proper (adj.) 4
personal, private, individual
2H6 III.i.115 [Gloucester to all] many a pound of mine own proper store ... / Have I dispursed to the garrisons
AW IV.ii.49 [Diana to Bertram] your own proper wisdom
MM I.i.30 [Duke to Angelo] thy belongings / Are not thine own so proper as to waste / Thyself upon thy virtues
TN V.i.316 [Olivia to Orsino] One day shall crown th'alliance on't ... / Here at my house, and at my proper cost