person

  1. a human being
  2. a grammatical category of pronouns and verb forms

person

[n] - a grammatical category of pronouns and verb forms 2. [n] - a person`s body (usually including their clothing) 3. [n] - a human being
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Person

This term is used to describe pronouns. A pronoun always has a referent (i.e. a noun to which it refers). The referent of 'I' is always the writer or speaker of a sentence and is referred to as the first person singular pronoun 'we' is called the first person plural pronoun the person or people spoken to is referred to as the second person pronoun,...
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Person

In grammar, a distinction is made between first, second and third person. One uses the first person when referring to oneself (I/we); the second person when referring to one's listener or reader (you); and the third person when referring to somebody or something else (he/she/it/they/my friend/the books etc). In some cases the form of the verb chan...
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Person

Per'son noun [ Middle English persone , persoun , person , parson , Old French persone , French personne , Latin persona a mask (used by actors), a personage, part, a person, from personare to sound through; per + sonare to sound. See
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Person

Per'son transitive verb To represent as a person; to personify; to impersonate. [ Obsolete] Milton.
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person

1. A character or part, as in a play; a specific kind or manifestation of individual character, whether in real life, or in literary or dramatic representation; an assumed character. 'His first appearance upon the stage in his new person of a sycophant or juggler.' (Bacon) 'No man can long put on a person and act a part.' (Jer. Taylor) 'To bear rul...
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person

individual noun a human being; `there was too much for one person to do`
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person

noun a human body (usually including the clothing); `a weapon was hidden on his person`
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person

noun a grammatical category of pronouns and verb forms; `stop talking about yourself in the third person`
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Person

• (v. t.) To represent as a person; to personify; to impersonate. • (n.) A parson; the parish priest. • (n.) One of three relations or conditions (that of speaking, that of being spoken to, and that of being spoken of) pertaining to a noun or a pronoun, and thence also to the verb of which it may be the subject. • (n.) A charact...
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person

(from the article `philosophical anthropology`) In keeping with this bifurcation Locke distinguished between the terms `man` and `person,` reserving `man` for the animal species, an object of study ... ...for an `inner life` in a way in which Behaviourism does not; P.F. Strawson is a typical examp...
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PERSON

Generally, a human being. Legally, a "person" may statutorily include a corporation, partnership, trustee, legal representative, etc.
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Person

(in Max Scheler) The concrete unity of acts. Individual person, and total person, with the former not occupying a preferential position. -- P.A.S. In scholasticism: The classic definition is given by Boethius: person is an individual substance of rational nature. As individual it is material, since matter supplies the principle of individuation. T....
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Person

Corporations, companies, associations, firms, partnerships, societies, and joint stock companies, as well as individuals. 1 USC (note: this term, when used in the legal context, can be confusing since whether it refersto entities other than natural persons is often dependent on context and official interpretation. e.g. Are corporations entitled, un...
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Person

n. A person is a human being or just a natural person who has been given certain rights and is obliged to perform certain duties.A society ,company or corporation when given certain rights and obligations can also be treated as a person(artificial person).
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person

n. 1) a human being. 2) a corporation treated as having the rights and obligations of a person. Counties and cities can be treated as a person in the same manner as a corporation. However, corporations, counties and cities cannot have the emotions of humans such as malice, and therefore are not liable for punitive damages unless there is a statute ...
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person

In grammar, term used to describe pronouns and verbs. English has three persons: the first person – the speaker, speakers, writer, or writers, shown by the pronouns I, me (singular) and we, us (plural); the second person – the person or people being spoken...
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Person

A person is a being, such as a human, that has certain capacities or attributes constituting personhood, which in turn is defined differently by different authors in different disciplines, and by different cultures in different times and places. In ancient Rome, the word persona (Latin) or prosopon (πρόσωπον; Greek) originally referred to ...
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person

The categorisation of a word depending on its use in the first (I), second (you) or third (he) person.
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Person

An entity defined by USDA as being eligible to receive federal farm program benefits, subject to ann
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Person

1) A human being. 2) A corporation treated as having the rights and obligations of a person. Counties and cities can be treated as a person in the same manner as a corporation. However, corporations, counties, and cities cannot have the emotions of humans such as malice, and therefore are not liable for punitive damages.
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Person

[canon law] In the canon law of the Catholic Church, a person is a subject of certain legal rights and obligations. ==Physical Persons== ===Age of Reason=== The age of reason, also called the age of discretion, is the age at which children attain the use of reason and begin to have moral responsibility. On completion of the seventh year a m...
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Person

[surname] Person is a surname. Notable people with the surname include: Dr. Sheldon received his doctorate in Psychology from Columbia University and completed postdoctoral training at Oxford University Hospital, Harvard Medical School in Neuroanatomy and Neuropsychology. He joined the Institute of Human Performance and Study in 1998. Dr. S...
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