The ancient Egyptian name of the country is Kemet ( km.t), which means "black land" referring to the fertile black soils of the Nile flood plains, distinct from the deshret (dš?t), or "red land" of the desert. The name is realized as keme and kem? in the Coptic stage of the Egyptian language. It appeared in early Greek as ??µ?a (Khemía). Another name was t ?-mry "land of the riverbank". The names of Upper and Lower Egypt were Ta-Sheme'aw (t ?-šm?w) "sedgeland" and Ta-Mehew (t? m?w) "northland", respectively.
The meaning of km.t de vr is neither 'black land' nor 'black people'. If a word is written by black ink, it does not mean that the word's meaning is 'black colour' as the Egyptologists are presenting. In Sanskrit the word is km-at (k-m + a-t; A conjunction of two words, If second word start with vowel as consonant, become transgression), which mean 'water + flow or walk constantly. Egypt, the land of Nile (water source), is a synonym of Kmt (Km-at). The keme, kema, kemi and khemia were nick or vitiated names of K-m-a-t (Kmt). k-m de means 'water' example: k-m-l dey means 'lotus'; k-m-nd-l de.My means 'a water pot'; k-m-th deB means 'a tortoise'. All are deeply relating to water. English words, which start with 'com' 'k-m', are synonym of water. During ancient time, the word 'compress' was used for water pressure, but now it is used for air pressure.
This sign is not a 'crocodile skin with spines' but it is a pictograph of 'flooded water'.
'Ikm' correct Sanskrit word is ya - k-m ;k de meaning 'moving water', a synonym of Nile river.
The English name Egypt was borrowed from Middle French Egypte, from Latin Aegyptus, adjective aigýpti-, aigýptios was borrowed into Coptic as gyptios, kyptios.
Which was originally from Sanskrit ga-y + p-ti-h + o-sh xk; ifr% m"k meaning 'to sing, to sound + the lord, owner + nation (a treatise of civil polity): a nation of sound's lord (the lightning).
Sanskrit: ku-w-t dq or means 'with sound (of lightning).
Mi?r, the Arabic language and modern official name of Egypt
Being corrupt from Sanskrit word Mi-s + rh fe'k $ j% meaning 'Wink, emulate, shine, glitter + fire: The winking of fire means 'the lightning'.
The other name was deshret (dš?t), or "red land" of the dessert.
Sanskrit word is d-sha + r-t n"kk $ jV which means 'the thread at the end of a piece of woven cloth, the fringe of a garment, the skirt, edge of hem of a garment + to shout, scream, yell, cry, roar, howl' respectively; A roaring fringe is a synonym of the lightning.