Tuesday, April 13th, 2021 |العربية
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Lebanese Families

In the fifth part of the series on the family names denoting Lebanese towns, The Monthly sheds light on the following families:

In the sixth part of its examination of the family names denoting Lebanese towns and villages, The Monthly underlines the following families:

The following is the seventh part of The Monthly’s series on the family names denoting Lebanese towns.

In the eighth part of the series dedicated to the families named after Lebanese towns, The Monthly continues to track these families, which carried different names initially but were given later the names of the towns into which they moved. Some of them maintained their sectarian affiliation, while...

In the fourteenth part of the series exploring the families named after Lebanese towns, The Monthly continues to track these families, which carried different names initially but were given later the names of the towns into which they moved. Some of them maintained their sectarian affiliation,...

Many Lebanese families are named after colors. Some are limited to certain regions and sects, while others extend to multiple ones.

In the ninth part of the series dedicated to the families named after Lebanese towns, The Monthly continues to track these families, which carried different names initially but were given later the names of the towns into which they moved. Some of them maintained their sectarian affiliation, while...

In the twelfth part of the series exploring the families named after Lebanese towns, The Monthly continues to track down these families, which initially carried different names but were later given the names of the towns into which they had moved.

In the tenth part of the series exploring the families named after Lebanese towns, The Monthly continues to track these families, which initially had different names but were later given the names of the towns into which they moved. Some of the families maintained their sectarian affiliation, while...

Numerous families in Lebanon are named after towns. These families carried different names initially but were given later the names of the towns into which they moved. Some of them maintained their sectarian affiliation, while others converted into the mainstream sects of the region where they...