Tawheta was a chosen name.
I am guessing the E in the last syllable of her name was not I, because her name was Arabic and not Spanish.
The Aw sound in the first syllable was more Aw of the black fish caught off the coast of Virginia, than Ow as in owl.
But her pronunciation from the central midwest, was both Aw and Ow.
I had to be careful.
People love their names.
Even when they hate their names, they love their names.
Our conversation was good.
My ride was free.