myself 英 [maɪˈself] 美 [maɪˈsɛlf]
- pron. 我自己；我亲自
1. I cut myself on a knife.
2. I live by myself
3. I'll speak to her myself.
4. I found myself unable to speak.
- myself (pron.) c. 1500, alteration of meself, from Old English phrase (ic) me self, where me is "a kind of ethical dative" [OED], altered in Middle Ages from meself on analogy of herself, with her- felt as genitive; though analogous hisself remains bad form.