|an extraordinary or unusual thing, person, or event; an exceptional example or instance.|
|the offspring of a zebra and a donkey.|
|—n , peoples|
|1.||persons collectively or in general|
|2.||a group of persons considered together: blind people|
|3.||the persons living in a country and sharing the same nationality: the French people|
|4.||one's family: he took her home to meet his people|
|5.||persons loyal to someone powerful: the king's people accompanied him in exile|
|a. the mass of persons without special distinction, privileges, etc|
|b. the body of persons in a country, esp those entitled to vote|
|7.||(tr) to provide with or as if with people or inhabitants|
person per·son (pûr'sən)
A living human.
The composite of characteristics that make up an individual personality; the self.
The living body of a human.
Physique and general appearance.
An inflectional form (see inflection) of pronouns and verbs that distinguishes between the person who speaks (first person), the person who is spoken to (second person), and the person who is spoken about (third person). The pronoun or verb may be singular or plural. For example:
first person singular: I walk.
second person singular: you walk.
third person singular: he/she/it walks.
first person plural: we walk.
second person plural: you walk.
third person plural: they walk.