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1. Lebanon.

The Lebanese livre is the French name for the Lebanese pound (LBP).

2. Historical.

The livre was a unit of French currency, originally equal in value to a pound weight (livre) of silver.

The name derives from the Latin libra, meaning a pound weight.

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