Someone was asking for the Egyptian word for “Beautiful”..
The ancient Egyptian word is Nefer.. as in NeferTiti, which means “The Beautiful One Has Come”.. The word Titi or Tata means walking.. which comes from the sound you make when walking small steps.. We still urge our babies to walk tata, so the old verb is still used as an adverb now.. or a subconscious translation.. as if still believing the natural language that human are born understanding is the Old Language.. so all our talk to babies still is done using it.. but maybe we can say more about that later.. for now we should go back to Nefer and Beautiful..
A modern word for Beautiful is 7elw (helw) for masculin or 7elwa (helwa) for feminine.. this is a Cairo and lower Egypt (north of cairo) dialect, comes from Arabic from a root meaning “Sweet”, which we came to use for everything nice, so it means beautiful or sweet or nice or even good. Gamiil/Gamiila is a non-geographically specific word, also from Arabic, but from a root meaning Beautiful, as in physical beauty. We also use it to describe spiritually beautiful people but it is mainly for the physical that it is used. In upper Egypt (south) the G becomes a Dj, and sometimes just a D.. Djamiil, Damiil.. though the usage may differ slightly.. In upper Egypt the word Malii7/Malii7e (Maliih/Maliihe) are more often used to describe beauty.
I am unfortunately not familiar with the words in Nubian and other Egyptian tongues, so if someone can help please do in the comments.. but until then, the above would be understood all over Egypt..