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A 100% persian blooded person, whos parents decided to give them a classic common American name, like "Ryan" or "Bob" So Americans don't get confused by a Persian name, or the parents altered the name to make it easier for Americans to pernounce (ex: Nedda instead of Neda) Yet silly Americans still manage to mispernounce the name. Like Saying "needa" or "neyda" instead of NEDDA.
Teacher: Is Dareyah here?
Daria: yes. Its pernounced DA-REE-AH
Teacher: oh ok....
Daria: *Thinks to herself * I'm having such a Nedda moment.
by PersianProblems November 11, 2011