World Health Organization n an agency of the United Nations, established in 1948 with headquarters in Geneva, responsible for coordinating international health activities, aiding governments in improving health services, etc.
1 which person? what person? used in direct and indirect questions
he can't remember who did it, who met you?
2 used to introduce relative clauses with antecedents referring to human beings
the people who lived here have left
3 the one or ones who; whoever
bring who you want
(Old English hwa; related to Old Saxon hwe, Old High German hwer, Gothic hvas, Lithuanian kàs, Danish hvo)
See at whom
n the. English rock group formed in 1964, originally comprising Roger Daltrey (born 1944; vocals), Pete Townshend (born 1945; guitar), John Entwistle (born 1944; bass guitar), and Keith Moon (1947--78; drums). Their recordings include ``My Generation'' (1965), ``Substitute'' (1966), Tommy (1969), and Quadrophenia (1974)
abbrev. for World Health Organization
contraction of who had or who would
adj (of a dispute, strike, etc.) relating to the separation of kinds of work performed by different trade unions
contraction of who will or who shall
contraction of who is
n a book or list containing the names and short biographies of famous people