enteuthen: from here, on each side, thereuponOriginal Word: ἐντεῦθενPart of Speech:
hence, from this place, on this side and on thatDefinition:
hence, from this place, on this side and on that.
NAS Exhaustive ConcordanceWord Origin
akin to enthenDefinition
from here, on each side, thereuponNASB Translation
either side (2), here (4), source (1), this realm (1).
Thayer'sSTRONGS NT 1782: ἐντεῦθενἐντεῦθεν
, adverb of place, from this place, hence
thence): Matthew 17:20 R G
; Luke 4:9
; Luke 13:31
; Luke 16:26 Rec.
; John 2:16
; (John 7:3
); ; ἐντεῦθεν καί ἐντεῦθεν, on the one side and the other, on each side: John 19:18; Revelation 22:2 Rec. (cf. Numbers 22:24; Daniel 12:5 Theod.); metaphorically, hence, i. e. from that cause or origin, from this source, equivalent to ἐκ τούτου (see ἐκ, II. 8), James 4:1 (Winers Grammar, 161 (152); Buttmann, 400 (342)).<1>
from hence, on either side.
From the same as enthade; hence (literally or figuratively); (repeated) on both sides -- (from) hence, on either side.
see GREEK enthade