\\ˈarəˌnīt, ˈer-, ˈaar-, ˈār-\ noun (-s)
Usage: usually capitalized
: a priestly descendant of Aaron

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Aaronitic /air'euh nit"ik, ar'-/, adj.
/air"euh nuyt', ar"-/, n.
one of the priestly descendants of Aaron.

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