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Faysal or Faisal means in Arabic: sword. It is different from Faizel.
alobeid  1/2/2006
Also spelled, Faisal; King Faisal, the king of Saudi Arabia from 1964 to 1975.
leananshae  12/17/2007
Pronounced FI-s'l, not FI-z'l as many anglophones are want to do.
leananshae  12/17/2007
The name originally means that which divides, most commonly referring to that which devides between right and wrong, thus, it has been become another word for sword. Also, "arbiter" is a better description for it than "judge". [noted -ed]
faiz  1/2/2008
Faisal or Faysal comes from the Arabic word Fa'Sa'La. Which means broke apart, or separated in it's root form. Faisal, is a noun meaning the person who breaks apart or separates matters in a decisive fashion. The Arabs used to use the word Faisal as a name for the sword (because it is used to separate right from wrong, or good from evil). In the same respect it may also mean the judge whom separates good from evil.
― Anonymous User  5/16/2010
Faisal I (Faisal Bin Hussain Bil Ali) First King of Modern Iraq in 1921.

Faisal II (Faisal Bin Ghazi Bin Faisal) Third King of Modern day Iraq in 1939.
― Anonymous User  5/16/2010

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