While going through the coptic calendar, I found that the name of the month of Paremoude (Barmouda) comes from Renno, the Ancient Egyptian God of severe wind and death. Retrieved from “http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Paremoude“. At once I remembred The Bermuda Triangle that I heard so much about when I was young while reading stuff like Dr. Nabil Farouk’s zoom, or Ragi Enayet’s zawaher khareka.The Bermuda Triangle, also known as the Devil’s Triangle, is a geographical area in the Atlantic Ocean which has been made infamous for the many people, aircraft, and surface vessels said to have disappeared within its bounds. Many of these disappearances involve a level of mystery which are often popularly explained by a variety of theories beyond human error or acts of nature, often involving the paranormal, a suspension of the laws of physics, or activity by extraterrestrial beings. An abundance of documentation for most incidents suggests that the Bermuda Triangle is a mere legend built upon half-truths and tall tales from individuals who sailed the area, then later embellished on by professional writers.
Seems like Ancient Egypt’s language really had a more greater impact than what I thought.