Is the word 'whose' referring to an inanimate object correct in this sentence?
Possessive connecting word for inanimate object
Usage of “whose” not referring to a person.
Referring to some attribute of an inanimate object — use “who's”?
What is the possessive form of “what”?
Other ways of saying “whichs”
Possessive “that's”
'Which', 'whose' or something else?

Let us consider the following sentence:

Japanese language uses ideograms whose Chinese origin is not disputed.

Is it correct to use whose in relation to ideograms or should I use which better?

merged by RegDwigнt Apr 30 '12 at 8:46

This question was merged with Can “whose” refer to an inanimate object? because it is an exact duplicate of that question.