The official language of Lebanon is Lebanese, also called Lebanese Arabic, and is indigenous to and primarily spoken in Lebanon. Lebanese has borrowed words from many Middle Eastern and European languages, making it unique among other Arabic languages. Because Lebanon is naturally multicultural and Lebanese people multilingual, it’s not uncommon to hear Lebanese people mix French, English and other languages into their daily Arabic. Lebanese also has a few regional dialects as well that remain mostly mutually intelligible with each other. Search Baby Name World’s growing archive of Lebanese and Arabic baby names and name meanings.