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oneself

[wuhn-self, wuhnz-] /wʌnˈsɛlf, wʌnz-/
pronoun
1.
a person's self (used for emphasis or reflexively):
One often hurts oneself accidentally.
Idioms
2.
be oneself,
  1. to be in one's normal state of mind or physical condition.
  2. to be unaffected and sincere:
    One makes more friends by being oneself than by putting on airs.
3.
by oneself,
  1. without a companion; alone.
  2. through one's own efforts; unaided:
    to become a millionaire by oneself.
4.
come to oneself,
  1. Also, come to. to regain consciousness.
  2. to regain one's self-possession; come to one's senses.
Also, come to one's self.
Also, Archaic, one's self.
Origin
1540-1550
1540-50; shortened form of one's self
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British Dictionary definitions for come my self

oneself

/wʌnˈsɛlf/
pronoun
1.
  1. the reflexive form of one (sense 20), one (sense 21)
  2. (intensifier) one doesn't do that oneself
2.
(preceded by a copula) one's normal or usual self one doesn't feel oneself after such an experience
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Word Origin and History for come my self

oneself

1540s, one's self. Hyphenated 18c.; written as one word from c.1827, on model of himself, itself, etc.

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