Definition of Thyself

1. pron. An emphasized form of the personal pronoun of the second person; -- used as a subject commonly with thou; as, thou thyself shalt go; that is, thou shalt go, and no other. It is sometimes used, especially in the predicate, without thou, and in the nominative as well as in the objective case.



Definition of Thyself

1. Pronoun. (archaic or literary informal) yourself (as the object of a verb or preposition or as an intensifier) ¹

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Definition of Thyself

1. yourself [pron] - See also: yourself

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Thyself

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thysanoptera
thysanopteran
thysanopterans
thysanopteron
thysanopterous
thysanopterous insect
thysanopters
thysanura
thysanuran
thysanuran insect
thysanurans
thysanuron
thysanurous
thysbe
thyself (current term)
thyselves
thysen
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tiadenol
tiamulin
tian
tianeptine
tians
tiapride
tiaprofenic acid
tiar
tiara
tiaraed
tiaralike

Literary usage of Thyself

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. The Pilgrim's Progress by John Bunyan (1846)
"Thou neither seest thy original nor actual infirmities; but hast such an opinion of thyself, and of what thou doest, as plainly renders thee to be one that ..."

2. The Holy Bible ...by Canadian Bible Society by Canadian Bible Society (1851)
"8 But if any provide not for his ยก men's sins : keep thyself pure, own, and especially for those of his ] -23 Drink no longer water, but uw own house, ..."

3. The Book of the Dead: An English Translation of the Chapters, Hymns, Etc by Ernest Alfred Wallis Budge (1898)
"Strengthen thou me according as lou hast strengthened thyself, (9) and shew thyself upon earth, ) thou that returnest and ..."

4. The Confessions of St. Augustine by Augustine, Thomas, Edward Bouverie Pusey, William Benham (1909)
"Learn therefore quickly to submit thyself to him who is over thee, if thou seekest to bring thine own flesh into subjection. For the outward enemy is very ..."

5. The Confessions of St. Augustine by Augustine, Thomas, Edward Bouverie Pusey, William Benham (1909)
"Learn therefore quickly to submit thyself to him who is over thee, if thou seekest to bring thine own flesh into subjection. For the outward enemy is very ..."

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