Nefertiti in Egyptian means “The Beautiful Has Come”. This indicates Nefertiti was not native to Egypt and also it shows Egyptians considered her to be very beautiful. Scholars agree that she was indeed a queen brought from the Mittani Kingdom. Her original name was “tadukhepa” or “Takuhi” in the language spoken today, daughter of Tushratta king of Mitanni.
It’s important to point out here that the father of Egyptology, Flinders Petrie, pointed out in the 19th century that Mitanni (along with Hayasa) is one of the Armenian Indo-European kingdoms that existed in the 2nd millennium BC. Modern science only comes to prove the claim that not only are Armenians native to their Homeland (genetics, archaeology, anthropology, linguistics only come to prove this), but Armenia could also be considered the cradle of civilization where the first settled communities began. The works of Dolgopolsky, Greenberg, Diamond, Atkinson, Gray, Renfrew, Ruhlen, Cavalli-Sforza, Ivanov, Gamkrelidze and many others are superb, by far these are the most outstanding scholars in the field, many of whom have received Pulitzer and Nobel prizes for their decades of dedication to the subject.
For more readings on the Mittani Kingdom: http://angelateryan.wordpress.com/2011/05/10/mitani-hurri-mitani-ancient-armenian-state/