What does Aron mean?
Aron [aron] as a boys' name is pronounced AIR-en. It is of Hebrew origin, and the meaning of Aron is "mountain of strength". Spanish, Slavic, and Scandinavian form of Aaron. Aron was used for Elvis Presley's middle name.
34 relations via Aaron: Aaran, Aaren, Aarin, Aaro, Aaronas, Aaronn, Aarron, Aaryn, Aeron, Aeryn, Aharon, Ahran, Ahren, Ahron, Airen, Airyn, Aran, Arand, Arek, Aren, Arend, Ari▲, Arin, Arnie, Aronne, Arran, Arron▼, Arun, Auron, Ayren, Ayron, Erin▼, Haroun and Ron▼.Creative forms:
(male) Arnee, Aroni, ..
(female) Arana, Arton, .. Middle name pairings:
Aron Benaiah (A.B.), ..
How popular is Aron?
Aron is a somewhat popular first name for males (#864 out of 1220, Top 71%) and an even more popular last name for both adults and children (#13266 out of 150436, Top 9%). (2000 U.S. Census)
Aron reached its apex rank of #516 in the U.S. in the 1970s, and is at #739 presently. (Top 2000 Names, 2015)
Which version is better?with similar and related boy names. Popular alternative forms of Aron (#739 a year ago) are Aaron (#52 a year ago), Ari (#402), Aharon (#1792), Arun, Erin, Ron, Arron, Arnie, Aarron, Aren, Arin and Arran. Other forms, like Aaran, are uncommon. These forms of Aron reached the height of their popularity 21 years ago (median #1329) and are somewhat less conventional today (#1614, down 45.6%). Aaron is more universally found than the rest, although Ari appears to be gaining popularity too, while forms like Erin used to be popular.
Aron▲ is pronounced similarly to Arian▲, Arien, Arion, Arren, Arrin, Arwin, Arwyn, Aryon, Eran, Eron, Erron, Erwin▼, Erwyn, Irwin▼, Irwyn, Oran▼, Oren, Orin, Orion▲, Oron, Orran, Orren, Orrin, Orwin and Oryon. Other recommended names are Abran, Acton, Admon, Adnon, Adom, Adon, Adron, Afton, Alon, Amon, Anson▲, Aram, Ardon, Arjun▲, Arlin, Arlow, Arlyn, Armon, Arn, Arne, Arni, Arno, Arnoe, Arnon, Arnou, Arnow, Arny, Arri, Arrow, Arvin, Arvon, Avon, Aymon, Brion, Bron, Deon, Eon, Garon, Haron, Ivon, Leron, Loron, Miron, Odon, Orson, Taron, Teron, Ton, Tyron and Zion▲. These names tend to be less frequently used than Aron.See names in meaning and etymology.