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Aaron Arrowsmith (1750—1823) cartographer and map publisher

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Aaron ben Jacob ha-Kohen of Lunel

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Aaron Berkowitz

Aaron Bernstein (1812—1884)

Aaron Bernstein

Aaron Bohrod (1907—1992)

Aaron Bridgers (1918—2003)

Aaron Burr (1716—1757) Presbyterian minister and college head

Aaron Burr (1756—1836) American Democratic Republican statesman

Aaron C. Geise

Aaron C. Kay

Aaron Cappel (1560—1620) Reformed minister

Aaron Carter (b. 1987)

Aaron Copland (1900—1990) American composer, pianist, and conductor

Aaron Crossley Hobart Seymour (1789—1870) hymn writer

Aaron Director (1901—2004)

Aaron Douglas (1899—1979)

Aaron Draper Shattuck (1832—1928)

Aaron Edwin Penley (1806—1870) painter and drawing-master

Aaron Flaaen

Aaron Freimann (1871—1948)

Aaron Guerden (c. 1602—1676) physician and master of the mint

Aaron Gullickson

Aaron Hall (b. 1964)

Aaron Hart (1670—1756) rabbi


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In Hebrew tradition Moses's brother. He was assigned to Moses as his assistant (Exod. 4: 14), and later he and his descendants were appointed priests (Exod. 28 f.). In Christian theology he is a type of Christ.

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