Reflexive Pronouns : When ‘self’ is added to my, your, him, her, it, and ‘selves’ to our, your, them, it makes Compound Personal Pronouns. These Compound Personal Pronouns are called Reflexive Pronouns when the action done by the subject turns back (reflects) upon the subject

I hurt myself.
We hurt ourselves.
You will hurt yourself.
You will hurt yourselves.
He hurt himself.
She hurt herself.
They hurt themselves.
The horse hurt itself.

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