In Hebraic culture, names have significant meanings. When given a name it represents an array of scenario including but not limited to the essence of one's character (https://www.aish.com/jl/l/b/48961326.html...also see Genesis 2:20 & Genesis Raba 17:4), elevation (Abram to Avraham, Jacob to Israel, etc), external event (1 Samuel 4:21-22 & Genesis 29:31-35), or even how one looked (Gen: 25:25). They were not happenstance or given because one just liked a name.
In Exodus 6:25, Eleazar the son of Aaron (Israel's first High Priest) wife gave birth to a man by the name of Phinehas (Pinchas). The very same Phinehas became blessed with the everlasting priesthood after he interceded with staving off the plague by slaughtering Zimri and Cozbi (Num 25:6-14). When doing research on the meaning of his name, I came across the following meanings: Copper/Brass Mouth, Strongs Concordance, #6372, His name was actually Pe-Nehasi.
What does the name Pinchas mean? Is it Hebrew? Was it originally Egyptian? Is it a Nubian name? In Hebrew, how does it translate to Brass/Copper Mouth when the last letter is a Samech and not a Shin? Does his name translate to The Negro/Black/Nubian (which in itself opens up a whole lot of questions)? Please share any insight that you have on the topic, and thank you as well.