What Does Laban Mean?


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Muddassar Memon Profile
Muddassar Memon answered
Laban basically is the Arabic expression for yoghurt. Yoghurt is a milk product obtained from the bacteria fermentation of milk. It can generally be produced from any milk, counting soy milk as well.

Though contemporary production is dominated by cow milk, the fermentation of milk sugar creates lactic acid.

Yoghurt is extensively sold in a fruit, vanilla, or chocolate flavour, but can also be unflavored. In Tatarstan and other nations of Central Asia it is famous as Katyk. There is proof of refined milk products being created as food for at least 4,500 years.

The initial yoghurts were said to be artlessly fermented by wild bacteria found on the goatskin bags which were carried by the Bulgars, who were nomadic people, who started travelling to Europe during the 2nd century and finally settled on the Balkans towards the end of the 7th century.
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Evelyn Vaz answered
The surname labahn or laban means white. It is Hebrew term. This word is seen as a first name in bible. It is also thought to be an old roman family name of unknown origin. It is pronounced as lay-ban. It is very rarely used as a first name in the modern times but is a very common surname. Lavan is a variant of laban or labahn.

The person with this person in bible was the brother of Rebekah and father of Leah and Rachel. He is mentioned in the Book of Mormon and was believed to be a resident of Jerusalem with a lot of wealth and servants. He is closely associated with the Passover and a sword named Laban's sword. It was passed on to kings, prophets and warriors in the future ages. Thus it is a very ancient name and a common surname.

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