Definition of Pronoun. Meaning of Pronoun. Synonyms of Pronoun

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Definition of Pronoun

Pronoun
Pronoun Pro"noun, n. [Pref. pro- + noun: cf. F. pronom, L. pronomen. See Noun.] (Gram.) A word used instead of a noun or name, to avoid the repetition of it. The personal pronouns in English are I, thou or you, he, she, it, we, ye, and they.

Meaning of Pronoun from wikipedia

- linguistics and grammar, a pronoun (abbreviated PRO) is a word or a group of words that one may substitute for a noun or noun phrase. Pronouns have traditionally...
- In Modern English, it is a singular, neuter, third-person pronoun. In Modern English, it has only three shapes representing five word forms: it: the nominative...
- pronoun they or its inflected or derivative forms, them, their, theirs, and themselves (or themself), as an epicene (gender-neutral) singular pronoun...
- Personal pronouns are pronouns that are ****ociated primarily with a particular grammatical personfirst person (as I), second person (as you), or third...
- Preferred gender pronouns or personal gender pronouns (often abbreviated as PGP) refer to the set of pronouns (in English, third-person pronouns) that an individual...
- The Spivak pronouns are a set of gender-neutral pronouns in English promulgated on the virtual community LambdaMOO based on pronouns used by American...
- Pronouns are a class of words. Pronoun may also refer to: Pronoun (publishing platform), a New York-based company Pronoun (musician), an American singer-songwriter...
- third-person pronoun is a pronoun that refers to an entity other than the speaker or listener. Some languages that do have gender-specific pronouns have them...
- ****anese pronouns (or ****anese deictic classifiers) are words in the ****anese language used to address or refer to present people or things, where present...
- In general linguistics, a reflexive pronoun, sometimes simply called a reflexive, is an anaphoric pronoun that must be coreferential with another nominal...