To this place; used in place of the more dated hither. (adverb)
In this context. (adverb)
At this point in the argument or narration. (adverb)
filler after a noun or demonstrative pronoun, solely for emphasis (adjective)
filler after a demonstrative pronoun but before the noun it modifies, solely for emphasis (adjective)
used for emphasis at the beginning of a sentence when expressing an opinion or want. (interjection)
An army, host (noun)
A hostile force (noun)
An invading army, either that of the enemy, or the national troops serving abroad. Compare fyrd. (noun)
An enemy, individual enemy (noun)
Examples of word here
_theeÃ¤zam here, theeÃ¤zamy here_, and _thizzam here_ for these, or these here; and sometimes without the pleonastic and unnecessary _here_.
And we knew there was a market here that was famous..here is a water color.
â€œSomething moves, not because at one moment it is here and another there, but because at one and the same moment it is here and not here, because in this Ëœhereâ„¢, it at once is and is notâ€ (1831, p. 440).
An alternative, dialetheic account of motion, which takes at face value the aforementioned Hegelian idea that â€œSomething moves, not because at one moment it is here and another there, but because at one and the same moment it is here and not here, because in this Ëœhereâ„¢, it at once is and is notâ€, is exposed in Priest, 1987, Ch. 12.
Â“You have one here, you have one back hereÂ—Â“ Â“Oh, I didnÂ’t even know about that, yeah.