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===Ðe=== '''ðe, ?, ?, ?, ?'''. In Melissa Scott's science fiction novel ''Shadow Man'' (1995), this is one of the pronouns used for a specific intersex sex which, in that culture, has its own corresponding gender.<ref>Veronica Hollinger and Joan Gordon, eds. ''Edging Into The Future: Science Fiction and Contemporary Cultural Transformation.'' p. 110.</ref><ref>Alex Dally MacFarlane, "Post-Binary Gender in SF: ExcitoTech and Non-Binary Pronouns." June 3, 2014. ''Tor.'' [http://www.tor.com/blogs/2014/06/post-binary-gender-in-sf-excitotech-and-non-binary-pronouns http://www.tor.com/blogs/2014/06/post-binary-gender-in-sf-excitotech-and-non-binary-pronouns]</ref> This pronoun uses an Old English letter named "eth," pronounced like the "th." Compare similar [[Pronouns#Þe|þe]] pronouns. '''Forms:''' * '''Nominative:''' When I tell someone a joke ''ðe'' laughs. * '''Accusative:''' ? * '''Pronominal possessive:''' ? * '''Predicative possessive:''' ? * '''Reflexive:''' ? '''Why this was moved to the talk page:''' Incomplete. Not entered in the Nonbinary Stats survey in 2016.<ref name=NBGQ2016></ref>
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