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Origin: Kazakhstan
Region Origin: Central Asia

The name Aiden has its roots in Irish mythology and is derived from the Gaelic word "Aodh," which is the name of the Celtic god of sun and fire. Aiden is an Anglicized version of the Celtic boy name Aodhan, and it is more commonly used in Ireland and Scotland. The name has several meanings, such as "little fire," "born of fire," "bringer of fire," "intelligent," and "help". Aiden is a modern version of the traditional Irish name Aodhán, which also means "little fire". The name is gender-neutral, although it is more commonly used as a boy's name. In terms of popularity, Aiden was originally known only in the UK but has since become the 24th most popular boy's name in 2021. Some variations of Aiden include Aadyn, Áedán, Aidyn, Aodhnai, Ayden, and Aydin.

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