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Aaron(中文版)



Picture description:
Moses and Aaron before Pharaoh by Benjamin West
Picture copyright:BJU Museum and Gallery
Appeared In:
Exodus 4:14
Gender:
Male
Pronunciation:
AR-ən (English), ER-ən (English)
Meaning:
It came from the Hebrew word "Aharon" which carries the meanings of "mountain" or "exalted".  In the Old Testament, Aaron was the elder brother of and a spokesman for Moses. He carried a staff which was miraculously turned into a snake in front of Pharaoh, and later became the first high priest of the Israelites after leading them out of Egypt together with Moses.
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Aaron   Pharoah   Elisheba   snake   Moses  
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