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She - Wikipedia She is a feminine third-person, singular personal pronoun (subjective case) in Modern English. In 1999, the American Dialect Society chose "she" as the word of the ...

She - Wikipedia This article is about the Modern English personal pronoun Wind Dancer Wolf Mountain For other uses see She disambiguation She is a feminine thirdperson singular personal pronoun subjective case in Modern English In 1999 the American Dialect Society chose she as the word of the past millennium 1 Personal pronouns in standard Modern English Person gender Subject Object Dependent Possessive Independent Possessive Reflexive Singular First I me my mine myself Second you your yours yourself Third Masculine he him his himself Feminine she her hers herself Neuter it its itself Epicene they them their theirs themselves Plural First we us our ours ourselves Second you your yours yourselves Third they them their theirs themselves A word Contents 1 Usage 2 Origin 3 See also 4 References The use of she for I also for you and he is common in literary representations of Highland English  And here she comes said Donald as Captain Dalgetty entered the hall Walter Scott The Legend of Montrose iv 1819 She can also be used instead of it for things to which feminine gender is conventionally attributed a ship or boat especially in colloquial and dialect use often said of a carriage a cannon or gun a tool or utensil of any kind and occasionally of other things HMS Elizabeth was a 74gun third rate ship of the line of the Royal Navy launched on 17 October 1769 at Portsmouth Dockyard She was broken up in 1797 She can refer to abstractions personified as feminine and also for the soul a city a country an army the Church and others Stanley had been ridiculing the habit of personifying the Church as a woman and speaking of it tenderly as she George C Brodrick Memory and Impressions 1900 252 With all the pompous titles bestowed upon France she is not more than half so powerful as she might be The Annual Register III Miscellaneous Essays 1760 203 He told the Ambassadour that the Turkes army was at Malta and that she had saccaged the towne Thomas Washington tr Nicholay’s Voyages i xiii 1585 14 b Rarely and archaically she referred to an immaterial thing without personification Also of natural objects considered to be feminine as the moon or the planets that are named after goddesses also of a river now rare formerly of the sea a tree etc William Caxton in 1483 The Golden Legende 112 b2 and Robert Parke in 1588 tr Mendoza’s Historie of the great and mightie kingdome of China 340 used she for the sun but this may possibly be due to misprint survival of the Old English grammatical gender can hardly be supposed but Caxton may have been influenced by the fact that the sun is feminine in Dutch She has been used for her as an object or governed by a preposition both in literary use now rare or vulgarly as an emphatic oblique object case I want no angel only she Olive Schreiner Story African Farm ii xiii 1889 284  I hopeour presence did not inconveniencethe young lady Bless your heart sir nothing ever inconveniences she Miss Dinah Mulock Craik John Halifax gentleman x 1856 She is also used attributively applied to female animals as in sheass ape bear dog dragon sheep wolf lion really a punning distortion of shilling stock and stuff in the U S = cattle When applied to persons it is now somewhat contemptuous as in shebeing cousin dancer thief and others Wind Dancer Wolf Mountain Shefriend meant a female friend often in bad sense that is a mistress but shesaint was simply a female saint Rarely she was also prefixed to masculine nouns in place of the later frequent feminine suffix ess They took her for their Patroness and consequently for their she God Daniel Brevint Saul and Samuel at Endor vii 1674 161 It has also been prefixed to nouns with the sense that is a woman often in disparaging use but also with intensive force as shewoman Now it is somewhat rare Some shemalady some unhealthy wanton Fires thee verily Robinson Ellis The poems and fragments of Catullus vi 1871 4 Correlative to the heman is the shewoman who is equally undesirable B Russell New Hopes for changing World 1951 162 According to Dennis Barons Grammar and Gender In 1789 William H Marshall records the existence of a dialectal English epicene pronoun singular ou Ou will expresses either he will she will or it will Marshall traces ou to Middle English epicene a used by the 14th century English writer John of Trevisa and both the OED and Wrights English Dialect Dictionary confirm the use of a for he she it they and even I This a is a reduced form of the AngloSaxon he = he and heo = she By the 12th and 13th centuries these had often weakened to a point where according to the OED they were almost or wholly indistinguishable in pronunciation The modern feminine pronoun she which first appears in the mid twelfth century seems to have been drafted at least partly to reduce the increasing ambiguity of the pronoun system2 Probably the etymology of she derived from an alteration of the Old English feminine form of the demonstrative pronoun seo that one 3 In Middle English the new feminine pronoun she seems to have been intentionally artificial to fulfill the linguistic need See alsoedit Generic antecedents Genderspecific pronoun English personal pronouns Referencesedit 1999 Words of the Year Word of the 1990s Word of the 20th Century Word of the Millennium American Dialect Society Retrieved 20081020   Baron Dennis 1986 Grammar and Gender New Haven Yale University Press ISBN 0300035268  As cited by Williams John 1990s History – NativeEnglish GNPs GenderNeutral Pronoun FAQ Retrieved 20070101   Example American Heritage Dictionary and Online Etymology Dictionary derive she from the demonstrative pronoun seo However MerriamWebsters Dictionary derives she from an alteration of the variant form of heo being hye

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