• (grammar) word used to replace nouns and noun phrases (she, we, this, etc.)
• in grammar, a pronoun is a word which is used instead of a noun or noun group to refer to someone or something. `he', `she', `them', and `something' are pronouns.
• pronoun that points out an object (grammar)
• indefinite pronoun, pronoun that has an indefinite subject (grammar)
• pronoun which does not refer to something specific (grammar)
• word used in asking a question (grammar)
• (grammar) pronoun that shows person (i.e. we, you, he, etc.)
• in grammar, personal pronouns are pronouns such as `i, me, you, she, it, we, us, they, them', which refer to the speaker, the person or people being spoken to, or other people or things which have already been mentioned.
• (grammar) pronoun that shows ownership or relationship to (mine, yours, etc.)
• mutual pronoun
• (grammar) pronoun that shows that the action of the verb is occurring to the subject of the sentence (i.e. i washed myself, - myself shows that it is i that was washed)
• in grammar, a reflexive pronoun is one which refers back to the subject of a sentence or clause. in the sentence `you'll just have to do it yourself', `yourself' is a reflexive pronoun.
relative pronoun• word that introduces subordinate clauses or noun clauses (grammar)
• in grammar, a relative pronoun is a pronoun such as `wh ...