Dictionary of Medieval Names
from European Sources

Aaron m. Hebrew אהרן, of uncertain origin.

The name of the Biblical brother of Moses, a 4th C British saint, and a 6th C saint. Wycliffite Bible (1395): Aaron. Geneva Bible (1560): Arón, Aráhon. Sagrados Escrituras (1569): Aarón.

For more information see Withycombe, s.n. Aaron.

England
Latin
1185x1186 Aaron (gen) PR-XXXVI p. 18
Dutch
1585 Aaron AuFr Bossche; 1599 Aaron ibid. Coudron
Early Modern English
1582 Aaron RegBisham p. 4
France
Middle French
1563 Aaron RegPCC-1 p. 35
Hungary
Latin
1229 Aaron (nom) ÁSznt p 74, Aron Aaron; 1246x1383 Aron (nom) ibid.; 1246x1453 Aaron (nom) ibid. p 75, Aron Aaron; 1332x1337 Aaron (nom) Slíz p 11
Italy
Latin
1464 Aron (nom) CUP-III-I CCXXXI; 1527 Aaron (nom) Rome1527 p. 86
Wales
Latin
1452 Aron (nom) ArchCambIII p. 71; 1453 Aron (nom) ibid. p. 69; 1455 Aron (nom) ibid. p. 257
Cite as: R. Le Get, M. Slíz, J. Uckelman, S.L. Uckelman. "Aaron". In S.L. Uckelman, ed. The Dictionary of Medieval Names from European Sources, Edition 2017, no. 1. http://dmnes.org/2017/1/name/Aaron.