Ex 2:10

2:10 Moses. This name is Semitic (text note), though perhaps it was compatible with Egyptian Mose meaning “is born” (e.g., Thutmose, meaning “Thut is born”). There is evidence that Semitic names were not uncommon in the royal court, and it is possible that the child was given a Semitic name by the princess. He was educated in the Egyptian court as a promising young noble (Acts 7:22).