Other examples of ethnic and religious groups that practice endogamy include:
- Assyrians, indigenous Christian people of northern Mesopotamia
- Dailamites, an ethnic group living in south of Caspian Sea in ancient and medieval Persia
- Druze of the Levant.
- Iranian Turkmens
- Jews of Mashhad, Iran
- Judaism traditionally mandates religious endogamy, requiring that both marriage partners be Jewish, while allowing for marriage to converts. Orthodox Judaism maintains the traditional requirement for endogamy in Judaism as a binding, inherent part of Judaism's religious beliefs and traditions, while the more liberal Jewish religious movements are far more permissive with regard to interfaith marriage and conversion requirements.
- Yazidis, an ethnically Kurdish religious community or an ethno-religious group indigenous to northern Mesopotamia