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"Aaron" in Greek
Aaron was the first high priest of Israel Exodus and his descendants filled a sub-caste within the priestly caste of Israel Joshua The name Aaron is not a regular Hebrew word and that's possibly because it originated elsewhere probably Egypt. But since most names in the Bible mean something and foreign names often were transliterated into Hebrew in such a way that they began to mean something in Hebrew, it's interesting to see what the name Aaron may have meant to a Hebrew audience. From this perspective, the name Aaron is related to familiar Hebrew names such as Ararat and Haran:. Intuition dictates that the root of the word for mountain probably has to do with being elevated, but that's not correct. In Hebrew thought, a mountain is not something that's high but rather a lot of something gathered.
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Meaning & History
The name Aaron is a Biblical Names baby name. In Biblical Names the meaning of the name Aaron is: A teacher; lofty; mountain of strength. The name Aaron is a Hebrew Baby Names baby name. 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 staff or rod.
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Aaron is a hellenized Hebrew masculine given name. The origin of the biblical name is uncertain; however, an Ancient Egyptian origin may indicate "aha rw" meaning "warrior lion",. According to other different theories, the name could be derived from various Hebrew roots meaning "high mountain", "mountain of strength", "exalted", or "enlightened",  or "bearer of martyrs". The name Aharon may itself be a variant of Haran , the name given to the older brother of Abraham in the book of Genesis. The given name was used by Jews and early Christians, then became exclusively Jewish in the Middle Ages, taken up by Gentiles in the 17th century, and popular among both in the end of the 20th century. Aaron was most popular in the United States in peaking as the 28th most popular name. Aaron is also a Jewish surname.