Vine's Expository Dictionary of NT Words 
"he himself and no other," emphatic, e.g., Matthew 1:21 , where the RV brings out the emphasis by the rendering "it is He;" Matthew 3:11 (last clause), where the repeated "He" brings out the emphasis; in some cases it can be marked only by a circumlocution which would not constitute a translation, e.g., Matthew 8:24; this use is very frequent, especially in the Gospels, the Epistles of John and the Apocalypse; see also, e.g., Ephesians 2:14; 4:11; 5:23,27 . See Same , Self , This , Very.
"this, this person here," is always emphatic; it is used with this meaning, sometimes to refer to what precedes, e.g., Matthew 5:19 , "he (shall be called great);" John 6:46 , "he (hath seen);" often rendered "this," e.g., Romans 9:9 , or "this man," e.g., Matthew 27:58 , RV; James 1:25; "the same," e.g., Luke 9:48 . See That , This , These.
denotes "that one, that person" (in contrast to No. 2); its use marks special distinction, favorable or unfavorable; this form of emphasis should always be noted; e.g., John 2:21 "(But) He (spake);" John 5:19 , "(what things soever) He (doeth);" John 7:11; 2—Corinthians 10:18 , lit., "for not he that commendeth himself, he (ekeinos) is approved;" 2—Timothy 2:13 , "He (in contrast to "we") abideth faithful;" 1—John 3:3 , "(even as) He (is pure);" 1—John 3:5 , "He (was manifested);" 1—John 3:7 , "He (is righteous);" 1—John 3:16 , "He laid down;" 1—John 4:17 , "(as) He (is)." See Other , That , This.
Acts 4:35 Hebrews 10:28
King James Dictionary 
HE, pronoun of the third person nom. he poss.his obj. him. L. id, for hid hic.
1. A pronoun, a substitute for the third person, masculine gender, representing the man or male person named before.
Thy desire shall be to thy husband, and he shall rule over thee. Genesis 3
Thou shalt fear Jehovah thy God him shalt thou serve. Deuteronomy 10
2. It often has reference to a person that is named in the subsequent part of the sentence. He is the man. 3. He is often used without reference to any particular person, and may be referred to any person indefinitely that answers the description. It is then synonymous with any man.
He that walketh with wise men, shall be wise. Proverbs 13
4. He, when a substitute for man in its general sense, expressing mankind, is of common gender, representing, like its antecedent, the whole human race.
My Spirit shall not always strive with man, for that he also is flesh. Genesis 6
5. Man a male.
I stand to answer thee, or any he the proudest of thy sort.
In this use of he, in the ludicrous style, the word has no variation of case. In the foregoing sentence, he is in the objective case, or position, and the word is to be considered as a noun.
6. He is sometimes prefixed to the names of animals to designate the male kind, as a he-goat, a he-bear. In such cases, he is to be considered as an adjective, or the two words as forming a compound.
Webster's Dictionary 
(1): ( obj.) The man or male being (or object personified to which the masculine gender is assigned), previously designated; a pronoun of the masculine gender, usually referring to a specified subject already indicated.
(2): ( obj.) Man; a male; any male person; - in this sense used substantively.
(3): ( obj.) Any one; the man or person; - used indefinitely, and usually followed by a relative pronoun.
Holman Bible Dictionary 
1 Chronicles 4:33-40 Psalm 119:1Writing
Hastings' Dictionary of the Bible 
HE . The fifth letter of the Hebrew alphabet, and as such used in the 119th Psalm to designate the 5th part, each verse of which begins with this letter.
International Standard Bible Encyclopedia 
hā ( ה a as "h." It came also to be used for the number 5. For name, etc., see Alphabet .