Me, as direct or indirect object the speaker as the object of a verb or preposition, when the speaker is also the subject. from 9th c.
“I taught myself.”
Personally, for my part; used in apposition to I, sometimes for simple emphasis and sometimes with implicit exclusion of any others performing the activity described. from 10th c.
In my normal state of body or mind.
Me (as the object of a verb or preposition). from 10th c.
“I feel like myself.”
I (as the subject of a verb). from 14th c.
my name is…
yourself as the object of a verb or preposition or as an intensifier; reflexive case of thou
“Thou hast only thyself to blame.”
“Thou thyself art to blame.”
used by a speaker to refer to himself or herself as the object of a verb or preposition when he or she is the subject of the clause
“I strolled around, muttering to myself”
“I hurt myself by accident”
I or me personally (used to emphasize the speaker)
“I myself am unsure how this problem should be handled”
“I wrote it myself”
used by a speaker to refer to himself or herself; I
“myself presented to him a bronze sword”