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Meaning of the Name Aron

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The first name Aron is of Polish, Swedish, French, Hebrew origin. It is often a boy name. It has the following meaning(s):

Polish: Exalted
Swedish: Illuminated
French: Lofty or Inspired
Hebrew: To Sing
Hebrew: Variant of Aaron: Lofty; Exalted; High Mountain

Similar Names

Aaren | Aaron | Aharon | Ahren | Aram | Aran | Arana | Arawn | Aren | Arian |

Related Names

Aarao  (Hebrew)
Variant of Aaron: Lofty; Exalted; High Mountain. Biblically, Aaron Was Moses' Older Brother (And Keeper by God's Command). He Was First High Priest of the Israelites, Remembered for the Miraculous Blo
Aaron  (Hebrew)
A Mountain; a Tower of Strength; in the Old Testament, the Elder Brother of Moses Who Helped Lead the Hebrews Out of Egypt
Aaron  (Biblical)
A Teacher; Lofty; Mountain of Strength
Aaron  (Hebrew)
Enlightened, to Sing
Aaron  (Hebrew)
Lofty; Exalted; High Mountain. Biblically, Aaron Was Moses' Older Brother (And Keeper by God's Command). He Was First High Priest of the Israelites, Remembered for the Miraculous Blossoming of His Sta
Aaron  (Shakespearean)
'The Tragedy of Titus Andronicus' a Moor, Beloved by Tamora
Acharon  (Hebrew)
Last
Aharon  (Hebrew)
Variant of Aaron: Lofty; Exalted; High Mountain. Biblically, Aaron Was Moses' Older Brother (And Keeper by God's Command). He Was First High Priest of the Israelites, Remembered for the Miraculous Blo
Arek  (Hebrew)
Variant of Aaron: Lofty; Exalted; High Mountain. Biblically, Aaron Was Moses' Older Brother (And Keeper by God's Command). He Was First High Priest of the Israelites, Remembered for the Miraculous Blo
Arona  (Maori)
Colorful
Aronek  (Hebrew)
Variant of Aaron: Lofty; Exalted; High Mountain
Aronne  (Hebrew)
Variant of Aaron: Lofty; Exalted; High Mountain
Aronos  (Hebrew)
Variant of Aaron: Lofty; Exalted; High Mountain
Aronui  (Maori)
Desire. Great Desire
Arran  (Hebrew)
Variant of Aaron: Lofty; Exalted; High Mountain
Arren  (Hebrew)
Variant of Aaron: Lofty; Exalted; High Mountain
Arrin  (Hebrew)
Variant of Aaron: Lofty; Exalted; High Mountain
Arron  (Hebrew)
Variant of Aaron: Lofty; Exalted; High Mountain
Avaron  (Arthurian Legend)
Arthur's Burial Place
Avarona  (Arthurian Legend)
Arthur's Burial Place
Baran  (Russian)
The Ram; Forceful; Virile. See Also Baron
Barnett  (English)
Baronet; Leader
Barnham  (English)
Variant of Barnum: from the Baron's Home
Barnum  (English)
From the Baron's Home
Baron  (English)
Warrior; a Title of Nobility Used As a Given Name
Baron  (Teutonic)
Noble Fighter
Baron  (Hebrew)
Derived from Phrase Bar Aaron Meaning Son of Aaron
Baron  (French)
A Title of Nobility Used As a Given Name
Baron  (German)
Noble Man
Barron  (English)
Warrior; Variant of the Title Baron
Caron  (French)
Pure, Untarnished
Caron  (Welsh)
Loving, Kind
Carona  (Spanish)
Crowned
Channarong  (Thai)
Fight to Win
Charon  (Greek)
Ferryman Across the River Styx
Daron  (Greek)
Variant of Darin: Gift
Daron  (Gaelic)
Great
Daron  (English)
Great
Erebus  (Greek)
Father of Charon
Eron  (Spanish)
Variant of Aaron Lofty or Inspired
Faran  (English)
Variant of Faron: English Surname
Farin  (English)
Variant of Faron: English Surname
Faron  (German)
Variant of Ferdinand: an Old German Name, from 'Fardi' Meaning Journey and 'Nanthi' Meaning Venture. Famous Bearers Include Three Holy Roman Emperors and Several Spanish and Italian Kings
Faron  (Spanish)
Pharoah
Faron  (English)
English Surname
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