- (archaic, reflexive) themself; gender-neutral object of a verb or preposition that also appears as the subject, coordinate with himself or herself, the reflexive form of thon.
- 1885 June, “Local Circles”, in The Chataquan, volume 5, number 9, page 544:
- Each of the members is expected to inform ‘thonself’ on the topic thus allotted, and to be prepared to give an opinion or ask questions.
- 1898, McGee, W. J., J. W. Powell, editor, The Seri Indians, Washington, page 283:
- Thus neither man nor maid mates for thonself, but both love and move in the tribal interests and along the lines laid down by the tribal leaders.
- 1985, Zinsser, William Knowlton, On Writing Well: An Informal Guide to Writing Nonfiction, 3rd edition, New York: Harper & Row, →ISBN, LCCN 84048208, LCC PE1429.Z5 1985, page 121: