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self·ie

 (sĕl′fē)
n. Informal
A photograph that one takes of oneself: He texted a selfie to his friends.

selfie

(ˈsɛlfɪ)
n
(Photography) informal a photograph taken by pointing a camera at oneself
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Your bundle of joy can now take their selfie without your help.
Eversince show host Ellen DeGeneres convinced Hollywood's A- listers to come together for a selfie at the Oscars, the trend has caught on with Bollywood too.
A SELFIE with the Chuckle Brothers (above) has won the Daily Post Selfie Awards.
The post Selfie mania appeared first on Executive Magazine.
Digital self-expression has so captured the public imagination that the selfie has become the most happening theme in town, be it references to Dubai Duty Free's '#selfie draw', 'Virgin Radio's selfie song', a '#myIconic selfie party', a 'selfie Mantra night', even a 'selfie workshop by Eton Institute' - which of course later turned out to be an April Fool joke.
Now the nation's men are getting in on the act following the cancer awareness-raising no make-up selfie.
A selfie is a self-portrait photograph taken typically on a smartphone or webcam and then uploaded to a social media site.
If you don't know what a selfie is, then you are officially out of touch with the English language.
On Tuesday, David Cameron was criticised for a lack of respect after Thorning–Schmidt for a group selfie at the memorial service for Nelson Mandela, while First Lady Michelle Obama looked on stone–faced.
AS selfie is the word of the year I thought it was about time I had a go and took a picture of myself for you all.
Summary: Mumbai (Maharashtra) [India], Jan 19 (ANI): Israel's Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Thursday took a selfie with Bollywood personalities during 'Shalom Bollywood' and branded it as his "best selfie" yet.
An Indian man was killed Monday attempting to take a selfie with an elephant in the state of Odisha.