About us

March 19th, 2014

The Lebanese Language Institute (LLI) is a non-profit organization that is  committed  to develop, maintain and supervise the resources for teaching, learning, studying, and promoting the Lebanese language and literature, including the development and recording of its script, grammar, dictionary, history, and all literary aspects.

We have been working for the past thirteen years to develop the means of preserving the Lebanese language and passing it to the millions who want to learn it around the world. LLI is based in the USA, and serves as a global center for the Lebanese Language resources.

LLI Officers

Board of Trustees

Chairman: Antoine Faddoul

Secretary: Hicham Bourjaili

Treasurer: Joseph Khoury


Contact us:


Facebook Group:

Lebanese Language – ḣatta niktob w ni`ra Libnene

Support Us

There are many ways to support the Lebanese Language Institute:

  • Contribute in Projects: You can contribute to the many projects that will soon be available online, and will continue to develop and expand as we grow. For example, you could be part of populating the Lebanese Dictionary, a project that is scheduled to launch Fall of 2014. This project will have many applications, such as an Microsoft application integration for spell check, as well as being a searchable dictionary online. Check the projects page for any open status projects, and let us know.
  • Support the LLL system by putting a link on your site, your blog, or your forum. This is a suggestion on how you can do so:

This blog proudly uses the system.

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<div>This blog proudly uses the <a href=”http://www.lebaneselanguage.org/lebanese-latin-letters”><img class=”alignnone” title=”Lebanese Latin Lettes” src=”http://www.lebaneselanguage.org/wp-content/uploads/2008/02/lll25.jpg” alt=”” width=”25″ height=”25″ /></a> system.</div>

  • Download the Keyboard, and use the LLL system as your standard method of typing in Lebanese.
  • Donate to the LLI.  Soon, we will open the donations section for monetary support.


Instituto del Lenguaje Libanes

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