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Alawi (Arabic: علوي), also transliterated as Alewi, Alevi, Alavi, Alawid, or Alawite (French: Alaouite), is an adjective denoting "of or related to Ali", the Prophet Muhammad's cousin. As a proper noun it is used by individuals, dynasties, places, and religious sects and organizations who identify as being either descendants or followers of Ali. It may refer to:
- Alawi (sheikhdom), a historic principality in Yemen
- Alawite State, a French mandate territory in the coastal area of present-day Syria
- Alavi, Iran (disambiguation), places in Iran
- Alaouite dynasty, the current royal family of Morocco since the 17th century
- Alavids, the Zaydi Alid dynasty of Tabaristan in northern Iran during the 9th and 10th centuries
- Ba 'Alawi sada, a family and social group in Yemen and descendants of Imam Ahmad al-Muhajir through Alawi bin Ubaydillah
- Descendants of Caliph Ali ibn Abi Taleb from his children Hassan, Hussein, or Muhammed bin Al-Hanafiah.
- Alawites, a Shia minority sect in Syria, also known as Nusayris
- Aleviler in Turkey
- Alavi Bohra, an Tayyibi-Isma'ili Shia minority sect in India and Pakistan
- Ba 'Alawiyya, a Sunni Sufi order in Yemen, also known as Tariqa Alawiyya
- Hawaiʻi creeper, also known as ʻalawī
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