Aldrin Meaning and Origin

Aldrin is a boy’s name of English from Scandinavian origin, meaning “old and wise ruler.” It is derived from the Old Norse name “Áleifr,” which means “ancestor’s descendant” or “noble leader.” The name has Norwegian and Swedish roots, and it is relatively common in those regions. The name Aldrin is commonly associated with Buzz Aldrin, an American astronaut who was part of the historic Apollo 11 mission in 1969. Buzz Aldrin, whose birth name is Edwin Eugene Aldrin Jr., was the second person to walk on the moon, following Neil Armstrong. 

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