Aarón

Aarón is the Spanish form of the Biblical name Aaron. Notable people who are often referred to solely by this name include: Other notable people with the given name of Aarón include: ...
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Aaron

In the Hebrew Bible and the Quran, Aaron (n;) {#tag:ref|{{lang-he|אַהֲרֹן} ′ahărōn, هارون Hārūn, Greek (Septuagint): Ἀαρών, often called Aaron the priest (אֵהֲרֹן הֵכֹּהֵן) and once Aaron the Levite (אַהֲרֹן הַלֵּוִי) (Exodus 4:14)|group=`note`}} was the older brother of Moses, (Exodus 6:16-2.....
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Aaron

(from the article `Thériault, Yves`) ...who dropped out of school at the age of 15, held a variety of jobs before becoming a writer for the National Film Board (1943–45) and Radio Canada ...
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Aaron

(from the article `Titus Andronicus`) ...it with the stumps of her hands, to reveal the names of her ravishers. Titus now emerges as the revenger who must bring Tamora`s brutal family to ...
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Aaron

(lived c. 13th century BC) In the Old Testament, the elder brother of Moses and co-leader of the Hebrews in...
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Aaron

noun (Old Testament) elder brother of Moses and first high priest of the Israelites; created the golden calf
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Aaron

[Book of Mormon] According to The Book of Mormon, the city of Aaron was located near Nephihah, though constructed earlier. Prior to the construction of Nephihah, its nearest known neighbor was Moroni. The book first tells of the city of Aaron when Alma, rejected at Ammonihah, departed and took his journey toward the city of Aaron about 82 B...
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Aaron

[Copt] Aaron was a Miaphysite Coptic saint. His apocryphal legend says of him, `When he was sick, he made roasted pigeons fly into his mouth.` He has a feast in the Coptic Calendar of saints on May 16. ...
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Aaron

[given name] Aaron is an anglicised Hebrew masculine given name. Its English form is derived from the Hebrew name `Aharon` (אהרן) which is most likely of Ancient Egyptian origin from `aha rw` meaning `warrior lion`, P6-E23 or from Aaru, the Egyptian heaven ruled by Osiris, M17-G1-D21-G43-M2-M2-M2 According to other theories, the name co...
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Aaron

[Lamanite] This article is about the Lamanite figure in the Book of Mormon. For other uses, please see Aaron (disambiguation) According to the Book of Mormon, Aaron was a Lamanite king who lived during the 4th century in the Americas. He is mentioned in Mormon`s record as a man who led 44,000 Lamanites to battle against Mormon`s Nephite arm...
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Aaron

[Nephite] According to the Book of Mormon, Aaron was a Nephite missionary and one of the sons of King Mosiah. He was also brother to the prophet Ammon. As related in the Book of Mormon narrative, Aaron and his three brothers (Ammon, Omner, and Himni), left their father, and his people, to travel to the land of the Lamanites in order to prea...
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Aaron

[saint] Aaron is a saint of the Coptic Church. He has an annual feast in that church on October 19. ...
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Aaron

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Aaron

Aaron (âr'un) , in the Bible, the brother of Moses and his spokesman in Egypt, and the first high priest of the Hebrews. He is presented as the instrument of God in performing many signs, such as the turning of his rod into a serpent and causing the rod to bud, blossom, and bear almonds. Ne...
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Aaron

Aaron is a Hebrew name for boys. The meaning is `mountain of strength` The name Aaron is most commonly given to Scottish boys. Aaron is at number 11 in the top 50 of Scottish boys (average of 10 years data) What do they use in other countries? Erin (English, Irish) Ari (English) Aeryn Arin Aaryn Ronnie (English) Ronan (Irish) Airyn Ronin (English) ...
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Aaron

Aaron is a moor in Titus Andronicus.
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Aaron

Aaron was a Jewish patriarch and the brother and assistant of Moses. Together with Moses he led the Israelites out of Egypt, and became the first Jewish high priest. Aaron was of the tribe of Levi. At Sinai, when the people became impatient at the long-continued absence of Moses, he complied with their request in making a golden calf, and thus beca...
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Aaron

Moses
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Aaron

the traditional founder and head of the Jewish priesthood, who, with his brother Moses, led the Israelites out of Egypt. The figure of Aaron as it ... [6 related articles]
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Aaron

Type: Term Pronunciation: ar′on Definitions: 1. Charles D., U.S. physician, 1866-1951. See: Aaron sign
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