, which performs flexibly as a subject, an object, and a possessive epicene. Pronounced with a shortened vowel sound (like huh
), it can be used to replace her
, etc. when the gender of the person in question is not known. First gender-free pronoun to receive official backing, as it was promoted and popularised by the British Library and in the London Review of Books' "LRB Blog".
To each hu own.
That fine detective novel draws the reader in, teasing hu to puzzle out for huself the solution to the mystery.
Let each user of our EZ cell-phones pay as hu goes.