Harun

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English[edit]

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From Arabic هَارُون(hārūn). Doublet of Aaron.

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Harun

  1. An Arabic male given name from Arabic, equivalent to English Aaron

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Malay[edit]

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Etymology[edit]

From Arabic هَارُون(hārūn), from Hebrew אהרן(Ahărōn).

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Harun (Jawi spelling هارون)

  1. Aaron (biblical brother of Moses)
  2. Aaron; A male given name from Hebrew

Turkish[edit]

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Etymology[edit]

From Ottoman Turkish هارون(harun), from Arabic هَارُون(hārūn), from Hebrew אהרן‎.

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Harun

  1. A male given name which means "the contumacious one" and "the shining one".
  2. Aaron, the brother of Moses (Musa).