Charbel, sometimes spelled Sharbel, a Christian name. The origin of the name is Aramaic, being a combination of 'Charbo' and 'Eil', meaning God's good news. It is most common among ethnic Assyrians, Maronites, Syriac-Arameans of the Near East.
Charbel or Sharbel may refer to:
Related Places and institutions
- Maronite Catholic Eparchy of San Charbel in Buenos Aires, named after St. Charbel Makhlouf (see above)
- various churches and chapels
- The Acts of Sharbel, Syriac Christian martyrdom account about a pagan high priest who converted to Christianity in Edessa during the fifteenth year of Trajan's reign, but is dated by biblical academics to the 5th century AD
- Charbel Dagher, Lebanese literature professor, poet and journalist
- Charbel Farhat, Lebanese-American engineering professor
- Charbel Georges, Swedish footballer
- Charbel Georges Merhi (born 1937), an eparch of the Maronite Catholic Eparchy of San Charbel in Buenos Aires
- Charbel Iskandar, Lebanese actor
- Charbel Nader, Australian investment banker
- Charbel Nahas, Lebanese politician and minister
- Charbel Rouhana, Lebanese oud player
- Sharbel Touma, Lebanon-born Swedish footballer
- Marwan Charbel (born 1947), Lebanese brigadier general and minister
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