deictic pronoun
Definition - A pronoun that refers to a noun that is missing from the discourse, hence its antecedent must be inferred from the context.

1. As opposed to anaphoric pronouns which refer to an antecedent that has been previously mentioned in the discourse.

Example -
You will get to know him better.
(The pronouns you and him are deictic, because they refer to unmentioned antecedents.)

Etymology -
The word deictic derives from the Greek deiktikos, able to show; the word pronoun derives from the Latin pronomen (from the Latin pro, in place of + nomen, name or noun).

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