The name Aaron
Aaron is one of those first names that can be called original. And, its particularity is that its double “a” present at its beginning puts it in the first place in alphabetical order. Then, it should be noted that there is still a rare first name but which tends to develop more and more and this by the use of the same first name among celebrities. We then find the former tennis player, Aaron Krickstein, the composer Aaron Copland or even Aaron Taylor-Johnson, film actor.
Aaron is a name of 5 letters that begins with the letter A and ends with the letter N.
Breakdown by sex (France and United States)
Number of children girls who had the first name Aaron (4 328 births).
Number of children boys having had the first name Aaron (612 961 births).
Figures and trends of the name Aaron in the world
There have been 31 652 births of Aaron since 1 907 (average of 288 / year). There were 2 496 named Aaron born in 2 021. It's the year 2 021 which saw the most births of babies with this name. #6
since 1 907
in 2 021
was the peak year
births / year
There have been 585 637 births of Aaron since 1 880 (average of 4 275 / year). There were 5 968 named Aaron born in 2 018. It's the year 1 989 which saw the most births of babies with this name. #6
since 1 880
in 2 018
was the peak year
births / year
Etymology, origin and meaning of name Aaron
From the Hebrew Aharôn, Aaron means “the one who comes after” also formed by the two terms “Har” and “Ron”, which designate the mountain and the song. In the Old Testament, Aaron was the brother of Moses and the first high priest of the Hebrews. In order to improve the life of the Hebrews exiled in Egypt, the latter intervened with the Pharaoh and will become the first ready to devote his life to God and to the people of Israel. Its use was rapidly developed throughout the world, particularly in Christian countries where it is often used as a baptismal name. After a development in the United Kingdom, then in the States, Aaron is gradually seducing the French people.
And by its growing use, develop at the same time derivatives: Aarone, Arone, Aaronn, Aron, Ayron, Aharon, Ayronn and even Arun.
When do we celebrate Saint Aaron? What day ?
We celebrate the Aarons on July 1, the date on which is celebrated Confederation Day in Canada, known as a national holiday.
Personalities of the Aaron
Although the Aarons tend to show a strong and manly image of themselves, they are nonetheless sensitive and often show a big heart. This generosity is reflected in the relationships they have with their loved ones as a loyal friend and affectionate spouse. By a great open-mindedness, they generally lead a very fulfilling social life and are described as trustworthy and altruistic people by those around them. In addition, they enjoy an overflowing energy on a daily basis that drives them to constantly be on the move and explore new places and new adventures. They tend to follow their instincts and intuition a lot with a very strong will
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