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Origin: Kazakhstan
Region Origin: Central Asia

The name Aidan has its origins in Irish mythology and Gaelic roots. It is derived from the name Aodhán, which is a pet form of Aodh, and means "fiery" or "bringer of fire". Aidan can also be translated as "little fire" or "born of fire". The name has been used for centuries, with its popularity dating back to the 7th century in Ireland after the famous Irish monk Aidan. It has been revived in the early 19th century and has become popular in several Celtic countries, such as Ireland, Wales, and Scotland. Aidan is a predominantly male name, although there have been instances where it has been used for girls. The name has several different meanings, such as "the fiery one," "little fire," "born of fire," "bringer of fire," "intelligent," and "help". It is pronounced as "EY-din". The name Aidan has been used in various forms of media, including television shows and series, which has contributed to its popularity in modern times.

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