Bar-Ilan ("son of the trees") is a family name using Jewish-Aramaic patronymics, in this case poetically related to Israeli landscape. Bar-, meaning "son of" in the Aramaic language, is equivalent to the word Ben (in Hebrew: בֶּן, son of).
People with the surname Bar-Ilan:
- Meir Bar-Ilan (1880–1949), Orthodox rabbi and leader of Religious Zionism after whom the University, the Jerusalem street, and his grandson are named
Bar-Ilan may also refer to:
- Bar-Ilan, a university in Ramat-Gan, Israel
- Bar Ilan Responsa Project of the Bar-Ilan University
- Bar-Ilan Street, a street in Jerusalem, whose opening on the Sabbath is one of the symbols of the conflict between orthodox and secular Israeli Jews
- Bar-Ilan Speech, a June 2009 peace address by Benjamin Netanyahu, at Begin–Sadat Center for Strategic Studies within Bar-Ilan University, on the topic of the Middle East peace process
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