theirself

  • 1 theirself — c.1300, variant of themself, with self, originally an inflected adjective, treated as a noun with a meaning person. Related: Theirselves …

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  • 2 theirself — /dhair self /, pron. Nonstandard. themselves. Also, theirselves /dhair selvz /. [1250 1300; ME; formed on analogy of MYSELF] * * * theirself, selves see themselves III …

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  • 3 theirself — /dhair self /, pron. Nonstandard. themselves. Also, theirselves /dhair selvz /. [1250 1300; ME; formed on analogy of MYSELF] * * * …

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  • 4 theirself — /ðɛəˈsɛlf/ (say dhair self) pronoun (plural theirselves) (in non standard use) themself …

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  • 5 theirself / theirselves / themself / themselves —    Only themselves is correct as a reflexive or emphatic pronoun: They gave themselves all the credit for the rescue …

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  • 6 themselves — c.1500, standard from 1540s, replacing themself (Cf. THEIRSELF (Cf. theirself)). Themself returned late 20c. as some writers took to avoiding himself with gender neutral someone, anyone, etc …

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  • 17 theirselves — thərˈselvz, ther , tha(a)r , eu̇vz pronoun Etymology: obsolete English theirself themselves (from Middle English, from their + self) + English es substandard …

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