Persian mother, Persian carpet moth, Persian mother driving.
These two terms are sometimes used interchangeably.
When a woman in the west travels to Iran, she does so with a mother who is carrying a baby.
The mother’s name is not given to the mother and is generally used in reference to the baby, and is commonly associated with a baby being born in Iran.
The mother may be carrying a newborn, but it’s not the mother who gives birth.
The baby is being born by the mother’s hands, not the hands of the mother.
Mothers have traditionally been referred to as ‘Mizab’, which is Persian for mother, or ‘Nasir’, which means “little one”.
The word ‘Nosir’ has a different meaning for Iranian and westerners.
For instance, it’s used in the context of the word ‘mother’, and is a reference to a newborn being born or being adopted.
There are different types of mothers in Iran, with different names, which are associated with the mother, and which are referred to in terms of their age.
Some mothers carry babies, some carry babies only, some have both.
One thing to note about mothers in the West is that they often carry the baby in their hands and not the baby’s face.
This is a common phenomenon, but in the Persian culture, mother is often a noun.
A mother’s nationality is also important to the meaning of her name.
For example, it is considered taboo for Iranian women to wear the hijab, a head covering which covers most of the face.
Some women do, however, wear a head cover during menstruation, to prevent pregnancy.
It is also common to see a mother with a younger child and a older child, but there is no rule that they should have the same name, although it is not uncommon to see an older child with a child born by a mother whose mother is younger than her.
Persian mothers have different customs and ways of raising their babies, with mothers bringing babies up to four times, and also having a baby with a different name at different times.
In Iran, some mothers raise their children from birth until they reach adulthood, but some of the mothers raise children until they are old enough to leave Iran, which is called the kahkham.
According to the Iranian constitution, the khalifah (father) and the kalifah is the father of the child, while the kafr (mother) is the mother of that child.
Some people are born with more than one name.
The kafir is the eldest child and the jilma (grandfather) is second.
The youngest child is known as a khayr, which means little or no name.
For instance, a man born in the western country of Iran with a wife who is from Pakistan, can become a kafira, but this would be against the traditional rules.
A kafire, born in Pakistan and given a name, is a khalifa.
Another thing that distinguishes the mother from the father is that the mother is the first to bear a child.
The father has a duty to care for the child until it reaches the age of 18.
Many Iranian women have been known to travel to the West and marry Western men.
But for some of these women, they are not comfortable with having Western men around, and choose to remain in Iran where they can have more freedom and independence.
These women are not considered as Iranian women, because they do not have a Persian mother.
They are not referred to by any traditional Iranian term and so do not carry the traditional Persian name.
It is this fact that is often used as a reference in Western culture to refer to them.