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What does “ze” and “hir” mean?

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  1. that sounds german to me

    Mamannians - Feb 06, 2017 | Reply

  2. “Ze” and “hir” are gender-neutral pronouns meant to replace the gender-specific pronouns “she” and “he” (subject) and “her” and “him”.

    Norman - Feb 06, 2017 | Reply

  3. You use “ze” when you want to say “he” or “she,” for example: “Ze is very cute,” and “hir” is used instead of “him” or “her,” for example “I saw hir last night.” They are used in situations when you do not wish to specify the gender of the person you are talking about. It is especially used in trans communities.

    Professor - Feb 06, 2017 | Reply


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