The baby name Aitan is a unisex name, 2 syllables long and is pronounced "AY-tahn".
Aitan is Hebrew in Origin.
Aitan is a Hebrew name that means "firm, strong, resolute." It is a unisex name, meaning it can be given to both boys and girls. The name has been used in Hebrew culture for centuries and is still popular today. It is often given to children who are seen as strong and determined.
The pronunciation of Aitan is "eye-tan" or "ay-tan." The name is made up of two Hebrew words: "ayit," which means "hawk," and "an," which means "to be strong." The combination of these two words creates a name that is both powerful and meaningful.
The origin of the name Aitan can be traced back to the Hebrew Bible. In the book of Judges, Aitan is a warrior who helps the Israelites defeat their enemies. The name has since become a popular choice for parents looking for a strong and meaningful name for their child. It is also a popular surname in Israel and other parts of the world.