Nahiya or Nahia ( _ar. ناحية, ArTranslit|Nāḥiyah; pl. "Nawahi", Arabic: نواحي, translit: Nāwaḥy) is a term for an administrative unit used in Syria, Jordan, and Iraq. It is a second-level country subdivision. It contains a number of villages and sometimes a small town, and it constitutes a part of a qadaa or mintaqah (district). "Nahiya" can be translated as "subdistrict".

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