By himself, alone; unaccompanied; apart; sequestered; as, he sits or studies by himself.To leave one to himself, to withdraw from him; to let him take his own course.

(Him*self" Him*selve") Himselven
(Him*selv"en) pron. pl. Themselves. See Hemself. [Obs.] Chaucer.

(Him*selve") pron. See 1st Himself. [Obs.]

(Him*yar"ic Him`ya*rit"ic) a. Pertaining to Himyar, an ancient king of Yemen, in Arabia, or to his successors or people; as, the Himjaritic characters, language, etc.; applied esp. to certain ancient inscriptions showing the primitive type of the oldest form of the Arabic, still spoken in Southern Arabia. Brande & C.

(Hin) n. [Heb. hin.] A Hebrew measure of liquids, containing three quarts, one pint, one gill, English measure. W. H. Ward.

(Hind) n. [AS. hind; akin to D. hinde, OHG. hinta, G. hinde, hindin, Icel., Sw., & Dan. hind, and perh. to Goth. hinpan to seize E. hunt, or cf. Gr. a young deer.]

1. (Zoöl.) The female of the red deer, of which the male is the stag.

2. (Zoöl.) A spotted food fish of the genus Epinephelus, as E. apua of Bermuda, and E. Drummond- hayi of Florida; — called also coney, John Paw, spotted hind.

(Hind), n. [OE. hine, AS. hine, hina, orig. gen. pl. of hiwan domestics; akin to Icel. hju man and wife, domestics, family, Goth. heiwafrauja master of the house, G. heirath marriage; cf. L. civis citizen, E. city or E. home. Cf. Hide a measure of land.]

1. A domestic; a servant. [Obs.] Shak.

Himalayan to Hippocampus

(Hi*ma"la*yan) a. [Skr. himalaya, prop., the abode of snow.] Of or pertaining to the Himalayas, the great mountain chain in Hindostan.

(Himp"ne) n. A hymn. [Obs.] Chaucer.

(Him*self") pron.

1. An emphasized form of the third person masculine pronoun; — used as a subject usually with he; as, he himself will bear the blame; used alone in the predicate, either in the nominative or objective case; as, it is himself who saved himself.

But he himself returned from the quarries.
Judges iii. 19.

David hid himself in the field.
1 Sam. xx. 24.

The Lord himself shall give you a sign.
Is. vii. 14.

Who gave himself for us, that he might . . . purify unto himself a peculiar people.
Titus ii. 14.

With shame remembers, while himself was one
Of the same herd, himself the same had done.

Himself was formerly used instead of itself. See Note under Him.

It comprehendeth in himself all good.

2. One's true or real character; one's natural temper and disposition; the state of being in one's right or sane mind (after unconsciousness, passion, delirium, or abasement); as, the man has come to himself.

  By PanEris using Melati.

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