Description: The meaning of who is what or which person or persons —used as an interrogative —used by speakers on all educational levels and by many reputable writers, though disapproved by some grammarians, as the object of a verb or a following preposition. How to use who in a sentence. whom or who?: Usage Guide
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Description: that, which, or who?: Usage Guide. In current usage that refers to persons or things, which chiefly to things and rarely to subhuman entities, who chiefly to persons and sometimes to animals. The notion that that should not be used to refer to persons is without foundation; such use is entirely standard.
Description: Middle English, from Old English hwā; akin to Old High German hwer, interrogative pronoun, who, Latin quis, Greek tis, Latin qui, relative pronoun, who Good news for those who feel stuffy saying 'whom.' Just when is 'whom' the grammarian-approved choice?