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ἐνθένδε , Adv.
A.hence, Il.8.527, Od.11.69, etc.; from this quarter, i. e. from people here, S.OT125; . τὰ δίκαια ἀρξόμεθα λαμβάνειν, i. e. from you, X.An.7.7.17; καλῶς τά γ᾽ . all's well on this side, E.Or. 1278; opp. κάτωθεν, Pl.Phdr.229b; “ὡς . ἰδεῖνId.Plt.289d; “ἤρξατο . ποθένId.Euthd.275d, cf. Smp.178a; ἐνθένδ᾽ αὐτόθεν from this very city, Ar.Ach.116: with Verbs of motion, τοὺς . ἐκεῖσε πορεῦσαι carry those here, i. e. in this world, thither, Pl.Phd.107e, cf. Ap.40c; . στρατός the army from this place, i. e. the Athen. army, E.Supp.695; “οἱ . ἑταῖροιX.Cyr.2.4.16.
2. of Time or Consequence, from that time, Th.2.1; τὸ . or “τοὐνθ.thereafter, S.Ph.895, E.IT91; τοὐνθ. or τἀνθ. what followed, the event,τοὐνθ. δεινὸν ἦν θέαμ᾽ ἰδεῖνId.Med.1167, cf. S.OT1267, El.1307.
3..from the following point of view, Pl. Tht.178a; “. ἂν γίγνοιτο γνώριμονJul.Or.4.136c.
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