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Biblical name, borne by the brother of Moses, who was appointed by God to be Moses' spokesman and became the first High Priest of the Israelites (Exodus 4:14–16, 7:1–2). It is of uncertain origin and meaning: most probably, like Moses, of Egyptian rather than Hebrew origin. The traditional derivation from Hebrew har-on ‘mountain of strength’ is no more than a folk etymology. The name has been in regular use from time immemorial as a Jewish name and was taken up by the Nonconformists as a Christian name in the 16th century. Since the late 1990s it has been widely popular.
154th in the U.S.

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Hundreds of thousands
of people in the U.S have this name
436,710
to be exact
520,650
if you include dead people (since the government started keeping track)
Utah
has the most people named Aaron per capita
1981
marked the height of its popularity
0.32%
99.68%
3%
55+
34%
30-54
33%
13-29
30%
0-12

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