I am confused with the function of Relative pronouns. I have read on multiple sites that relative pronouns introduce relative clauses.
However, only Adjective clauses are referred to as Relative Clauses.
Some Noun clauses also start with relative pronouns but are not called as Relative Clauses. Why is that?
Example : You can marry whomever you like.
If that is the case then the function of Relative pronouns is not definitively introducing clauses because that is common for both Noun and Adjective clauses.