Pharaoh (פַּרְעֹה, par'oh; Φαραώ, Pharaō; Egyptian: pr-ʿ3, “great house”). A common title in the Bible for the king of Egypt.
Pharaoh Hophra (פַּרְעֹה חָפְרַע, par'oh chophra'). Also known as Apries. The fourth pharaoh of the Egyptian 26th dynasty. Reigned 589–570 bc. Named Ḥʿʿ-yb-Re in ancient Egyptian, from which his Hebrew name חָפְרַע (chophra') and usual Greek name Ἁπρίης (Hapriēs) are derived. In the Septuagint he is
Pharaoh of the Exodus
Pharaoh of the Exodus (פַּרְעֹה, par'oh; Φαραώ, Pharaō). An unknown Egyptian pharaoh who came into conflict with Moses about the slavery of the Israelites, according to Exodus 5–14. He is often identified as Ramesses II, but this is uncertain. (For more information on Ramesses II, see this article: Ramesses