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From Teflpedia

Who (/huː/) is an English Wh- pronoun (a type of wh- word).

Who is common gender, so it refers to people and other things with personal agency. This can include groups of people, or companies and organisations, etc.

Who is always used to refer to grammatical subjects (i.e. nominative case), and is commonly used to refer to grammatical objects as well (i.e. accusative case), though for objects "whom" is an alternative, especially in very formal registers.

It can be used either as a relative pronoun or as an interrogative pronoun.

Who also has a genitive form, whose.

Pronunciation: <wh> is pronounced /h/.