noun[(prec. by the)]
- (see when).
Old English hwǣr, of Germanic origin; related to Dutch waar and German wo
The main uses of where are: question word:Where shall we go? relative pronoun:It was not difficult to find the place where the prisoners were hiding. subordinating conjunction introducing a noun clause:Have you told them where I live? subordinating conjunction introducing an adverbial clause of place:Put it where it gets as much sun as possible.