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How to Pronounce who?

Correct pronunciation for the word "who" is [hˈuː], [hˈuː], [h_ˈuː].

What are the misspellings for who?

"Who" in context

Who is a fundamental question. It is used to identify and address someone, be it a person, an object, an idea or an occurrence. It is both incredibly simple to use and incredibly powerful in its ability to differentiate or designate something as something else. Its use serves as a reminder of the great diversity of life and of our interactions with it.

The first use of the word "who" dates back to the Ancient Sumerian language, appearing in the form "shu". Later it found its way into other texts, including the Greek New Testament, The King James Bible and Shakespeare's works.

What are similar-sounding words for who?

Usage over time for who:

This graph shows how "who" have occurred between 1800 and 2008 in a corpus of English books.

Synonyms for Who:


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