Common misspellings for self:
selece, swelf, belf, mylself, you'rself, lelf, oyurself, thimself, selfes, solfen, myselfi, thelf, youurself, selfe, selec, theyself, someof, self've, selft, relif, sleev, yself, myeself, myselve, myserlf, selecy, thself, myselfy, welfar, nerself, sitself, shilf, shealf, tiself, sulfar, zolaft, selfih, selr, youeself, hislife, yoourself, yurself, seelf, yielf, selg, myyself, realif, hersellf, selef, sizeof, selfs, hiself, disulfe, seell, lowself, homself, muyself, urself, silf, selle, ourselve, seler, reliaf, myslef, mysellf, mysalf, sealp, myselff, sulfer, mahself, sleav, splif, reilf, yourslef, yourselff, soif, sufle, ourslef, toelf, nmyself, solft, ehrself, salfy, yoursaelf, mself, scelra, solf, forself, belif, myswelf, useulf, sefl, seeif, sely, byself, hisself, yourselve, welf, sevo, yourrself, ahlf, selvs, miself, sels, selph, stif, sel, helf, soell, herslef, sepf, selli, slelf, himsilf, soef, tself, mysself, fourself, ypurself, selfsh, sevela, suely, yoursulf, resulf, relef, herslf, herseelf, selt, hismlef, myselef, slef, senf, myselfe, yourswelf, yourslefer, sdlf, fielf, swla, telfa, mysealf, beilf, hismelf, selff, yousellf, silvi, youselve, thielf, smellof, ourself, yourselv, serfe, selfesh, hereself, yourseldf, myuself, sef, youeslef, selloff, hisemlf, yoursdelf, myeslf, selll, yourslelf, myslelf, youslf, yuorself, seeeif, toself, meslf, beahlf, sealife, sulf, sleff, seleve, feelf, heself, ouself, mayself, mysyelf, behlaf, muself, simlify, iself, hi'mself, youlself, meyself, myslf, selld, shlef, feelof, sideof, hesrelf, youself, felf, slife, soely, hersself, sefely, yourserlf, healf, siplify, stelph, yuourself, solfd, ssdf, seild, therself, youreslf, sekf, myaself, sulfor, syelf, delf, bleff, youserlf, herselfe, shelv, salf, sleve, welfair, sele, himselff, belef, yoursself, self, imself, yoursellf, sellp, llysf, slefs, meself, hiimself, mysaelf, realself, shelfe, herserlf, beilif, salfty, qolf, selk, maself, humself, msyelf, sevely, yoyrself, selual, himseelf, selye, sealf, nyself, uself, swlf, selfis, thierself, yousrelf, you'reself, yoiurself, serlea, yoruself, yourlself, hmself, yoursealf, myselph, herrself, selp, seeinf, yourselkf, behlf, seph, mmyself, jerself, yoursalf, cehf, myslfe, selve, solfege, herslelf, byherself, wysely, himselfe, selof, salef, youirself, seef, shielf, haerself, felv, sellf, reluf, hsiemlf, selv, yoyurself, selfworth, serlf, sdaf, himeslf, selface, myselfr, slf, youreself, seld, couselfor, wyself, seule, asself, aself, seldf, herselrf, ymself, seliva, yoursrlf, yourselfe, saef, scalf, hslf, sself, yorself, selfich, sslc, seelp, theirself, selfer, relaf, solfer, solev, yourslf, bealf, beilfy, bielf, bielif, sdff, gerself, hersewlf, myslefe, selif, sluff, selig, selen, seif, selfed, selfview, selfious, sell1, selvel, selvh, somef, telfair, byypurself, tourself, uyourself, yourseelf, yourseklf, yourselfer, aelf, zelf, sslf, srlf, s4lf, s3lf, seof, selc, saelf, zself, szelf, xself, sxelf, eself, wself, sewlf, seslf, sedlf, srelf, s4elf, se4lf, s3elf, se3lf, seklf, selkf, seplf, selpf, seolf, selfd, selcf, selfc, selvf, selfv, selgf, selfg, seltf, selrf, selfr, smlf, sglf, sedf, seln, selb, s elf, se lf, sel f.
Definition of self:
- a person considered as a unique individual; " one's own self"
- Hence, personal interest, or love of private interest; selfishness; as, self is his whole aim.
- Personification; embodiment.
- One's own person or character; personality; one's own private interest; as, a person who lives for self is unhappy.
- One's own person: one's personal interest: selfishness: a flower or blossom of a uniform color, especially one without an edging or border distinct from the ground color:- pl. SELVES ( selvz).
- One's own person or interest; selfishness.
- An individual considered as the subject of his own consciousness; a distinct personality.
- Personal advantage or gain.
- One's own person; personal interest; selfishness.
- combining form; oneself or itself; " self- control"
- Having its own or a single nature or character, as in color, composition, etc., without addition or change; unmixed; as, a self bow, one made from a single piece of wood; self flower or plant, one which is wholly of one color; self- colored.
- The individual as the object of his own reflective consciousness; the man viewed by his own cognition as the subject of all his mental phenomena, the agent in his own activities, the subject of his own feelings, and the possessor of capacities and character; a person as a distinct individual; a being regarded as having personality.
- Same or very: used in composition, as in selfsame.
- Self is the first element in innumerable compounds, generally of obvious meaning, in most of which it denotes either the agent or the object of the action expressed by the word with which it is joined, or the person on behalf of whom it is performed, or the person or thing to, for, or towards whom or which a quality, attribute, or feeling expressed by the following word, belongs, is directed, or is exerted, or from which it proceeds; or it denotes the subject of, or object affected by, such action, quality, attribute, feeling, and the like.
- Same; particular; identical.
- Very; particular; same; united by present usage to certain personal pronouns and pronominal adjectives to express emphasis or distinction, as myself, himself, & c.