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donald trump's son is the first thing that comes to mind.
the title is the second.
It's cool only if your last name is Von ______. That'd rock.
"Hi, I'm Baron Von Gunterspiel"
I'm undecided. I think it is kind of cute, but besides the title, it is just associated with too many companies/services if that makes sense.
Baron Motorcylce Parts, Baron Services, Baron Brewing Company, Baron Funds, etc, etc.
1. Donald Trump's son
HappyMrsK:I think this is what Donald Trump named his last son. It's nms.
I have a hard time imagining people actually pronouncing it like Aaron. Baron is already a word, and it is not pronounced like Aaron.
Aaron = Air-uhn
Baron = Bahr-uhn
My husband's cousin has a little boy named Bearon.
I think it is okay. NMS but nothing terrible.
If you're pronouncing Aaron like "Air-un" you are clearly not from the northeast! haha. I think Aaron and Baron sound alike, but I'm from NY. :)
I like it, but it does make me think of the Donald.
the spelling barron seems to be popular among celebrities [donald trump's son and paris hilton's brother are both barron and i think i've heard of other celebrity kids with that name].
i grew up with one and have a good association with the name, though i can see how some might not like it. i definitely like it much more than aaron, but i hate that name.
for some reason, i prefer the spelling with 2 Rs, probably just because i've seen it more.
I knew a guy named Baron when I was younger. He ended up badly but I can't attribute that to his name.
It is definitely not common.
It's a title of nobility. It's weird.
Like naming your child Lord or Emperor or Prince. NMS