hothen: from where, for which reasonOriginal Word: ὅθενTransliteration:
(hoth'-en)Part of Speech:
from where, for which reasonMeaning:
from where, for which reason
from thence, whence
From hos with the directive enclitic of source; from which place or source or cause (adverb or conjunction) -- from thence, (from) whence, where(-by, -fore, -upon).
see GREEK hos
Thayer's Greek LexiconSTRONGS NT 3606: ὅθενὅθεν
(from the relative pronoun ὁ
and the enclitic θεν
which denotes motion from a place) (from Homer
down), adverb, from which; whence
; it is used a. of the place from which: Matthew 12:44
; Luke 11:24
; Acts 14:26
; Acts 28:13
; by attraction for ἐκεῖθεν ὅπου
etc., Matthew 25:24, 26
; cf. Buttmann
, § 143, 12; (Winer
s Grammar, 159 (150)).
b. of the source from which a thing is known, from which, whereby: 1 John 2:18.
c. of the cause from which, for which reason, wherefore, on which account (A. V. whereupon (in the first two instances)): Matthew 14:7; Acts 26:19; Hebrews 2:17; Hebrews 3:1; Hebrews 7:25; Hebrews 8:3; Hebrews 9:18; Hebrews 11:19; often in the last three books of Macc.<1>