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I'm not a Hebrew scholar or anything, but a lot of sources suggest Aaron to be of unknown Egyptian origin. If that is the case, then I think it may be a variant of the Egyptian A'aru, which is the name of the underworld ruled by the Egyptian god Osiris.
-- aaron_bennack  12/10/2004
It is pronounced ah-hah-ron in Hebrew.
-- Miss Claire  1/2/2005
Also pronounced 'Ah-ron' or 'Ahr-un' or 'Ah-run'.
-- RubyTuesday  3/3/2005
This name can also be spelled Airin, as sported by bassist Airin Older from the punk rock band Sugarcult.
-- ravensshadow  4/27/2005
Strong's Hebrew Lexicon translates Aaron as "Light-bringer", and Hitchcock's Bible Names Dictionary offers three different meanings: "a teacher; lofty; mountain of strength".
-- Amatire  4/28/2005
Aaron being the most loyal of all names more so to females than males is also well known for being a hero and for being a true friend as well as an excellent partner.
-- Anonymous User  10/29/2005
I find Aaron a very masculine name. It is used in ABC's hit drama "Lost" as Claire's infant son's name, and I have grown rather fond of it.
-- TriwizardChamp3  12/12/2005
Aaron is my second son's name and there has been some "controversy with it in my own family of all things". There is an underlying tension because I have a 25 year old cousin named Erin and everyone says it's confusing. Some are even too stupid to pronounce my son Aaron's name the right way. They usually pronounce it the girl Erin. It can be so annoying but I have gotten over it but I don't think they have. Some in my family even make jokes about it. My family can be so stupid. In fact, I haven't said anything, but I don't even like some of their names at all. Thanks, I needed to get this out.
-- dmforsythe  12/22/2005
Aaron is a great name. I was called Jonathan but it got so annoying so I got a deed poll and changed my name to Aaron, I LOVE IT! And oh yeah when you change your name people ask a lot of questions, some find it interesting but some don't.
-- mrflibbles  1/19/2006
My first name is Aaron, and I absolutely DESPISE it. I actually go by my middle name: Clark. I believe it suits me much more, anyway.
-- Anonymous User  1/19/2006
Aaron Carter (recording artist) bears this name, younger brother to Nick Carter of the Backstreet Boys.
-- rubberduckiiz2  1/27/2006
Can also be spelled Erhen.
-- dani_08  3/5/2006
Aaron Spelling, father of Tori Spelling, is a T.V. and movie producer.
-- breakofday  3/10/2006
Aaron Stanford is the actor who played John Allerdyce/Pyro in "X-Men 2."
-- breakofday  3/10/2006
Aron was Elvis Presley's middle name.
-- lindamaree  3/12/2006
I just love this name for a boy. I wish I had thought of it with one of my 5 boys. I don't know of anyone personally with this name.
-- Anonymous User  4/25/2006
It is an awesome name! I like it because it may show that the person is tough and aggressive from the outside, but soft-hearted and caring.
-- Anonymous User  6/11/2006
Aaron is the name of a character in William Shakespeare's earliest tragedy, 'Titus Andronicus'. In the play, although Aaron initially starts off as the most villainous character, the birth of his illegimite son by the Roman Empress Tamora significantly alters his personality to the extent that he sacrifices himself for his child.
-- reservoirdoll1987  12/10/2006
I really like the name Aaron, but ONLY if it is spelled that way. NOT Erin, that is a girl's name.
-- FirChlis  1/29/2007
Aaron and Erin are totally unrelated. I hate it how some people pronounce them the same.
-- Anonymous User  2/11/2007
I and everyone I know pronounces Aaron and Erin the same. How else would you pronounce them?!
-- earthnut  7/19/2007
We are getting into accents here. Those who pronounce merry, marry and Mary alike would pronounce Aaron and Erin alike. Those who don't (like myself) would use the the "a" sound of Mary for Aaron and the "e" sound of merry for Erin. (There is also the possibility of a different pronunciation of the second syllable, using the "i" sound of in for Erin.)
-- Kosta  1/11/2008
Listen to the German pronunciation of Aaron here:
http://www.nordicnames.de/Aussprache.html
-- _satu_  2/13/2007
My cousin's name is Jesse Aaron. I think that that sounds really cool and, for the most part, fits him perfectly.
-- Anonymous User  2/24/2007
My brother's name is Aaron, and I think it's a really cute name.
-- 7up  3/21/2007
Tori Spelling and Dean McDermott have a son Liam Aaron, was born 13th March 2007 in L.A.
-- Karcoolka  3/26/2007
Aaron Fricke was a boy who attended a Catholic school. As a Senior in 1980, he was told he could not bring his boyfriend, Paul, to prom. He took the school to court, won, and is among the most well-known people in gay history. He wrote a book entitled, "Reflections of a Rock Lobster: A Story About Growing Up Gay", and wrote "Sudden Strangers: The Story of a Gay Son and His Father" with his father, Walter.
-- Emmasj  4/18/2007
This name is getting to be too common!
-- CharlieRob  5/15/2007
I think it's stupid to have 2 A's.
-- letsgopens  5/29/2007
Also used in Sweden.
-- earthnut  7/19/2007
Aaron Gillespie is the name of the drummer/singer in Florida-based metalcore band Underoath and lead singer of his side project, The Almost.
-- carenmuffin  8/14/2007
Aaron Renfree is the name of a singer of the group S Club 8.
-- Tirose  8/19/2007
Can also be spelt Aerin, like Aerin Lauder, granddaughter of Estee Lauder.
-- carenmuffin  8/24/2007
I love the name and I love its spelling. Aaron is a man's name, Erin is a woman's name. Both are strong.
-- Anonymous User  9/12/2007
Czech model Michaela Maláčová & her husband Zdeněk Bakala have a son Aaron Bakala, born 14 November 2007. He weighed 50 cm and he measured 3,65 kg.
-- Maggie_Simpson  11/18/2007
Although Aaron plays an important role in the early history of the Iraelites, Aaron always stands in the shadow of his charismatic younger brother Moses. He is the second son of Amram and Jochebed, and younger brother of Miriam. Aaron was three years old when young Moses was born.
-- Patricia Underwood  2/2/2008
If you think it's stupid that people spell it with two a's then blame the person who made it, it's not the people who named the kids fault, maybe they just like it because it's spelt with two a's. I think it's stupid when people spell it Aron - it looks like A-Ron!
-- ilovespencerc  3/24/2008
Yeh I like the name Aaron but I prefer it spelt like Aàron with the accent on the second A. I would so name my son this.
-- CassBlack  3/31/2008
This name is borne by Aaron Eckhart (born March 12, 1968), an American film actor, known for roles in films like 'In the Company of Men' (1997), 'Erin Brockovich' (2000), 'Nurse Betty' (2000), 'The Black Dahlia' (2006), and 'No Reservations' (2007), as well as a Golden Globe Award-nominated role in 'Thank You for Smoking' (2005).
-- AndrewJKD  4/20/2008
My little cousin is named Aaron. Everyone except for his mom uses the 'a' sound in Mary, but she uses the 'a' sound from apple.
-- wicogirl8  6/10/2008
Aaron is an awesome name!
-- CharlieRob  6/28/2008
I hate this name. Aaron Carter ruined it for me. I also hate how people pronounce it like Erin. They're two different names, people!
-- bananarama  7/28/2008
This is the name of a characer in John Steinbeck's book "East of Eden". This character chooses himself to spell it Aron, and has a twin brother named Caleb ("Cal"); they're story is a reflection of that of Cain and Abel's in the Bible.
-- rustytyger  7/31/2008
Aaron's a nice name, much better than Aaren or Erin, but I don't like how there are two a's.
-- Name Rater  8/3/2008
I very much like the name Aaron, though it is mostly influenced by two things:

1) Sir Aaron, a character in the Pokemon movie 'Lucario and the Mystery of Mew'. I love the whole 'aura' theme, and have watched the movie many times.

2) Claire's son on the TV show LOST, as mentioned above.
-- Ayla  8/9/2008
Aaron's quite a nice strong name.
-- Devilqueen  12/2/2008
This is a Polish version, too.
-- Anonymous User  1/5/2009
"Aaron Stone" is a Disney XD original series set to air in February 2009.
-- Anonymous User  1/26/2009
Really common. I don't much like it.
-- D.Scott  1/30/2009
Aaron Burr was vice president under Thomas Jefferson and a founding father. But he is best known for killing Alexander Hamilton in a duel in 1804.
-- kenzieiscool  2/5/2009
Pronounced "AR-awn".
-- MaggieSimpson  2/15/2009
There always seems to be a lot of confusion between the pronunciation differences of Aaron, Erin, and Eireann. Aaron is pronounced A-rin (with "A" sounding like bat or cat and "rin" sounding like bin or pin). Erin is pronounced E-rin (with "E" sounding like bet or pet and "rin" sounding like bin or pin). Eireann is pronounced ER-in (with "ER" sounding like air and "in" sounding like bin or pin). That said, these pronunciations are based on a Northeastern American accent.
-- Mystic  6/4/2009
I'm a 19 year old girl. My name is Courtney Aaron and it's really terrible. Both Courtney and Aaron are boys name and they're both so disgustingly common that there's really no way to distinguish myself in a university of 30,000 students. I hate it. It sounds harsh on the ears especially in Texas where it's (AIR-in) or even worse with the Texas dipthong (AY-er-in). Would change my name in a heartbeat if it wouldn't hurt my parents feelings.
-- Aaronmiles  9/12/2009
My favorite boy's name. To me, Aaron means strong, caring, loving, and respectful; a man who fights for what's right. Wonderful boys name.
-- Black_X  5/5/2010
This name is nice enough but I can't help thinking of Aaron Carter. Lol.
-- GrapeGirl93  5/5/2010
For those of you who don't like the spelling of this name, you have two options. You can drop one A, or you can add the H, for Aharon, which is the original and more accurate transliteration of the name. It really is that simple.
-- Atarah Derek  5/18/2010
It's not my first choice to name a son. But it's not that bad. I don't find it horrible or silly. I find it... just a little too common and mature for my taste.
-- Myth Writer Dreamer  6/8/2010
Famous bearer is Aaron Johnson who starred in the film 'Angus, Thongs and Perfect Snogging' as the character 'Robbie'.
-- starz26  11/9/2010
One famous bearer is Aaron Aaronsohn (1876-1919), a Jewish agronomist, botanist and Zionist activist. He's known for discovering wild emmer growing in Rosh Pinna (now Israel) in 1906.
-- StrangeFate  1/23/2011
"Aaron" (pronounced AIR-onh) sounds horribly shallow and uneducated... I associate the name with immature High School/early College male students who waste their tuition partying and becoming the beach-bums they truly are-- lifelessly. In the young 2000s the name was at a height where I called home. It truly began there, where I first thought of the name as the "Unintelligent, Blonde High School 'Hottie'"... certainly not the definition of brains. That does not necessarily mean I dislike all who bear the name-- I have met some incredibly kind people, actually. But for "Aaron" to fit, you need that certain personality, otherwise the double "A"s and pronunciation take over to end the ordeal appearing borderline "kre8tiv."
-- Francesca  5/14/2011
I would like to add that "Aaron" is not a very professional name for business, not educated in sound, and certainly more than a bit immaturely "Forever Young"... meaning that it does not grow well and finish the transition from boy to man.
-- Francesca  5/14/2011
Aaron (born 1995) is the son of actor Robert De Niro. He has a twin brother named Julian.
-- CarolinW  7/23/2012
Nice name, I didn't know it was so popular(#50). I know two people named Aaron, they're both in their late 40's, but I think it suits all ages. I like the female version Erin too, this is one of the few names that sounds good for both genders (at least in my opinion).
-- Oohvintage  1/12/2013
Again do I find so many unbearable comments for this name.

Aaron, pronounced "Awh-Rawn" in ancient Hebrew, was most famously attested to the brother of Moses, who became a symbol of Israel's priesthood as his descendants continued to be priests, and he was viewed as a patriarch of the priesthood.

Regardless of various translations, the true translation of Aaron can be used in a few ways but ultimately meaning the same thing. Aaron is a descriptive name, and it can translate into "Great" or "Mountain" or "Mountainous". I suppose some could even reference the name as meaning "Great Mountain", but in ancient Hebrew that would more likely connotate the name "Aaron-Aaron". The name Aaron is more common as part of a greater name, like the name "Jesse Aaron", which can translate into "God Is Great" or "God Is [a] Mountain", or "God Is Mountainous".

Along with this, Aaron is a distinctly MASCULINE name, yet despite this many retards have chosen to name their daughters this obviously masculine name by changing the letter structure or even writing it as "Erin" or other such similar names. If you want to make everyone think your daughter is a tomboy or a transvestite, by all means, express your ignorance.
-- Jarus  4/15/2013
Jarus, if you'd bothered to do any sort of research before just spewing such derogatory slurs as "retard", you'd know that Erin is an Anglicization of an Irish female name, and is an entirely different name from Aaron. It appears that YOU are indeed the ignorant one.
-- mrose19  1/11/2014
In Italy Aaron became Aronne, it's really rare, but very beautiful too!
-- Eretria  6/30/2013
Since there is no consensus in the etymology for this name, we adopted our own etymology (for our particular Aaron),
|Yahh-arown| meaning "YAHWEH's vessel."

This is taken from
http://www.blueletterbible.org/lang/lexicon/lexicon.cfm?Strongs=H3050&t=KJV +
http://www.blueletterbible.org/lang/lexicon/lexicon.cfm?Strongs=H727&t=KJV.
-- Sabertooth  8/14/2014
Nice, respectable and decent name, but a lot overused.
-- ThatMazerunnerfan  9/5/2014

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