What is the example of the relative pronoun mean?

A relative pronoun is a word that takes the place of a noun by introducing a relative clause, a clause that gives information about the antecedent, information that 'relates' to the antecedent.

The relative pronouns are: who, whom, whose, which, that.

Examples are:

The man who hit my car gave me his insurance information. (the pronoun 'who' and the clause that it introduces 'who hit my car', relates to the antecedent 'man')

The man whose car I hit was very nice about it. (the pronoun 'whose' and the clause that it introduces 'whose car I hit', relates to the antecedent 'man')

The name that I chose for the kitten is Spot. (the pronoun 'that' and the clause that it introduces 'that I chose for the kitten', relates to the antecedent 'name')