The Word is:”person”

person

/ˈpəːs(ə)n/

noun

noun: person; plural noun: people; plural noun: persons; noun: first person; noun: second person; noun: third person

1. a human being regarded as an individual.
“the porter was the last person to see her prior to her disappearance”

synonyms: human being, individual, man/woman, human, being, living soul, soul, mortal,
creature, fellow; figure, personage;
informal character, type, sort, beggar, cookie, customer, critter, bunny, fella; informal bloke, chap, bod, geezer, gent; informal guy, gal, dame, dude, hombre; informal bastard; informal body, dog; informal cove; vulgar slang sod, bugger;archaic wight
“you were probably the last person to see Glynn alive”
  • (in legal or formal contexts) an unspecified individual.
    “each of the persons using unlawful violence is guilty of riot”
  • an individual characterized by a preference or liking for a specified thing.
    “she’s not a cat person”

  • a character in a play or story.
    “his previous roles in the person of a fallible cop”
  • an individual’s body.
    “I would have publicity photographs on my person at all times”
  • dated
    (especially in legal contexts) used euphemistically to refer to a man’s genitals.
  • 2. Grammar
    a category used in the classification of pronouns, possessive determiners, and verb forms, according to whether they indicate the speaker first person, the addressee second person, or a third party third person.
    3. Christian Theology
    each of the three modes of being of God, namely the Father, the Son, or the Holy Ghost, who together constitute the Trinity.