• Razol, her name could derive from the word "lapis lazuli", the deep blue semi-precious stone?

    Lapis lazuli : Latin lapis lazuli, lapis ("stone") and lazuli ("Azure") genitive medieval Latin lazulum ("lapis lazuli"), borrowing from Arabic * lāzūrd popular of classical Arabic لازورد, lāzaward, lāzuward borrowing lāžward Persian which resulted in azure.

    (the letters "R" and "L" in Japanese are pronounced more or less similar in japanese)

    Others Fanalis have a name of precious stone, Morgiana = coral, Yaqut = ruby ...

    PS : sorry for my english, this is not my language.

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