- Used reflexively as the direct or indirect object of a verb or as the object of a preposition.She bought herself a new car. She sculpted a likeness of herself.
- Used for emphasis.She herself was certain of the facts.
- Used in an absolute construction.In office herself, she helped him get a job.
She's feeling herself again.
- As an intensifier.She said so herself.
- As a reflexive.She hurt herself.
- With the meaning “her real, true, or actual self” [she is not herself today]
- (irish) As a subject.herself will have her tea now.
She was injured herself.
She injured herself.