- Alternate names: Lebanese-Syrian Arabic, Levantine Arabic, North Levantine Arabic, Syro-Lebanese Arabic; Also, in Lebanon: Lebanese-Syrian Arabic, Levantine Arabic, Syro-Lebanese Arabic; in Mali: Lebanese
- Dialects: Beqaa Arabic, Druze Arabic, Iqlim-Al-Kharrub Sunni Arabic, Jdaideh Arabic, Metuali, Mount Lebanon Arabic, North Lebanese Arabic, North-Central Lebanese Arabic, Saida Sunni Arabic, Shii, South Lebanese Arabic, South-Central Lebanese Arabic, Standard Lebanese Arabic, Sunni Beiruti Arabic
- Scriptures published:
- Literacy: No information available.
Second Language: No information available.
- Primary country: Syrian Arab Republic
- Region: Western Syria, Mediterranean coast; widespread
- Also used in: Antigua and Barbuda, Argentina, Brazil, Cyprus, Dominican Republic, Egypt, French Guiana, Israel, Jamaica, Lebanon, Libyan Arab Jamahiriya, Mali, Qatar, Suriname, Trinidad and Tobago, Turkey
- Religion: Druze, Jewish, Muslim, Christian
- Status: De facto national working language in Lebanon; De facto national working language in Syria
- Number of users: 25,871,950 (8,800,000; 3,900,000; 550)
- Vitality: Wider Communication
(data from Ethnologue and other sources)