Negative pronoun

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A negative pronoun is a pronoun that can be used to refer to a negative noun phrase.

In English, these are neither, never, no(?), no-one, nobody, none, nothing and nowhere.

Informally, noplace can substitute for nowhere. Also, nowt is a common dialectical form of nothing.