pronoun Date: 12th century chiefly dialect himself 1

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  • hisself — see HIMSELF (Cf. himself). The shift in felt meaning of the first element of this compound from dative to gentitive created this new word c.1400, whereas the same process did not change HERSELF (Cf. herself) …   Etymology dictionary

  • hisself — is non standard for himself, and arises from the tendency to regard self as a noun and to place possessive pronouns and adjectives in front of it (e.g. his very self) …   Modern English usage

  • hisself — /hi self , hiz /, pron. Nonstandard. himself. [1350 1400; ME; see HIS, SELF] * * * …   Universalium

  • hisself — pronoun form|himself …   Wiktionary

  • hisself — selfish …   Anagrams dictionary

  • hisself — his·self …   English syllables

  • hisself — …   Useful english dictionary

  • selfish — hisself …   Anagrams dictionary

  • Pat Ingoldsby — (born 1942 [ [http://www.irishwriters online.com/patingoldsby.html Pat Ingoldsby] ] ) is an Irish poet. He has hosted children s TV shows, written plays for the stage and for radio, published books of short stories, and been a newspaper columnist …   Wikipedia

  • Reflexive pronoun — Herself redirects here. For the toy elf, see Herself the Elf. Himself redirects here. For other uses, see Himself (disambiguation). Oneself redirects here. For the hip hop artist, see Oneself (artist). Ourselves redirects here. For the 1988 punk… …   Wikipedia

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