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kashmiri 01-14-2006 08:13 PM

United Arab Emirates and The Gulf States
 
Is there any detailed "trees" of the Royal families of Dubai available on the web? The repetition of names (common in many other countries) makes it difficult to follow.

As a newbie, what does Bin mean? Also does the name such as Al Nahyan refer to a particular family group with names such as Hamdan, Rashid being the first names of individuals?

KatieLouise 01-14-2006 09:17 PM

Hi, kashmiri! I'm not sure about family trees - I haven't seen any very detailed ones...
but "bin" means "son of" - i.e Khalifa bin Zayed means Khalifa son of Zayed. Khalifa is the individual's name and he is the son of Zayed. The feminine version of this is "bint" meaning "daughter of". Al Nahayan is a family name just like Al Maktoum, Al Thani, etc. Hope that helps! :-)

Warren 01-15-2006 12:05 AM

This may help, the Shaikhdoms and Ruling Families of the United Arab Emirates:

Abu Dhabi: Al Nahyan
Ajman: Al Nuaimi
Dubai: Al Maktoum
Fujairah: Al Sharqi
Ras Al-Khaimah: Al Qassimi (a junior branch of the ruling family of Sharjah)
Sharjah: Al Qassimi
Umn Al-Quwain: Al Mu'alla

source: www.uae.org.ae

Passion 01-16-2006 03:07 AM

Hi there,

Regarding detailed family trees of the royal family in Dubai, there are a very few available which i found on the web in arabic , however they are not up to date and they only have the names of male members of the Al Maktoum Family .

If you still wish to have a look at it i can traslate it into English and slightly update it

kashmiri 01-16-2006 03:57 AM

Passion, Thanks for your response. I am interested in the Al Nayhan family, so I will gracefully decline your kind offer to translate the Al Maktoum tree.
Kashmiri

HKM 01-12-2007 04:19 PM

Al Nahyan Family Tree
 
Kashmiri,
The following is the family tree of alnahyan family:(It might not be up-dated but, sorry this is what i could remember) :)

Sultan Al Nahyan(1922-1926)
- Hazaa Bin Sultan
- Khalid Bin Sultan
- Shakhbout Bin Sultan (1928-1966)
- Zayed Bin Sultan (1966-2004)
(Khalifa Bin Zayed)
-- Sultan Bin Khalifa (Mohamed + Zayed)
-- Mohamed Bin Khalifa (Zayed + Hamdan)
(Sultan Bin Zayed)
-- Hazaa Bin Sultan
-- Khalid Bin Sultan
(Mohammed Bin Zayed)
-- Khalid Bin Mohamed
-- Dhiab Bin Mohamed
-- Hamdan Bin Mohamed
-- Zayed Bin Mohamed
(Hamdan Bin Zayed)
-- Sultan Bin Hamdan
-- Mohamed Bin Hamdan
-- Zayed Bin Hamdan
-- Hazaa Bin Hamdan
-- Yas Bin Hamdan
(Hazaa Bin Zayed)
-- Zayed Bin Hazaa
-- Mohamed Bin Hazaa
(Saeed Bin Zayed)
-- Zayed Bin Saeed
-- Hamdan Bin Saeed
(Eisa Bin Zayed)
-- Dhiab Bin Eisa
-- Hamdan Bin Eisa
(Nahyan Bin Zayed)
(Saif Bin Zayed)
(Naser Bin Zayed)
(Ahmed Bin Zayed)
(Tahnoun Bin Zayed)
(Mansour Bin Zayed)
-- Zayed Bin Mansour
(Falah Bin Zayed)
(Hamed Bin Zayed)
(Dhiab Bin Zayed)
(Omar Bin Zayed)
(Abdallah Bin Zayed)
(Khalid Bin Zayed)

Al Hameli 01-20-2007 09:47 AM

(Hamdan Bin Zayed)
Now has a Little Rashid ^_^

dazzling 01-20-2007 03:54 PM

sheikh abdullah has a son, Mohammed
sheikh nahyan has a son, Zayed

Saudiprincipessa 02-28-2007 01:47 PM

what about us girls...?
 
I know the most important part of the family in the arab world is the males..
but what about the females?
Shaikh Zayed ( allah yerhamo) had daughters also..
can anyone tell me who they are?
i think he has one names alyazya if im not mistaken... am i correct?

Warren 06-04-2007 02:41 AM

Dubai - Al Maktoum dynasty
 
Here is a family tree of the Al Maktoum ruling family of Dubai.
It doesn't show the current generation of young Sheikhs, but gives a broad view of the extended family: Al Maktoum
.

Warren 12-31-2007 04:40 AM

Courtesy of Wikipedia, here is a list of the rulers of the various Emirates, dating back to the 1700s.


Commander-in-Chief 03-05-2008 01:54 PM

If anyone is interested here is a link that shows more about the ruling Al-Khalifa dynasty in Bahrain:


- Bahrain

Menarue 10-10-2008 11:48 AM

Can anyone please tell me exactly what Emir means? Does it have any genealogical significance?

dazzling 10-11-2008 06:37 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Menarue (Post 835437)
Can anyone please tell me exactly what Emir means? Does it have any genealogical significance?

title of governors or rulers, usually in smaller states. Ex, Qatar's ruler is called Emir of Qatar rather than President of Qatar.

More info can be found here

Menarue 10-11-2008 06:45 AM

Wonderful Dazzling that set me straight. I hadnīt thought of looking it up in Wiki and there was some fascinating facts. I was really wondering about this because there was the son of an Emir of Granada who after the fall/conquest of Granada was given the title of Infante of Granada and this intrigued me.

tancarville 04-15-2009 05:45 AM

Ruling Family of Ajman - Al Nuaimi
 
Libro d'Oro di Melita

Though it does need more improvements..

tancarville 04-15-2009 05:46 AM

Ruling Family of Umm al-Qawain - Al Mu'alla
 
Libro d'Oro di Melita

It does need improvements though.

tancarville 04-15-2009 05:47 AM

Ruling Family of Fujairah - Al Sharqi
 
Libro d'Oro di Melita

does need further improvements.

tancarville 04-15-2009 05:48 AM

Ruling Family of Sharjah - Al Qasimi
 
Libro d'Oro di Melita

The family tree, still needs improvements.

tancarville 04-15-2009 05:49 AM

Ruling Family of Ras Al-Khaimah - Al Qasimi
 
Libro d'Oro di Melita

Family tree, though it needs further improvements.


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