Synopsis: Using Knighted, world-renowned Egyptologist Sir. E A Wallis Budge's "Egyptian Hieroglyphic dictionary" and other peered review sources, I will demonstrate that the Egyptian term "Amen" is identical to the Semitic term "Amen" as this is errantly (and biasedly) disputed upon the user-created encyclopedia Wikipedia "Amen" page as false.
"Don't believe me? Then check it out for yourself!" - Dr. York
Let's analyze this:
We see here the term "ámen" defined as "The right hand" in Hebrew begins as the Wikipedia definition states with the Hebrew letter: "Yodh/Mem/Yodh" (read from right to left). This is a direct reference from the bible Strong's Concordance: H3225 [Yamin - The right hand]
The Hebrew transliteration in this definition of Amen is compared to Stongs's Condorance: H528 of which defines the Egyptian God "Amun" 1st letter spelled with an Aleph/Mem/Waw/Nun and not a Yod. (read right to left.).
So, to recap thus far: Wikipedia states that the "Egyptian" version of the term "Amen" isn't the same as the Hebrew version because the Hebrew version is an adverb (apparently not known to Egyptians who colonized Canaan?) spelled with an Aleph and the other two versions are nouns with one spelled with a Yodh and the other an Aleph. However, both versions of the latter two in our sacred Metu Neter use the exact, identical definitive hieroglyphics! However, it's only in the Hebrew script that these terms are spelled as "Yamin" with a Yodh, and spelled as "Amon" with an Aleph in your Torah.
"Amen" is defined as a noun in the New Testament.
|Amen from the New Testament is defined as a particle indeclinable but the root: "Amen" from the Old Testament is described as an adverb. Also, notice how the definition from the concordance of Blue Letter Bible uses the small letter "a" but the verse capitalized the "A".|
"...Two New Testament passages alone remain, and in these [Amen (Greek)] is treated as a noun. In Apoc. iii. 14, where it is masculine, it is immediately explained as a designation of Christ as " the faithful and true witness." Source