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  Dictionary Definition of who

who
pronoun; possessive whose ; objective whom.

-- interrogative pronoun
1. what person?: who told you so? whose book is this? of whom are you speaking?
2. (of a person) what as to character, origin, position, importance, etc.: who is the man in uniform?
-- relative pronoun
3. (as a compound relative): a. the or any person that; any person, be it who it may. b. Archaic. one that (after as ).
4. (as a simple relative, with antecedent (a person, or sometimes an animal or a personified thing) expressed): a. in clauses conveying an additional idea: we saw men who were at work. b. used in clauses defining or restricting the antecedent: one on whose word we rely, the man to whom it was told.
-- phrase
5. who's who, the people who carry influence or importance.
[ME; OE hwa, c. D wie, G wer, Goth. hwas ]
Who
noun the, British rock group, formed in 1964; original members Pete Townsend, Roger Daltrey, John Entwistle and Keith Moon.
WHO
World Health Organisation.