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Vine's Expository Dictionary of NT Words [1]

1: Ὧδε (Strong'S #5602 — Adverb — hode — ho'-deh )

primarily an adverb of manner, then, of place, (a) of "motion" or "direction towards a place," e.g.,  Matthew 8:29;  Mark 11:3;  Luke 9:41;  John 6:25; (b) of "position;" See Here , Place.

2: Ἐνθάδε (Strong'S #1759 — Adverb — enthade — en-thad'-eh )

has the same meaning as No. 1; "hither,"  John 4:15,16;  Acts 17:6;  25:17 . See Here.


Webster's Dictionary [2]

(1): ( a.) Applied to time: On the hither side of, younger than; of fewer years than.

(2): ( a.) Being on the side next or toward the person speaking; nearer; - correlate of thither and farther; as, on the hither side of a hill.

(3): ( adv.) To this point, source, conclusion, design, etc.; - in a sense not physical.

(4): ( adv.) To this place; - used with verbs signifying motion, and implying motion toward the speaker; correlate of hence and thither; as, to come or bring hither.

King James Dictionary [3]

HITH'ER, adv.

1. To this place used with verbs signifying motion as, to come hither to proceed hither to bring hither. 2. Hither and thither, to this place and that. 3. To this point to this argument or topic to this end. Little used and not to be encouraged.

Hither we refer whatever belongs to the highest perfection of man.

HITH'ER, a. Nearest towards the person speaking as on the hither side of a hill the hither end of the building.