ὅδε

See also: οδέ

Ancient GreekEdit

Alternative formsEdit

EtymologyEdit

From (ho) +‎ -δε (-de)

PronunciationEdit

 

PronounEdit

ὅδε (hóde)

  1. (demonstrative pronoun, proximal) this
    1. (of place) here
      1. (with verbs of action) here; (possibly) there, yonder
      2. (modifying a personal pronoun)
      3. (with τίς)
      4. (adds precision to adverbs of place and time), just, very
      5. (in Attic dialogue, the masculine and feminine pronouns often refer to the speaker)
      6. (in Aristotle, neuter designates some particular thing)
    2. (of time, to indicate the immediate present)
      1. this present
      2. these
      3. (elliptic with genitive)
    3. (to indicate something before one)
      1. (to indicate something immediately to come) the following
      2. (followed by a relative pronoun)
    4. (adverbial)
      1. (τῇδε)
        1. (of place) here, on the spot
        2. (of the way or manner)
      2. (accusative neuter, τόδε) hither, to this spot
        1. therefore, on this account
      3. (dative neuter plural, τοῖσδε, τοισίδε) in or with these words

Usage notesEdit

The word is similar to, but more deictic than οὗτος (hoûtos), i.e. it refers more distinctly to what is present, what can be seen or pointed out.

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