Here - Vine's Expository Dictionary of New Testament Words


[ 1,,G5602, hode ]
an adverb signifying
(a) here" (of place), e.g., Matthew 12:6; Mark 9:1; used with the neuter plural of the article, Colossians 4:9, "(all) things (that are done) here," lit., "(all) the (things) here;" in Matthew 24:23, hode is used in both parts, hence the RV, "Lo, here (is the Christ, or) Here;" in Mark 13:21 hode is followed by ekei, "there." The word is used metaphorically in the sense of "in this circumstance," or connection, in 1 Corinthians 4:2; Revelation 13:10, Revelation 13:18; Revelation 14:12; Revelation 17:9. See HITHER.

[ 2,,G1759, enthade ]
has the same meanings as No. 1; "here" in Luke 24:41; Acts 16:28; Acts 25:24. See HITHER (John 4:15-John 4:16; Acts 25:17).

[ 3,,G847, autou ]
the genitive case of autos, "self," signifies "just here" in Matthew 26:36. See THERE, No. 5.

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