Another word for herself

Another word for herself DEFAULT

1. prove

verb. ['ˈpruːv'] establish the validity of something, as by an example, explanation or experiment.

  • prove oneself
  • corroborate
  • affirm
  • contradict
  • stultify
  • support
  • shew
  • establish
  • confirm
  • show
  • demonstrate
  • sustain
  • substantiate
  • disprove
  • affirm
  • validate
  • agree
  • proven (Middle English (1100-1500))
  • profian (Old English (ca. 450-1100))

Words that Rhyme with Prove Oneself

  • yourself
  • themself
  • theirself
  • himself
  • ourself
  • myself
  • itself
  • hisself
  • herself
  • shelf
  • selph
  • relph
  • relf
  • helf
  • delph
  • chelf

2. prove

verb. ['ˈpruːv'] be shown or be found to be.

  • result
  • turn up
  • ensue
  • turn out
  • proven (Middle English (1100-1500))
  • profian (Old English (ca. 450-1100))

3. prove

verb. ['ˈpruːv'] provide evidence for.

  • presume
  • testify
  • bear witness
  • cite
  • attest
  • show
  • demonstrate
  • manifest
  • abduce
  • evidence
  • certify
  • inform
  • boycott
  • disapproval
  • disapprove
  • take
  • proven (Middle English (1100-1500))
  • profian (Old English (ca. 450-1100))

4. prove

verb. ['ˈpruːv'] prove formally; demonstrate by a mathematical, formal proof.

  • establish
  • show
  • demonstrate
  • conform
  • strengthen
  • invalidate
  • disagree
  • proven (Middle English (1100-1500))
  • profian (Old English (ca. 450-1100))

5. prove

verb. ['ˈpruːv'] take a trial impression of.

  • proven (Middle English (1100-1500))
  • profian (Old English (ca. 450-1100))

6. prove

verb. ['ˈpruːv'] obtain probate of.

  • proven (Middle English (1100-1500))
  • profian (Old English (ca. 450-1100))

7. prove

verb. ['ˈpruːv'] put to the test, as for its quality, or give experimental use to.

  • try
  • verify
  • examine
  • try out
  • control
  • field-test
  • evaluate
  • judge
  • essay
  • test
  • float
  • circumstantial evidence
  • direct evidence
  • decertify
  • overstate
  • proven (Middle English (1100-1500))
  • profian (Old English (ca. 450-1100))

8. prove

verb. ['ˈpruːv'] cause to puff up with a leaven.

  • raise
  • elevate
  • bring up
  • rise
  • get up
  • lift
  • hide
  • contraindicate
  • disappear
  • discontinue
  • proven (Middle English (1100-1500))
  • profian (Old English (ca. 450-1100))

9. prove

verb. ['ˈpruːv'] increase in volume.

  • proven (Middle English (1100-1500))
  • profian (Old English (ca. 450-1100))

The Office of Citizenship and Migration Affairs (the OCMA) is issuing statements from the Register of Natural Persons (statement about the place of residence of a person, his/her marital status, passport details and other details included in the Register of Natural Persons).

A person may receive information from the Register of Natural Persons about himself/herself or a person the legal or authorised representative of whom he/she is.

Individuals and legal entities may receive information from the Register of Natural Persons about another person based on a reasoned application.

Information may be requested only remotely:

  • by post or e-mail in the OCMA territorial divisions;
  • by post to the Office of Citizenship and Migration Affairs to address: Čiekurkalna 1.līnija 1, k-3, Rīga, LV-1026;
  • electronically by sending a request to the OCMA e-mail address [email protected] signed by a secure electronic signature, or the e-mail address of any territorial division;
  • or electronically by using the official service eAddress.

Documents required for requesting the statement.


  • the state fee is payable for the receipt of information from the Register of Natural Persons depending on the term of preparation of the statement and the manner of its issue (in paper form or electronically signed by a secure electronic signature) – Subparagraphs 2.4 and 2.6 of the “Regulations regarding the state fee for the receipt of information from the Register of Natural Persons”. Paragraphs 3 and 4 of the above Regulations determine the groups of persons who are entitled to request relief or exemption from payment of the state fee;      
  • if the person would like to receive the statement by mail, additional payment for sending and delivery should be made according to the pricelist of the OCMA services for charge - "Pricelist of services provided by the Office of Citizenship and Migration Affairs for charge", Paragraph 12 + mailing costs. 

Description of service in the public service catalogue of the portal

Statement from the Register of Natural Persons about an individual

himself/herself or the represented person


It is possible to request a statement about the declared or registered residential address of the person in the local authority if the place of residence of the person is within the administrative territory of the local authority and if the local authority has online data exchange with the Register of Natural Persons.

!!! Pursuant to the Administrative Procedure Law, if the information required for the institution is not available to the parties in the administrative proceedings, but is available to another institution, the institution shall acquire such itself rather than request such from the parties in the administrative proceedings. 
The person does not have to request a statement from the OCMA to file the details with another governmental or local authority institution; the respective institution must request the details from the OCMA itself.


To receive information in writing it is necessary to fill in the questionnaire (questionnaire in MS Word format) or to draft the request in free form by specifying therein:

  1. name, surname and personal identity number of the person requesting information (for legal entities – name and taxpayer registration number);
  2. place of residence (for legal entities – legal address);
  3. scope and manner of issue of the required information;
  4. when requesting information about another person one must additionally specify:
    • the reason for the receipt of information (and a document confirming such, if any);
    • the purpose of use of the information if a different procedure is not set forth by law;
    • details, based on which the person may be identified.

Documents required for requesting the statement:

    • personal identification document (passport or personal certificate – eID card). If an individual has sent the request by mail the prepared statement will be issued in person in the specified OCMA division, where the person shall present the personal identification document. If the OCMA has identified the requesting person then the statement is sent by registered mail to the declared or legal address of the person requesting the statement;
    • representative of the legal entity shall additionally present the registration certificate of the legal entity and the public document confirming the representation rights of the person requesting the information, if it is not possible to verify the information regarding representation rights in the Register of Enterprises;
    • for the authorised person – a notarised Power of Attorney if the authorising person is an individual, or a written Power of Attorney without notarisation or an order, if the representative of the individual is an Attorney-at-Law;
    • legal representative shall present the document confirming custody or guardianship, if such information is not included in the Register of Natural Persons; 
    • when requesting information about another person one must deliver a document confirming the reason or mutual obligations;
    • to receive relief or exemption from payment of the state fee the persons must present a document confirming relief or exemption to the OCMA.

Information from the Register of Natural Persons information system shall be issued in compliance with the provisions of the 15.02.2011 Regulation of the Cabinet of Ministers No. 130 "Procedure of issuing information included in the Register of Natural Persons", the Personal Data Protection Law, the Register of Natural Persons Law, the Freedom of Information Law and other legal acts.

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Themself or Themselves?


As discussed in a previous article in Legistics, the plural pronoun "they" can be used to represent a singular antecedent that is gender-neutral and indefinite, for example, "someone", "no one", "anyone" or "a person". As the article states, the other grammatical forms of the "singular they" are "them", "their" and "themselves", and these are used in a sentence to relate to a "singular they" subject, along with a plural verb. The question addressed in this article is whether "themself" can be used in some cases instead of "themselves" with reference to a singular "they" or a singular indefinite antecedent.


  • 1. Use themselves as the reflexive/intensive pronoun to refer to an indefinite gender-neutral noun or pronoun that is the subject of the sentence and avoid themself.

  • 2. If a singular indefinite gender-neutral noun is the subject of a sentence, use the "singular they" elsewhere in the sentence, especially as the subject of any subordinate clause, to refer to it rather than repeat the noun; this will improve readability. In the following provision, for example, the use of "they" as the subject of the subordinate clause, along with a plural verb, instead of "the person" and a singular verb, makes themselves sound more natural.

    A claim for refugee protection shall be rejected, and a person is not a Convention refugee if they have voluntarily reavailed themselves of the protection of their country of nationality.

  • 3. If themselves sounds awkward, redraft the sentence without using the reflexive/intensive pronoun.


According to the rules of grammar, reflexive/intensive pronouns are formed by adding the singular self or the plural selves to the possessive form of the first- and second-person personal pronouns (myself, yourself, ourselves, yourselves), to the objective form of third-person personal pronouns (herself, himself, itself, themselves), and to the impersonal pronoun "one" (oneself). Self is chosen if the pronoun to which it is being added is singular, while selves is chosen if the pronoun is plural.

Dictionaries and usage manuals

The current Oxford English Dictionary Online does not have an entry for themself; however, under the entry for themselves it states that "themself" was the normal form of the third person plural reflexive pronoun until about 1540 and that this form had completely disappeared by about 1570, when it was superseded by themselfs and then themselves, which became the standard form. Although some current dictionaries, for example, The New Oxford Dictionary of English, state that themself has re-emerged in recent years when used to refer to a singular gender-neutral noun or pronoun ("themselves" remains the normal third person plural reflexive form), they label it as "rare" or "disputed" or "not widely accepted in standard English". Other dictionaries such as Webster's Third New International Dictionary do not mention it at all. In short, although there is some acknowledgement that this form is occasionally used today, informally, and that it may perhaps be a trend to watch, its use does not seem widespread enough to justify advocating it in legislative texts for the time being.


  • The Canadian Oxford Dictionary
  • The Canadian Writer's Handbook
  • The New Fowler's Modern English Usage
  • The New Oxford Dictionary of English
  • The Oxford English Dictionary, on-line edition
  • The New Shorter Oxford English Dictionary
  • Webster's Third New International Dictionary
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antonyms for oneself


Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

How to use oneself in a sentence

It is good, I believe, to be respectable, but much nobler to respect oneself and utter the voice of God.


Whether one does this or that, one finds oneself in pretty much the same position at the end.


To stupefy oneself with other wines, is brutal; but to raise oneself to the seventh heaven with thee, is quite ethereal.


The weights kept altering according as one found oneself grasping this valued thing or that.


In other words, is there anything of the nature of absolute goodness in the attempt to make oneself miserable?



Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.


Herself for another word

full of oneself

Conceited, self-centered, as in Ever since she won the prize Mary's been so full of herself that no one wants to talk to her. This expression uses full of in the sense of “engrossed with” or “absorbed with,” a usage dating from about 1600.



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Words nearby full of oneself

fullness of time, full of beans, full of crap, full of hot air, full of it, full of oneself, full-on, full pitch, full-power, full powered, full professor

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Words related to full of oneself

confident, overconfident, cocky, courageous, assured, smug, arrogant, believing, bold, brave, cocksure, expectant, expecting, fearless, positive, secure, sure, unafraid, puffed up, sure of oneself

How to use full of oneself in a sentence

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  • It ended on a complaint that she was 'tired rather and spending my time at full length on a deck-chair in the garden.'

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  • It is full of poetic feeling, and the flesh tints are unusually natural.

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  • A small book, bound in full purple calf, lay half hidden in a nest of fine tissue paper on the dressing-table.

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  • One would not have wanted her white neck a mite less full or her beautiful arms more slender.

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