l'on

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French[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From the original nominal use of on (now replaced by homme). This pronoun has traditionally been assessed as a euphonic prosthesis (in particular after que), but the form is in fact found in free variation, including at the beginning of sentences.

Pronoun[edit]

l'on

  1. (formal) alternative form of on

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