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Old & New Testament Greek Lexical Dictionary
Strong's #5602 - ὧδε
Att. also ὡδί (q. v.), demonstr. Adv. of ὅδε:
I of Manner, in this wise, thus, sts. so very, so exceedingly, freq. from Hom. downwards: in Hom. usu. before the Verb, but after it in Il. 1.181, 574, 10.91, 18.392; Pl. and X. mostly place it after the Verb: — in construction ὧδε is answered by ὡς, so.., as.., Il. 3.300, Od. 19.312: answering ὥς περ, Il. 6.478, cf. S. OT 276, etc.: folld. by a relat., τίς ὧδε τλησικάρδιος, ὅτῳ..; A. Pr. 160 (lyr.); by εἰ, δοκῶ μοι ὧδε ἂν μᾶλλον πιθέσθαι σοι, εἴ μοι δείξειας.. Pl. Cra. 391a; εἰ φρονῶν ἔπρασσον, οὐδ' ἂν ὧδ' ἐγιγνόμην κακός S. OC 272: c. part., δύαις τε καμφθεὶς ὧδε δεσμὰ φυγγάνω A. Pr. 513: ὧδέπως is freq. in Att., Pl. R. 393d, X. Mem. 2.1.21, etc.; also in later Prose, Luc. Herm. 32, etc.
2. of a State or Condition, as it is, πρόμολ' ὧ. come forth just as thou art, Il. 18.392, cf. Od. 1.182, 2.28 (rightly so taken by Aristarch. ap. Sch.A Il. 2.271, cf. Sch.A Il. 18.392: v. infr. 11); στρεύγεσθαι ὧδ' ἄτως Il. 15.513, cf. 10.91.
3. of something following, thus, as follows, esp. to introduce quoted words, Il. 1.181 (where it follows the verb), Od. 2.111, Hes. Op. 203, etc.; ὧδ' ἠμείψατο S. Ph. 378: sts. referring to what goes before, Hdt. 5.2.
4. pleon., τόσον ὧδ' ἐβόησας Od. 9.403; ὧδε.. τῇδε S. El. 1301.
5. c. gen., γένους μὲν ἥκεις ὧ. τοῖσδε (where ἥκεις = προσήκεις) E. Heracl. 213.
II of Place, hither, cf. ὅδε 1: Aristarch. denied this usage in Hom. altogether (cf. Sch.A Il. 2.271, Apollon. Lex. s.v. ὧδε, A.D. Adv. 178.25, Eust. 792.2, al.); and most of the passages taken in this sense may be referred to signf. 1.1 or 2, just as you see, v. supr. 1.2: but hither seems prob. in Od. 17.544, Il. 12.346, 10.537: examples of ὧδε, hither, are found in Trag. (esp. in S., as OT 7, 144, 298, OC 182 (lyr.), 841 (lyr.), 1206, 1547, Tr. 402); also in Com., as ἴτω τις ὧ. Ar. Av. 229 (lyr.); and later, as Herod. 1.49; χιλίας ὧ. καὶ χιλίας ὧδ' ἐμβαλεῖν Id. 5.48; ὧ. χὦδε χασκεύσῃ Id. 4.42; ὧδε καὶ ὧδε this way and that, AP 5.128 (Autom.): προσάγαγε ὧ. τὸν υἱόν σου Luke 9:41.
2. here, Herod. 2.98; εἰσὶν ὧ. πρὸς ἡμᾶς they are here with us, Mark 6:3; ὧ. κἀκεῖ Plu. 2.34a, cf. Mark 13:21 : τηνεῖ δρύες, ὧδε (v.l. ἠδὲ) κύπειρος Theoc. 1.106, cf. 120, 121: so Cratin. 54 (anap.) acc. to Phot. (but v. Kock).
1. prop., of manner, so (Hom., al.).
2. In poets (rarely) and late writers, of place,
(a) hither (Bl., § 25, 2): Matthew 8:29, Mark 11:3, Luke 9:41, John 6:25, al.; ἕωσ ὧδε , Luke 23:5;
(b) here: Matthew 12:6, Mark 9:1, Luke 9:33, John 6:9, al.; τὰ . ὧδε , Colossians 4:9; opp. to ἐκεῖ , Hebrews 7:8; ὧδε . . . ἢ ὧδε (ἐκεῖ ), Matthew 24:23, Mark 13:21; metaph., here (i.e. in this circumstance or connection), 1 Corinthians 4:2, Revelation 13:10; Revelation 13:18; Revelation 14:12; Revelation 17:9.
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