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Forms of the word
κοράσιον, ου, τό
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(little) girl
a girl, damsel, maiden, Mt. 9:24, 25; 14:11; Mk. 5:41, 42; 6:22, 28*

Greek-English Concordance for κοράσιον

Matthew 9:24 he said, “Leave now, for the girl (korasion | κοράσιον | nom sg neut) is not dead but only sleeping.” And they began to ridicule him.
Matthew 9:25 But when the crowd had been removed, Jesus went in and took her by the hand, and the girl (korasion | κοράσιον | nom sg neut) arose.
Matthew 14:11 And his head was brought on a platter and given to the girl (korasiō | κορασίῳ | dat sg neut), and she brought it to her mother.
Mark 5:41 And taking hold of the child’s hand, child’s he said to her, “Talitha koum!” which means, “Little girl (korasion | κοράσιον | voc sg neut), I say to you, arise.”
Mark 5:42 And the little (korasion | κοράσιον | nom sg neut) girl (korasion | κοράσιον | nom sg neut) got up at once and began to walk; for she was twelve years old. And immediately they were utterly amazed.
Mark 6:22 When the daughter Herodias came in and danced, she pleased Herod and his dinner companions. The king said to the young (korasiō | κορασίῳ | dat sg neut) girl, “Ask me for whatever you wish, and I will give it to you.”
Mark 6:28 and brought his head on a platter and gave it to the young (korasiō | κορασίῳ | dat sg neut) girl. She in turn gave it to her mother.