Aaron (aaron) in Japanese
Aaron in Katakana
Aaron in Romaji
Aaron in Hiragana
The name Aaron in Japanese Katakana is アアロン which in romaji is aaron. Katakana is the standard translation for names into Japanese, Aaron in Japanese Hiragana, the non-standard translation for names into Japanese, is ああろん.
This translation was provided by our comprehensive database of existing names, which is derived from Hepburn romanization, the most widely used-used system of romanization for the Japanese language.
How do you write Aaron in Japanese Kanji?
The closest sounding kanji name that sounds similar to "aaron" is 阿論 (pronounced Ah-ron). The kanji means "argument".
The western meaning of the name Aaron is "high mountain" or "exalted one". The closest matching Kanji name based on this meaning is 高山 (Takayama), which is pronounced "tah-kah-yah-mah". The kanji characters mean "high" and "mountain".
Common examples of names similar to Aaron in Japan
We found the following examples of names similar to Aaron which are used as a first name or last name in Japanese prefectures:
1. Aarōn (ああろーん): Commonly used in Tokyo, this name is written with the kanji for “peace” (安) and “son” (郎). It is pronounced with a long “a” sound and a short “o” sound. 2. Aaharon (ああはろん): This name is commonly used in Osaka and is written with the kanji for “peace” (安) and “field” (原). The pronunciation is similar to the first example, but with a slightly longer “a” sound. 3. Aarōn (あーろーん): This name is commonly used in Kyoto and is written with the kanji for “peace” (安) and “son” (郎). It has a similar pronunciation to the first two examples, but with an elongated “a” sound followed by a short “o” sound. 4. Aaharon (あーはろん): This name is commonly used in Fukuoka and is written with the kanji for “peace” (安) and “field” (原). The pronunciation of this name has an elongated “a” sound followed by a short “h” sound and then a short “o” sound.
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