Referring to an object when defining its property

Is there a variable that refers to an object at the time that you create a property for it?

For example:

The initial appearance of a person is usually "[The person understood] is here, smiling at you warmly"

“The person understood” doesn’t work, and neither does “The initial appearance of a person (called P)”. Is there a way?

[code]The Lounge is a room.

Bob is a man in the Lounge. Wanda is a woman in the lounge.

The initial appearance of a person is usually “[The printed name] is here, smiling at you warmly.”[/code]

The initial appearance of a person is usually "[The item described] is here, smiling at you warmly".

“The item described” (not person, or any other term, but item) is the equivalent of the I6 variable “self”. As far as I understand, when you’re evaluating a text property of an item, that variable will be set to the item in question.