If pr.n is the perfect form of prj, the name consists of sḫm (“powerful”) + jb (“heart, will”) + pr.n (“has gone forth”) + mꜣꜥt (“Maat”), thus ‘(the one) powerful of will (for whom) Maat has come forth’. However, pr.n can also be interpreted as a participle and a preposition, pr n (“going forth for”), in which case the name would mean ‘(the one) powerful of will going forth for Maat’.
- (modern Egyptological) IPA(key): /sɛxɛm ib pɛrʔɛn mɑʔɑːt/
- Conventional anglicization: sekhem-ib-per.en-maat
- A serekh name notably borne by Sekhemib-Perenmaat, a pharaoh of the Second Dynasty
- A Two Ladies name notably borne by Sekhemib-Perenmaat, a pharaoh of the Second Dynasty