| Er•row•dha |
A residential area within Al-Asema Governorate, name was originated from Al-Rawdh which means meadow used for grazing animals, esp. cattle or sheep. - continue reading ....
 
| Al•Ja•bri•ya |
Al-Jabriya is a residential area within Hawalli Governorate.Area was part of Hawalli area and later it was named after Sheikh Ahmad Al-Jaber the 10th ruler of the Al-Sabah dynasty of Kuwait.
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| Erif•jan |
Arifjan is a desert area within Al-Ahmadi Governorate, Arifjan is short form of Arfaj where area was named after Arfaj plant "Rhanterium Epapposum" which was commonly found in the area. - continue reading ....
 
| Khei•tan |
Kheitan is a residential area within Farwaneya Governorate, which was agriculturally based inhabited by farmers who used to grow wheat and barely. First farmer lived there was Kheitan from Al-Otaib - continue reading ....
 
| Abu Helai•fa |
Abu Halifa is a residential area within the Al-Ahmadi Governorate, area was named after Helfa plant "Imperata cylindrica" which was commonly found in the area, Heileifa is short for Helfa. - continue reading ....
 
| Fin•tas |
Wooden tank to store water.Fintas area: a residential area within Al-Ahmadi Governorate, the area had a water well where people used to store water in a big wooden tank inorder to move it to the sh - continue reading ....
 
| Al•sha•miya |
A residential area within Al-Asema Governorate, the area had a well with water so fresh, that it was likened to water from the west of middle east, or because merchants used to gather there to drin - continue reading ....
 
| Al•Khal•deya |
Residential area within Al-Asema Governorate. Khaldeya was named after the first person who lived in the area Shaikh Khaled Al-Abdullah Al-Salem Al-Sabah. - continue reading ....
 
| Khei•ran |
A costal area within Al-Ahmadi Governorate. Kheiran is plural of Khor. Kheiran area consist of a number of khors: Almofatah, al-amay, abu askandar, and alnahem. - continue reading ....
 
| Kei•Fan |
A residential area within Al-Asema Governorate. was popular for it's pure water well, and whoever drinks from the well will be pleased with it's good taste. - continue reading ....