Found 3 items, similar to here.
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adj : being here now; “is everyone here?”
; “present company
n 1: the present location; this place; “where do we go from
2: queen of the Olympian gods in ancient Greek mythology;
sister and wife of Zeus remembered for her jealously of
the many mortal women Zeus fell in love with; identified
with Roman Juno [syn: Hera
adv 1: in or at this place; where the speaker or writer is; “I work
; “turn here”
; “radio waves received here on
2: in this circumstance or respect or on this point or detail;
“what do we have here?”
; “here I must disagree”
3: to this place (especially toward the speaker); “come here,
] [ant: there
4: at this time; now; “we'll adjourn here for lunch and discuss
the remaining issues this afternoon”
English → English
Hair. [Obs.] --Chaucer.
1. See Her
, their. [Obs.] --Chaucer.
2. Her; hers. See Her
. [Obs.] --Chaucer.
(h[=e]r), adv. [OE. her, AS. h[=e]r; akin to OS.
h[=e]r, D. hier, OHG. hiar, G. hier, Icel. & Goth. h[=e]r,
Dan. her, Sw. h["a]r; fr. root of E. he. See He
1. In this place; in the place where the speaker is; --
opposed to there
He is not here, for he is risen. --Matt.
2. In the present life or state.
Happy here, and more happy hereafter. --Bacon.
3. To or into this place; hither. [Colloq.] See Thither
Here comes Virgil. --B. Jonson.
Thou led'st me here. --Byron.
4. At this point of time, or of an argument; now.
The prisoner here made violent efforts to rise.
Note: Here, in the last sense, is sometimes used before a
verb without subject; as, Here goes, for Now (something
or somebody) goes; -- especially occurring thus in
drinking healths. ``Here's [a health] to thee, Dick.''
Here and there
, in one place and another; in a dispersed
manner; irregularly. “Footsteps here and there.”
It is neither, here nor there
, it is neither in this place
nor in that, neither in one place nor in another; hence,
it is to no purpose, irrelevant, nonsense. --Shak.
, Here \Here\
, pron. pl. [OE. here, hire, AS. heora,
hyra, gen. pl. of h[=e]. See He
Of them; their. [Obs.] --Piers Plowman.
On here bare knees adown they fall. --Chaucer.