Aragon Name Meaning

Spanish (Aragón) and French: regional name from Aragon, an independent kingdom from 1035 to 1479, which took its name from the river Aragón that arises in its northwestern corner. The river name is of obscure origin; it may be related to Basque (h)ara(n) ‘valley’. In Basque, Aragon is called Aragoa or Aragoi, which may mean ‘high valley’. See also Dragon, Deragon.

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List of People with Surname Aragon

As far as we found, there are a total of 20,391 people with the surname Aragon. Among these people surnamed Aragon, there are around 1,205 different names, with an average of 16 people sharing the same name. Jose Aragon, Michael Aragon and John Aragon are the top three most common names from the list of people surnamed Aragon, with 416, 201 and 189 people respectively.

Furthermore, Our research has shown that California has the greatest number of people surnamed Aragon, with a total of 5,695 people, and there are a total of 984 different names among these people. New Mexico is the second-most populous state for people with the surname Aragon, with a total of 3,618 people and an average of 788 different names.