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Aaron (Biblical priest)

LC control no.n 85025198
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Personal name headingAaron (Biblical priest)
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Variant(s)Aaron, high priest of Israel
Aron (Biblical priest)
אהרן (Biblical priest)
Aharon (Biblical priest)
Hārūn b. ʻImrān (Biblical priest)
هارون (Biblical priest)
Hārūn (Biblical priest)
Аарон (Biblical priest)
Ααρών (Biblical priest)
아론 (Biblical priest)
Aronne (Biblical priest)
Aroni (Biblical priest)
Ārons (Biblical priest)
Aaronas (Biblical priest)
アロン (Biblical priest)
Aarão (Biblical priest)
Arão (Biblical priest)
Арон (Biblical priest)
Aaroona (Biblical priest)
אהרן, הכהן
Aharon, ha-Kohen
Áárọ́nì (Biblical priest)
亞倫 (Biblical priest)
Yalun (Biblical priest)
Ya lun (Biblical priest)
Special noteNon-Latin script references not evaluated.
Found inSchoenberg, A. Moses und Aron [SR] p1984.
LC data base, 5/3/85 (hdg.: Aaron, high priest of Israel; usage: Aaron)
Enc. Judaica (Aaron; high priest)
Jewish enc. (Aaron; priest of Israel)
Universal Jewish enc. (Aaron; after revelation from Mt. Sinai, consecrated as high priest)
The encyclopaedia of Islam three, 2007-2: page 1 (Aaron is the biblical name for the brother of Moses, who is known as Hārūn b. ʻImrān [in roman] in the Qurʼān and Muslim tradition, with the Arabic form of the Hebrew name Aharōn [in roman] likely resulting from transmission through Syriac in pre-Islamic times)
Wikipedia, May 20, 2014 (Aaron; In the Hebrew Bible and the Quran, Aaron was the older brother of Moses, (Exodus 6:16-20, 7:7; Qur'an 28:34), a prophet of God. He represented the priestly functions of his tribe, becoming the first High Priest of the Israelites) Arabic version of page (هارون = Hārūn) Belarusian page (Аарон = Aaron) Bulgarian page (Аарон = Aaron) Czech page (Árón) Danish page (Aron) Greek page (Ααρών = Aarōn) Spanish page (Aarón) Galician page (Aharón) Korean page (아론 = Aron) Indonesian page (Harun) Italian page (Aronne) Hebrew page (אהרן = Aharon) Swahili page (Aroni) Latvian page (Ārons) Lithuanian page (Aaronas) Japanese page (アロン = Aron) Portuguese page (Aarão (or Arão)) Serbian page (Арон = Aron) Turkish page (Harun) Wolof page (Aaroona) Yiddish page (אהרן הכהן = Aharon ha-Kohen) Yoruba page (Áárọ́nì) Chinese page (亞倫 = Yalun)