Imron is a common Uzbek name that is derived from the Arabic word “Imran,” which means “long-lived” or “longevity.” It is a name that signifies strength, power, and longevity. Imron is also seen as a symbol of hope and good luck. In Uzbek culture, Imron is often used as a name for boys, and it is believed to bring good fortune to the bearer. It is also believed to be an auspicious name, as it is associated with long life, success, and prosperity. Imron is a name that is often given to the first-born son in Uzbek families, as it is believed to bring good luck and prosperity to the family.