Nahr

Nahr may refer to:

  • Al-Nahr, a Palestinian village
  • Non allelic homologous recombination
  • The Arabic term for river, channel (نهر):

Other articles related to "nahr":

Nahr Al-Kalb - Historical Significance
... Nahr al-Kalb is the ancient Lycus River ... BC treaty, concluded by Ramses II, set the Nahr al-Kalb as the border between Egypt and the possessions of the Hittites ...
Mazraat En Nahr - General Information
... Mazraat En Nahr is a small but beautiful village in Zgharta, Lebanon which is situated in-between two major villages Tourza and Sereel ... The name Mazraat Al Nahr is a Lebanese word meaning “Planting by the river” because of the beautiful Agriculture that consist of potatoes, onions, fruits and ... The people of Mazraat En Nahr on the other hand make up a population of about of about 378 people but not official census has been taken lately ...
Munirih Khánum - Childhood and Early Years
... Munírih Khánum was born Fáṭimih Nahrí, the eldest child of Muhammad `Alí Nahrí and his wife, Zahrá of Isfahán in Isfahan ... The Nahrí family were a prominent family in the city, and her family were one of the first Bábís of Isfahan who later became eminent Bahá'ís of Persia ...
Mazraat En Nahr
... Mazraat En Nahr also spelt Mazret Al Nahr, Mazraat El Nahr or Mazraat Al Nahr Arabic مزرعة النهر‎ is a village located on the border line of the Zgharta District and the ... The Lebanese hailing from Mazraat En Nahr number 20,000 worldwide ...
Nahr Al-Bared
... Nahr al-Bared (Arabic نهر البارد‎, literally Cold River) is a Palestinian refugee camp in northern Lebanon, 16 km from the city of Tripoli ... The camp was established outside any major Lebanese towns or settlements, which left Nahr al-Bared more isolated from the Lebanese society than many of the other camps in Lebanon ... to its position on the main road to Syria and its proximity to the Syrian border, Nahr al-Bared grew to be a central commercial hub for the local Lebanese of the Akkar region ...