hóde: so, to here, hereOriginal Word: ὧδεPart of Speech:
here, the things here, what is here, what is going on here, the state of affairs here.
NAS Exhaustive ConcordanceWord Origin
demonstrative adverb from hode,Definition
so, to here, hereNASB Translation
here (56), there (1), this case (2), this place (1).
Thayer'sSTRONGS NT 5602: ὧδεὧδε
, adverb (from ὅδε
1. so, in this manner (very often in Homer).
2. adverb of place;
a. hither, to this place (Homer, Iliad 18, 399. Od 1 182; 17, 545; cf. Buttmann, 71 (62f) (cf. Winers Grammar, § 54, 7; but its use in Homer of place is now generally denied; see Ebeling, Lex. Homer, under the word, p. 484b; Liddell and Scott, under the word, II.)): Matthew 8:29; Matthew 14:18 (Tr marginal reading brackets ὧδε); ; Mark 11:3; Luke 9:41; Luke 14:21; Luke 19:27; John 6:25; John 20:27; Acts 9:21; Revelation 4:1; Revelation 11:12 (the Sept. for הֲלֹם, Exodus 3:5; Judges 18:3; Ruth 2:14); ἕως ὧδε (even unto this place), Luke 23:5.
b. here, in this place: Matthew 12:6, 41; Matthew 14:17; Mark 9:1, 5; Mark 16:6; Luke 9:33; Luke 22:38; Luke 24:6 (WH reject the clause); John 6:9; John 11:21, 32, and often (the Sept. for פֹּה); τά ὧδε, the things that are done here, Colossians 4:9; ὧδε, in this city, Acts 9:14; in this world, Hebrews 13:14; opposed to ἐκεῖ (here, i. e. according to the Levitical law still in force; there, i. e. in the passage in Genesis concerning Melchizedek), Hebrews 7:8; ὧδε with some addition, Matthew 14:8; Mark 6:3; Mark 8:4; Luke 4:23; ὧδε ὁ Χριστός, ἤ ὧδε, here is Christ, or there (so A. V., but R. V. here is the Christ, or, Here (cf. ὧδε καί ὧδε, hither and thither, Exodus 2:12 etc.)), Matthew 24:23; ᾠδή ἤ ... ἐκεῖ, Mark 13:21 (T WH omit ἤ; Tr marginal reading reads καί); Luke 17:21, 23 (here T Tr WH marginal reading ἐκεῖ ... ὧδε (WH text ἐκεῖ ἤ ... ὧδε)); James 2:3 (here Rec. ἐκεῖ ἤ ... ὧδε; G L T Tr WH omit ὧδε (WH text and margin varying the place of ἐκεῖ)). Metaphorically, in this thing, Revelation 13:10, 18; Revelation 14:12; Revelation 17:9 (the phrase ὧδε ἐστιν in at least two of these passages (viz., Revelation 13:18; Revelation 14:12) seems to be equivalent to 'here there is opportunity for', 'need of' etc. (so in Epictetus diss. 3, 22, 105)); in this state of things, under these circumstances, 1 Corinthians 4:2 L (who, however, connects it with 1 Corinthians 4:1) T Tr WH; cf. Meyer at the passage
here, hither, in this place, there.
From an adverb form of hode; in this same spot, i.e. Here or hither -- here, hither, (in) this place, there.
see GREEK hode