Lebanese may refer to:

  • Lebanese people - persons from Lebanon, or of Lebanese descent. For more information, see Demographics of Lebanon and Culture of Lebanon. For specific persons, see List of Lebanese people.
  • Lebanese Arabic, the colloquial form of Arabic spoken in Lebanon. See also Languages of Lebanon.
  • Lebanese cuisine
  • Something of, from, or related to Lebanon, a country in Western Asia, on the eastern shore of the Mediterranean Sea.

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Fouad Shehab Command And Staff College
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Lebanese Christian Nationalism: The Rise And Fall Of An Ethnic Resistance
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Rola Bahnam
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Cinema Of Lebanon - Festivals
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