1. A witty and infectious saying, quote, mannerism as mastered by Aaron. Originally used to describe the mannerisms and colloquial language of Aaron the brother of moses. Also sometimes called Aaron the Levite (אהרֹן הלוי) (Exodus 6:16-20)2 who represented the priestly functions of his tribe, becoming the first High Priest of the Israelites. In modern history the term is more readily used to describe the poorly imitated mannerisms, language, and humor of Aaron of Surry.
"Linzie was that an Aaronism, or did you just copy it off someone else?"