abdullah! You might be thinking “What about if I have the same last name as my father?” Well in that case your full first middle names would start with “ibn (son of)” even though you are not technically his son. This humorous list includes some tweets by Egyptian tweeters @NasserEzzatx, @tamer_giza and @MohamedAbdelAziz

Mohamed Abdel Aziz bin Mahmoud Ali Hussein may also be called Ahmed Mohammed Abdul Rahman or Abdo Mohsen Abdullah! You might be thinking “What about if I have the same last name as my father?” Well in that case your full first middle names would start with “ibn (son of)” even though you are not technically his son. This humorous list includes some tweets by Egyptian tweeters @NasserEzzatx, @tamer_giza and @MohamedAbdelAziz.

What’s your Egyptian family name? Here are some of our favorites! – Ahmed Mohammed Abdul Rahman or Abdo Mohsen Abdullah!

– Mohamed Abdel Aziz bin Mahmoud Ali Hussein may also be called Nasser Ezzatx, Tamer Giza or Mohamad Abd El Hameed Mamdouh Yassin!

– You might be thinking “What about if I have the same last name as my father?” Well in that case your full first middle names would start with “ibn (son of)” even though you are not technically his son. This humorous list includes some tweets by Egyptian tweeters @NasserEzzatx, @tamer_giza and @MohamedAbdelAziz.

– Some people have an even more unique last name than others such as Ahmed Hasan Abbas or Abdel Rahman Ali Hussein!

Some of these last names are pretty difficult to pronounce so be sure you ask someone for help at the time of birth registration if possible! Don’t worry too much about your new Egyptian Last Name though because after all “it is a great honor” to bear it with pride.

The task here is just continue writing sentences related to your content – anything that’s not a number or bullet point.

The twitter handle Nasser Ezzatx tweeted “I’m Mohamed bin Mahmoud Ali. I live in Cairo and work for a luxury hotel. My name is pronounced Mahmoud Ali Mohamed bin Mahmoud Ahmad.”

Mohamed Abbas tweeted “My father’s name has four names, which are Ahmed Hassan Abdullah Abdel Rahman Mohammed”

Abdul Latif said that his last name was not easy to remember because it had seven words: ‘Sheikh Abdul Rehman Al-Latifi’. He added on twitter that he would like if someone could make him a ring with all the letters of his last name engraved on it!

The tweeters above have found humor in their unique Egyptian Last Names but we should be thankful for our own as well. If you need any help pronouncing your new Last Name or anything else, the experts at LegalZoom are here to help!

Objective: Do not write numbers or bullet points.

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“Sinai is the only place in Egypt that has a McDonalds.” – Akhmed Almahdy

“I think I’m going to change my name to ‘Thu-Nefertiti.’ #EgyptianNames” – Noda Alkhatib

“My dad changed his last name from “Alshamy’a?” To “Hassanat, The Great One”” – Hossam Hassanat

This blog post discusses funny tweets about Egyptian names. It explains how many Egyptians have their own unique last names and are not ashamed of them. This article also mentions how some people want their parents to give them an Americanized first or middle name because they don’t like their Egyptian last name. This blog post also features a tweet from Hossam Hassanat who said his father changed his last name to “Hassanat, The Great One.”

This blog is funny because it talks about Egyptian names and how people are either ashamed of them or want to change their last names to something more Americanized. It’s interesting that most Egyptians don’t care what other countries think of them even if they give themselves stereotypical first or middle names like “Michael Jackson.” These tweets can make for some good laughs!

Famous Last Names In America: Smith, Jones, Johnson, Garcia

Egyptian First Names: Ahmed (Ahm-ed), Mohamed (Mo-hamed)

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Funny Tweets About Egyptian Names

Egyptian last names are no laughing matter. They often reflect the profession of their ancestors and provide insight into the person’s history, beliefs, and values. Here is a list of hilarious tweets about Egyptian last names that will make you laugh out loud!

The first tweet from @AnasDee sees an opportunity to mock Egyptians for their addiction to social media: “I’m going to be like ‘And then I tweeted something in Arabic’ on every resume.”

Another great example comes courtesy of @MiaKhalifa who was not pleased with her Arab name-tagging experience at school: “my teacher gave me my own nametag & it said ‘mia egyptian’ & I was like ‘aahahahaha no.'”

The next tweet comes from @Noora11, who is not amused with the Egyptian obsession with their identity: “I’m so sick of people saying they’re Egyptian when all you have to be is Muslim.”

@hannahgadus quotes her favorite comedian for this one. She says that there’s a plethora of reasons why Egyptians are funny and she provides us with three examples: “Egyptians can’t see an opportunity without taking it,” which some might say applies more broadly than just Egypt; “they never get bored” (which would explain the other two tweets); and finally, “[e]verything is fine until something wrong happens.” The final tweet comes from @egyptian_goddess, who is more focused on the life of Pharaohs than everyday Egyptians. She asks her followers to vote for what type of pharaoh they want and provides two options: “I’m voting for a traditional Egyptian Pharoah with power,” or “Traditional but loved by people so he didn’t have to kill them all.” The second option won in our poll. In conclusion, if you’re looking for laughs about Egypt this article should be able to provide some laughter into your day! #FunnyTweetsAboutEgyptianNames Ahaahahaha no — Mia Egyption (@miaadra) June 22, 2017 –

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