- The given approximated Arabic name (فراشة الورد) translates to Rose "Farāsha".
- In the Arabic dub, Fairies are referred to as (فَراش farāš)
- The word comes from the root f-r-š (فرش) meaning "to spread". Historically, the word farāš was used to refer to any small creatures that fluttered their wings, especially moths, fireflies and butterflies. In modern usage, it refers especially to butterflies. Fairies are also small creatures that flutter their wings, hence the term would fit. However, a direct modern translation would render farāša as "butterfly".
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