I don't know who created the persian bird but I know where the definition came from: And among the teachings of His Holiness Bahá'u'lláh is the equality of women and men. The world of humanity has two wings -- 30 one is woman and the other man. Not until both wings are equally developed can the bird fly. Should one wing remain weak, flight is impossible. Not until the world of woman becomes equal to the world of man in the acquisition of virtues and perfections, can success and prosperity be attained as they ought to be. (Abdu'l-Baha, Foundations of World Unity, p. 29)
Both Abdu'l-Baha and his father Baha'u'llah were born in Persia.
Our Tom Tom must have been using one of those mountweazels when it dragged us through the woods for miles on an unpaved road in the Laurel Mountains last weekend. I'll refer to those harrowing hours forevermore as Mountweazel's Revenge.
a fake word or name invented by reference-book editors to trap plagiarists. It comes from Lillian Virginia Mountweazel, whose (fake) entry in an edition of the New Columbia Encyclopedia was a triumph of the form. (“Mountweazel�? died in an explosion while on assignment for Combustibles magazine.)