Other Forms Forms(Celtic)Ayron, (Welsh)Euron, (unknown)Orryn, (Latin)Aurum, (Japanese)Oron,
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Contributor Contrib.kai-kaiden on 7/9/2011
Form Welsh 'Au-' - "honorable", and '-on' - suffix meaning "to end" or "noble sacrifice". 'Aur' - can also mean "golden".'Or' - from hebrew meaning "light given through guidance and wisdom". In french it was used to refer to foreign noble men.Also the orthogon known as the 'golden rectangle' (its sides differ by phi) is called Auron.