Himself is a reflexive pronoun that refers back to a male subject of a sentence or clause. Him self is a variant that should be avoided.Do we use "himself" or "hisself"?
In Standard American English, we might say "himself" and in AAVE "hisslef" is commonly used, as you point out. Likewise, SAE prefers "themselves" while AAVE prefers "theirselves." Dialects that use these nonstandard reflexive pronouns are, in fact, more in line with grammatical rules than the standard.Is it himself or his self?
Himself vs hisself. It is reflexive. Sometimes it is used to reference the person’s self, or his being. Hisself is listed as a dialectal variation for himself. While it is an official word, most would deem it grammatically incorrect. And so it is rarely used in formal writing.Is himself a pronoun?
The pronoun 'himself' is a reflexive pronoun. A reflexive pronoun is a personal pronoun which renames the subject, and aside from minor spelling... See full answer below.