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Saliba (also spelled Saleeby, Saleeba or Salibi) is a predominantly Christian family name used in Levant. The family name is derived from the Syriac ܨܠܝܒܐ ṣalībā, which cognates with saleeb an Arabic word for cross, a reference to the crucifixion of Jesus Christ.
- Adam Saliba - former Australian rules footballer
- it:Antonio di Saliba - Italian painter of the 15th and 16th centuries
- George Saliba – professor of Arabic and Islamic science of the Department of Middle East and Asian Languages and Cultures at Columbia University
- Gaby Saliba - Lebanese fashion designer
- Joe Saliba – general secretary of the Nationalist Party in Malta
- John A. Saliba - Jesuit priest and professor of religious studies at the University of Detroit Mercy
- Marianne Frances Saliba (by marriage) – Australian politician and Member of Parliament
- Naseeb Saliba – co-founder of the Tutor-Saliba Corporation, one of the largest civil construction companies in the United States
- Nicky Saliba - former professional football player in Malta
- fr:Pietro de Saliba - Italian Renaissance painter
- Philip Saliba – Antiochian Eastern-Orthodox Archbishop of New York and Metropolitan of North America
- Kamal Salibi – director of the Royal Institute for Inter-Faith Studies and emeritus professor at the Department of History and Archaeology at the American University of Beirut in Lebanon
- Maurice Salibi, Syrian communist politician
- Saleeby-Saliba Association of Families. Retrieved July 9, 2007.
- Charles A. Gauci. An Illustrated Collection of the Coats of Arms of Maltese Families Stemmi Maltesi Publishers Enterprises Group (PEG) Ltd, Malta 1989.