First person is defined as pronouns and verbs that refer to the speaker.
The pronouns "I" or "me" are an example of first person pronouns.
- the form of a pronoun (as I) or verb (as am) that refers to the speaker or writer or, in the plural, also to those for whom the speaker or writer serves as spokesperson
- a category consisting of such forms
- narration characterized by the general use of such forms
- The grammatical category of forms that designate a speaker or writer referring to himself or herself. Examples of forms in the first person include English pronouns such as I and we and verb forms such as Spanish hablo “I speak.”
- A discourse or literary style in which the narrator recounts his or her own experiences or impressions using such forms: a novel written in the first person.
- A perspective in a video or computer game that shows only what a character would see.
- (grammar) Forms of pronouns or verbs used for the speaker or writer of the sentence in which they occur.
- "Am" is the first person singular of "to be".
- A form of narrative writing using verbs in the first person in order to give the impression that the action is happening to the narrator.
- Of a verb, in the first person.
- Of a narrative, using verbs in the first person.
- (film, television, video games) Visual presentation through the protagonist or principal character's own eyes.