pronoun means: The third person term used to replace a proper noun such as a person’s title. It is determined by your sexual orientation, male or female. A new American movement asks for preferred pronouns instead of sex. This is a ridiculous idea. They don’t know any language in which grammatical genders are used for every word. To be able to refer to other people as this, you would have to change the language in which they speak to them. (in Community Dictionary, added by Kenny Hendricks)

What else does pronoun mean?

  • You might be asked what pronouns are most preferred by someone. This is just a way to identify your gender. Ie male, female, neutral, etc. (in Community Dictionary, added by Furphy)
  • Pronouns are when you use the same person repeatedly. The most common pronouns include she, them, them, her, him, he and they. Instead of repeating ‘Jessica’ over and over again, it is possible to just say ‘Jessica’s’ pronouns. These could be anything ‘Jessica wants. NOW PEOPLE CAN STOP SAYING THAT PRONOUNS ARE NEW, PRONOUNS EXISTED ALREADY. A pronoun can be described as a basic suffix that people use to refer to someone or something every day. Also, if someone doesn’t have their pronouns memorized, it’d be polite just to use them, them, theirs or theirs. (in Community Dictionary, added by Estrella Odonnell)
  • The term that refers to someone who is third-person. A flexible form of self expression that is essential to the success of west politics. Political correct hyperbole surrounds its use, which ignores the fact that the United States has been involved in five wars. (in Community Dictionary, added by Kenyon Hayden)
  • 1 Nouns that have lost their amateur status. 2 An adjective that is used to replace a proper or common noun. There are several subcategories for pronouns: subject, object and relative. (in Community Dictionary, added by Pío Martínez)
  • Pronoun that has gone pro. (in Community Dictionary, added by Frankie Shannon)
  • This is the part of speech which substitutes nouns and noun phrases for other words. It designates people or things that were previously requested or understood from context. (in AZ Dictionary)
  • This part of speech can contain any of these words, including He Or whom. (in AZ Dictionary)