Muslim scholars debated as to who exactly this "Harun" was in terms of his historical persona, with some saying that it was a reference to Aaron of the Exodus, and the term "sister" designating only a metaphorical or spiritual link between the two figures, all the more evident when Mary was a descendant of the priestly lineage of Aaron, while others held it to be another righteous man living at the time of Christ by the name of "Aaron". Art thou not content, O ‘Ali, that thou should be unto me as Aaron was unto Moses, save that after me there is no prophet."[11]. They led active lives and called 'doers of good. [90][91], Aaron was also mentioned by Muhammad in likeness to ‘Ali. Martin Lings, in his biographical Muhammad, speaks of Muhammad's wonderment at seeing fellow prophets in their heavenly glory: Of Joseph he said that his face had the splendour of the moon at its full, and that he had been endowed with no less than the half of all existing beauty. In Ecclesiastical Latin, the name was and is pronounced with two separate a sounds.[1]. Aaron pleaded with Moses to intercede for her, and Miriam, after seven days' quarantine, was healed. Aaron once again escaped any retribution. "[62] Aaron did as commanded; and they entered the cave, where was prepared a bed around which angels stood. Probabilmente è di oscure origini egizie[2][3][5], ma viene talvolta ricollegato a diversi termini ebraici con significati quali "brillante"[5], "esaltato"[2], "alta montagna"[2][5] o "montàno", "proveniente dalla montagna"[1][5], oppure lo ricollegano al termine aron ("arca")[6]. Aaron (/ ˈ ær ən / or / ˈ ɛər ən /; Hebrew: אַהֲרֹן ‎ ’Ahărōn) was a prophet, high priest, and the elder brother of Moses in the Abrahamic religions. He also related to them God's detailed instructions for performing their duties while the rest of the Israelites listened (Leviticus 1–7, 11-27). [37] Aaron, however, escaped punishment for his role in the affair, because of the intercession of Moses according to Deuteronomy 9:20. La pronuncia italiana corrente è "Arònne", ma si registra storicamente anche la forma "Àronne"[1]. The books of Judges, Samuel and Kings mention priests and Levites, but do not mention the Aaronides in particular. (Exodus 32:1-6). Con questo nome si ricordano anche, alle date seguenti: Dizionario della lingua italiana - Volume VII, Saint Seiya - Next Dimension - Myth of Hades, I Cavalieri dello zodiaco - The Lost Canvas - Il mito di Ade,, licenza Creative Commons Attribuzione-Condividi allo stesso modo, Voci presenti nell'enciclopedia su persone di nome ", Aaron Stone è un personaggio della serie televisiva. Now these are the divisions of the sons of Aaron. [18], The older prophets and prophetical writers beheld in their priests the representatives of a religious form inferior to the prophetic truth; men without the spirit of God and lacking the will-power requisite to resist the multitude in its idolatrous proclivities. The priests were also commissioned to bless the people (Numbers 6:22-27). In The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, the Aaronic order is the lesser order of priesthood, comprising the grades (from lowest to highest) of deacon, teacher, and priest. The cave closed behind Moses as he left; and he went down the hill with Eleazar, with garments rent, and crying: "Alas, Aaron, my brother! [62] Then his soul departed as if by a kiss from God. and then follow me. The Quran says that Aaron was entrusted the leadership of Israel while Moses was up on Tur Sina’ (Arabic: طُـور سِـيـنـاء‎, Mount Sinai) for a period of forty days (Quran 7: 142). The Quran also says that people called ‘Isa's mother Maryam (Arabic: مَـرْيَـم‎, Mary) a "sister of Harun" (Quran 19: 28). Aaron is later commemorated in the Quran as one who had a "clear authority" (Quran 23: 45) and one who was "guided to the Right Path" (Quran 37: 118). Illustrations of the Golden Calf story usually include him as well—most notably in Nicolas Poussin's "The Adoration of the Golden Calf" (ca. Muhammad had left ‘Ali to look after his family, but the hypocrites of the time begun to spread the rumor that the prophet found ‘Ali a burden and was relieved to be rid of his presence. Secondo altre fonti potrebbe derivare dall'ebraico "alta montagna", o dall'ebraico "io canterò" o dall'arabo "messaggero". [72] As a result, Aaron's death was more intensely mourned than Moses': when Aaron died the whole house of Israel wept, including the women, (Numbers 20:29)[62][73] while Moses was bewailed by "the sons of Israel" only (Deuteronomy 34:8). Doublet of Harun. [14][53] Aaron was 123 at the time of his death. Yet this did not diminish Muhammad's wonderment at his brethren, and he mentioned in particular the great beauty of Aaron. Although they had been commanded to speak to the rock, Moses struck it with the staff twice, which was construed as displaying a lack of deference to the LORD (Numbers 20:7-11). [43] Most interpreters think this story reflects a conflict between priestly families some time in Israel's past. [7] The Quran then adds that Moses here lamented the sins of Israel, and said that he only had power over himself and Aaron (Quran 5: 25). [note 6][note 7]. [83] Aaron is important in Islam for his role in the events of the Exodus, in which, according to the Quran and Muslim tradition, he preached with his elder brother, Moses,[8] to the Pharaoh of the Exodus. Each ward includes a quorum of one or more of each office of the Aaronic priesthood.[79]. "[70] This is further illustrated by the tradition[71] that Aaron was an ideal priest of the people, far more beloved for his kindly ways than was Moses. [51], Aaron, like Moses, was not permitted to enter Canaan with the Israelites[14] because the two brothers showed impatience at Meribah (Kadesh) in the last year of the desert pilgrimage (Numbers 20:12-13), when Moses brought water out of a rock to quench the people's thirst. Aaron (plural Aarons) 1. He spoke and acted on behalf of Moses with the Egyptian royal court, including performing miraculous "signs" to validate Moses' mission. The chief office of the Aaronic priesthood is the presiding bishopric;[78] the head of the priesthood is the bishop. Aaron also appears in scenes depicting the wilderness Tabernacle and its altar, as already in the third-century frescos in the synagogue at Dura-Europos in Syria. Questa pagina è stata modificata per l'ultima volta il 21 ago 2020 alle 23:40. Then the Shekhinah spoke the words: "Behold the precious ointment upon the head, that ran down upon the beard of Aaron, that even went down to the skirts of his garment, is as pure as the dew of Hermon" (Psalm 133:2–3). According to Samaritan sources, a civil war once broke out between the sons of Itamar, All commentators, classical and modern, hold that the Quranic, "In the second group, we have the great founders of families, apart from Abraham, viz., Noah of the time of the Flood; David and Solomon, the real establishers of the Jewish monarchy; Job, who lived 140 years, saw four generations of descendants, and was blessed at the end of his life with large pastoral wealth (Job 42:16,12); Joseph, who as Minister of State did great things in Egypt and was the progenitor of two Tribes; and Moses and Aaron, the leaders of the Exodus from Egypt. [59] Thus Aaron, the first priest, ranks below Moses: he is his mouthpiece, and the executor of the will of God revealed through Moses, although it is pointed out[60] that it is said fifteen times in the Torah that "the Lord spoke to Moses and Aaron. Most scholars have agreed to the former perspective, and have linked Mary spiritually with the actual sister of Aaron, her namesake Miryam (Arabic: مِـرْيَـم‎, Hebrew: מִרְיָם‎),[87] whom she resembled in many ways. [14][15][16] The other account is found in Deuteronomy 10:6, where Aaron died at Moserah and was buried. According to Numbers 16–17, a Levite named Korah led many in challenging Aaron's exclusive claim to the priesthood. [94][95], Aaron appears paired with Moses frequently in Jewish and Christian art, especially in the illustrations of manuscript and printed Bibles. In the Baháʼí Faith, although his father is described as both an apostle and a prophet, Aaron is merely described as a prophet. From Latin Aaron, from Ancient Greek Ἀαρών (Aarṓn), from Hebrew אַהֲרֹן‎ (ʾAhărōn), of unknown meaning, possibly meaning “bearer of martyrs”, or perhaps also, or instead, related to the Ancient Egyptian ꜥḥꜣ rw (“warrior lion”), though it has been suggested to also mean “elevated”, “exalted” or “high mountain”. At the battle with Amalek, he was chosen with Hur to support the hand of Moses that held the "rod of God". [54], Aaron married Elisheba, daughter of Amminadab and sister of Nahshon (Exodus 6:23) of the tribe of Judah. 7:1) holding a scroll, as in a twelfth-century sculpture from the Cathedral of Noyon in the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York and often in Eastern Orthodox icons. [14] Numbers says that soon after the incident at Meribah, Aaron with his son Eleazar and Moses ascended Mount Hor. While differing in responsibilities, these offices, along with those of the Melchisidec order, are regarded as equal before God. [1] God commissioned the Aaronide priests to distinguish the holy from the common and the clean from the unclean, and to teach the divine laws (the Torah) to the Israelites (Leviticus 10:10-11). Aronne è un nome proprio di persona italiano maschile[1]. The Quran contains numerous references to Aaron (Arabic: هَارُون Hārūn), both by name and without name. [62][74] Even in the making of the Golden Calf the rabbis find extenuating circumstances for Aaron. [42], On the day of Aaron's consecration, his oldest sons, Nadab and Abihu, were burned up by divine fire because they offered "strange" incense (Leviticus 10:1-3). Others argue that the story simply shows what can happen if the priests do not follow God's instructions given through Moses.[39]. There Moses stripped Aaron of his priestly garments and transferred them to Eleazar. And when a plague broke out among the people who had sympathized with the rebels, Aaron, at the command of Moses, took his censer and stood between the living and the dead till the plague abated (Numbers 17:1-15, 16:36-50). [7] It adds that Aaron tried his best to stop the worship of the Golden Calf, which was built not by Aaron but by a wicked man by the name of 'As-Samiri' (Quran 19: 50). Aaron is also commemorated with other Old Testament saints on the Sunday of the Holy Fathers, the Sunday before Christmas. L'onomastico si può festeggiare il 1º luglio in memoria di sant'Aronne, fratello di Mosè[6][7][8]. un posto migliore per trovare i significati dei nomi precisi. [62] Indeed, Aaron was to find his reward, says Shimon bar Yochai; for that heart which had leaped with joy over his younger brother's rise to glory greater than his was decorated with the Urim and Thummim, which were to "be upon Aaron's heart when he goeth in before the Lord". thou, the pillar of supplication of Israel! [62] He died on the first of Av. Moses successfully intervened, but then led the loyal Levites in executing many of the culprits; a plague afflicted those who were left (Exodus 32:25-35). The given name was exclusively Jewish in the Middle Ages, taken up by Gentiles in the 17th century, and popular among both at the end of the 20th century. Deriva dal nome ebraico אַהֲרֹן ('Aharon, Aharon)[2][3], dall'etimologia dubbia. The Kitab-I-Iqan describes Imran as being his father. [45] Their presumption was rebuffed by God who affirmed Moses' uniqueness as the one with whom the LORD spoke face to face. Aaron[note 1] (/ˈærən/ or /ˈɛərən/; Hebrew: .mw-parser-output .script-hebrew,.mw-parser-output .script-Hebr{font-family:"SBL Hebrew","SBL BibLit","Frank Ruehl CLM","Taamey Frank CLM","Ezra SIL","Ezra SIL SR","Keter Aram Tsova","Taamey Ashkenaz","Taamey David CLM","Keter YG","Shofar","David CLM","Hadasim CLM","Simple CLM","Nachlieli",Cardo,Alef,"Noto Serif Hebrew","Noto Sans Hebrew","David Libre",David,"Times New Roman",Gisha,Arial,FreeSerif,FreeSans}אַהֲרֹן‎ ’Ahărōn)[3] was a prophet, high priest, and the elder brother[4] of Moses in the Abrahamic religions. (See the "Aaron" category at Wikimedia Commons.) While Joshua went with Moses to the top, however, Aaron and Hur remained below to look after the people. [30] When the revelation was given to Moses at biblical Mount Sinai, he headed the elders of Israel who accompanied Moses on the way to the summit. When Moses was appointed ruler and Aaron high priest, neither betrayed any jealousy; instead they rejoiced in each other's greatness. [14][17] Aaron is also mentioned in the New Testament of the Bible. Exodus 28-29). [47][48], To emphasize the validity of the Levites' claim to the offerings and tithes of the Israelites, Moses collected a rod from the leaders of each tribe in Israel and laid the twelve rods overnight in the tent of meeting. 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Again, mercy was personified in Aaron, according to Deuteronomy 33:8, and truth in Moses, according to Numbers 12:7. When Moses returned from Mount Sinai, he rebuked Aaron for allowing the worship of the idol, to which Aaron pleaded with Moses to not blame him when he had no role in its construction (Quran 7: 150). Islamic tradition also accords Aaron the role of a patriarch, as tradition records that the priestly descent came through Aaron's lineage, which included the entire House of Amran. [23] Then he stretched out his rod in order to bring on the first three plagues. So return and represent me in my family and in thine. When Moses at first declined to go to Pharaoh, saying: "O my Lord, send, I pray, by the hand of him whom you will send" (Exodus 4:13), he was unwilling to deprive Aaron of the high position the latter had held for so many years; but the Lord reassured him, saying: "Behold, when he sees you, he will be glad in his heart" (Exodus 4:14). Harry Anderson's realistic portrayal is often reproduced in the literature of the Latter Day Saints. (Psalm 133:1). It further adds that Aaron's memory was left for people who came after him (Quran 37: 119) and he is blessed by God along with his brother (Quran 37: 120). And the anger of the LORD was kindled against Moses… [31] From here on in Exodus, Leviticus and Numbers, Joshua appears in the role of Moses' assistant while Aaron functions instead as the first high priest. [14][17] There is a significant amount of travel between these two points, as the itinerary in Numbers 33:31–37 records seven stages between Moseroth (Mosera) and Mount Hor. Aaron plays a leading role in several stories of conflicts during Israel's wilderness wanderings. The elder brother of Moses in the Book of the Exodus, and in the Quran.quotations ▼ 1.1. During the prolonged absence of Moses on Mount Sinai, the people provoked Aaron to make a golden calf. The Hebrew Bible relates that, unlike Moses, who grew up in the Egyptian royal court, Aaron and his elder sister Miriam remained with their kinsmen in the eastern border-land of Egypt (Goshen). The Torah generally depicts the siblings, Moses, Aaron, and Miriam, as the leaders of Israel after the Exodus, a view also reflected in the biblical Book of Micah. Aaron died on the summit of the mountain, and the people mourned for him thirty days (Numbers 20:22-29; compare 33:38-39). He is commemorated on July 1 in the modern Latin calendar and in the Syriac Calendar. ‘Ali, grieved at hearing this wicked taunt, told Muhammad what the local people were saying. In later books of the Hebrew Bible, Aaron and his kin are not mentioned very often except in literature dating to the Babylonian captivity and later. Miriam was punished with a skin disease (tzaraath) that turned her skin white. [note 4], The Gospel of Luke records that both Zechariah and Elizabeth and therefore their son John the Baptist were descendants of Aaron. AAron oppure Aron, è la forma inglese del nome maschile italiano 'Aronne'. Aaron SIGNIFICATO DEL NOME Aaron is a Muslim Boy name and it is an Arabic originated name with multiple meanings.

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