Maid, Maiden, Maidservant - Vine's Expository Dictionary of New Testament Words

Maid, Maiden, Maidservant

[ 1,,G3816, pais ]
a child," denotes "a maid" or "maiden" in Luke 8:51, Luke 8:54, RV, "maiden" in both places. See CHILD, MANSERVANT, SERVANT, SON, YOUNG MAN.

[ 2,,G3814, paidiske ]
a diminutive of No. 1, is translated "maid," "maid," in the AV and RV in Mark 14:66, Mark 14:69; Luke 22:56; in the RV (AV, "damsel"), in Matthew 26:69; John 18:17; Acts 12:13; Acts 16:16; in Luke 12:45, "maidservants" (AV "maidens"); in Galatians 4:22-Galatians 4:23, Galatians 4:30-Galatians 4:31, RV, "handmaid" (AV, "bondmaid" or "bondwoman"). See BONDMAID, DAMSEL.

[ 3,,G2877, korasion ]
a colloquial, familiar term, is translated "maid" in Matthew 9:24-Matthew 9:25, AV (RV, "damsel"). See DAMSEL, No. 1.

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