Word Summary
hode: this (referring to what is present)
Original Word: ὅδε
Transliteration: hode
Phonetic Spelling: (hod'-eh)
Part of Speech: Demonstrative Pronoun
Short Definition: this (referring to what is present)
Meaning: this (referring to what is present)
Strong's Concordance
he, she, such, these, thus.

Including the feminine hede (hay'-deh), and the neuter tode (tod'-e) from ho and de; the same, i.e. This or that one (plural these or those); often used as a personal pronoun -- he, she, such, these, thus.

see GREEK ho

see GREEK de

Thayer's Greek Lexicon
STRONGS NT 3592: ὅδε

ὅδε, ἤδη, τόδε (from the old demonstrative pronoun , , τό, and the enclitic δέ) (from Homer down), this one here, Latinhicce, haecce, hocce;

a. it refers to what precedes: Luke 10:39 and Rec. in ; τάδε πάντα, 2 Corinthians 12:19 Griesbach; to what follows: neuter plural τάδε, these (viz. the following) things, as follows, thus, introducing words spoken, Acts 15:23 R G; τάδε λέγει etc., Acts 21:11; Revelation 2:1, 8, 12, 18; Revelation 3:1, 7, 14.

b. εἰς τήνδε τήν πόλιν (where we say into this or that city) (the writer not knowing what particular city the speakers he introduces would name), James 4:13 (cf. Winer's Grammar, 162 (153), who adduces as similar τήνδε τήν ἡμέραν, Plutarch, symp. 1, 6, 1; (but see Lünemann's addition to Winers and especially Buttmann, § 127, 2)).