pronoun (desc=personal pronoun, objective, me, possessive, my, possessive noun, mine, reflexive, myself)
- The capitalisation, capitalised ninth letter of the Appendix:Roman script, English alphabet, preceded by H and followed by J.
, + Inflection
- The speaker or writer, referred to as the grammatical subject of a sentence.
, object , , me
, reflexive , , myself
, possessive , , mine or my
- An if clause, if clause representing a condition; a protasis introduced by if.
- 1709, Susannah Centlivre, The Busy Body, Act III, in John Bell (ed.), British Theater, J. Bell (1791), http://books.google.com/books?id=qYY0AAAAMAAJ&pg=PA59&dq=ifs page 59,
- :Sir Fran. Nay, but Chargy, if""" Â¶ Miran. Nay, Gardy, no Ifs.""Have I refus'd three northern lords, two British peers, and half a score knights, to have put in your Ifs?
- 1791 January, "RichardÅ¿on"s Chemical Principles of the Metallic Arts", in The Monthly Review, R. Griffiths, http://books.google.com/books?id=F24xcadl9JMC&pg=PA176&dq=ifs page 176,
- :Well might Bergman add, (in his Scicgraphia,), "<span style="font-variant:small-caps">if</small> the compariÅ¿on that has been made, &c. be juÅ¿t." The preÅ¿ent writer makes no ifs about the matter, and has Å¿uperadded a little inaccuracy of his own, "
- information technology, Information technology.
pronoun (desc=the reflexive form of it, the third person singular, neuter, personal pronoun, masculine, himself, feminine, herself, plural, themselves)
- A thing, previously mentioned, as the object of a verb or preposition, or as an intensifier.
- The door closed by
- The door is quite heavy.