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.OT276, 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.OC272: 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.
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 OT7,144, 298, OC182 (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, AP5.128 (Autom.): “προσάγαγε ὧ. τὸν υἱόν σου” Ev.Luc.9.41.