Whome vs whom: Important difference between whom and whome

Whome vs whom


Whom or whome

Whome is the obsolete spelling of whom. Whome is no longer used by writers. “Whom” is the commonly used alternative.


Whom meaning

Whom is a formal form of ‘who’ as the object of a verb or after a word such as ‘of’, ‘with’, or ‘from’.

Whom examples/ Whom in a sentence

  • There are 15 students in my class, most of whom are girls.
  • Whom did you meet at the confrence?

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