enteuthen: from here, on each side, thereuponOriginal Word: ἐντεῦθενTransliteration:
(ent-yoo'-then)Part of Speech:
from here, on each side, thereuponMeaning:
from here, on each side, thereupon
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
Thayer's Greek LexiconSTRONGS 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>