What does Aaron mean?
From the Hebrew "har-on", or possibly of Egyptian origin. Biblical: Moses' brother Aaron was the first high priest of Israel. American Vice President Aaron Burr; baseball celebrity Hank Aaron; composer Aaron Copland; actor Aaron Eckhart.
Aaron▲ has 37 variants: Aaran, Aaren, Aarin, Aaro, Aaronas, Aaronn, Aarron, Aaryn, Aeron, Aeryn, Aharon, Ahran, Ahren, Ahron, Airen, Airyn, Aran, Arand, Arek, Aren, Arend, Ari▲, Arin, Arnie, Aron▼, Aronne, Arran, Arron▼, Arun, Auron, Ayren, Ayron, Erin▼, Haroun, Ron▼, Ronnie▼ and Ronny▼.more]
How popular is Aaron?
Aaron is a very popular first name for males (#77 out of 1220, Top 6%) and also a very popular last name for all people (#2236 out of 150436, Top 1%). (2000 U.S. Demographics)
Charted below is the birth name popularity of Aaron for boys. Aaron reached its top rank of #28 in the U.S. in 1994, and is currently at #50. (Top 1000 Names, 2014)
Popular alternative forms of Aaron (#50 via latest list) are Ari (#441 via latest list), Aron (#745), Arran, Arron, Erin, Ron, Ronnie (#755) and Ronny. These forms of Aaron were at the top of their popularity in the 1970s (adoption of 0.467%) and are somewhat less common today (adoption 0.223%, down 52%), with forms such as Erin becoming less trendy. Aaron and Ari are two of the more fashionable baby names in this list, and there is also a resurgence in baby name usage for Aaron.
Thinking of names?
Aaron▲ is alike in pronunciation to Arian▲, Arien, Arion, Arren, Arrin, Arwin, Arwyn, Aryon, Eran, Erron, Eurion, Oran▼, Oren▼, Orin▼, Orion▲, Oron, Orran, Orren, Orrin▼, Oryon, Warren▼ and Warrin. Other suggested similar baby names are Aalok, Adron, Aeson, Ammon, Amon, Anton▼, Ardon, Arn, Aston, Avon, Aymon, Bardon, Baron, Cadon, Camron▼, Cardon, Caron, Cason▲, Darion▼, Daron▼, Darwon, Doron, Efron, Evron, Faron, Garmon, Garon, Garron, Hakon, Harmon▼, Haron, Jamon, Jaron▼, Jaxon▲, Kamron▼, Kanon, Kyron, Ladon, Lajon, Laron, Lavon, Liron, Loron, Mabon, Mardon, Marlon▼, Mason▲, Navon, Parton, Paton, Taron, Tavon▼ and Tyron▼. These names tend to be less commonly used than Aaron.