Myself vs. Thyself

Myself vs. Thyself — Is There a Difference?

Difference Between Myself and Thyself

Myselfpronoun

(reflexive pronoun) Me, as direct or indirect object the speaker as the object of a verb or preposition, when the speaker is also the subject.

I taught myself.

Thyselfpronoun

yourself as the object of a verb or preposition or as an intensifier; reflexive case of thou

Thou hast only thyself to blame.Thou thyself art to blame.

Myselfpronoun

Personally, for my part; used in apposition to I, sometimes for simple emphasis and sometimes with implicit exclusion of any others performing the activity described.

Myselfpronoun

In my normal state of body or mind.

Myselfpronoun

Me (as the object of a verb or preposition).

I feel like myself.

Myselfpronoun

(archaic) I (as the subject of a verb).

Myselfpronoun

my name is...

Myself John.