Karami (Arabic كرامي) is an Arabic-based Lebanese surname, particularly that of a famous Lebanese Sunni Muslim political family. It is often francicised in the media as Karamé. It is to be differentiated from the Classical Arabic term Karamah (Arabic كرامة) and its colloquial form, Karameh.
Karami is also a common Persian language surname (Persian کرمی)
Karami may refer to:
Lebanese political familyEdit
- Also commonly written as francicized Karamé
- Based on the Persian surname کرمی
- Karami language, an extinct and unclassified Papuan language, perhaps a language isolate, of Papua New Guinea.
- Rashid Karami Stadium, a Lebanese stadium named after prime minister Rashid Karami
- Ali Karami-ye Olya, also known as ‘Alī Karamī, a village in Chenar Rural District, Kabgian District, Dana County, Kohgiluyeh and Boyer-Ahmad Province, Iran
- Chah-e Naser Karami, a village in Karkevand Rural District, in the Central District of Mobarakeh County, Isfahan Province, Iran
- Karreh Karami, a village in Tut-e Nadeh Rural District, in the Central District of Dana County, Kohgiluyeh and Boyer-Ahmad Province, Iran
- Mazraeh-ye Shahbaz Karami, a village in Horgan Rural District, in the Central District of Neyriz County, Fars Province, Iran