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How widespread among languages the usage of the word for “where” as a general relative pronoun (meaning persons or objects)?
That would be the standard modern Greek relativiser I did my PhD on, in fact.
Add Hebrew ašer > še, Bulgarian deto.
Anon (you didn’t need to Anon this time, Anon), I can rule out Albanian: që in standard Albanian, çë in Arvanitika are not locative.