Talitha Cumi - Bible References

5 occurrences in 5 dictionaries

Reference: Talitha Cumi

Easton

(Mr 5:41), a Syriac or Aramaic expression, meaning, "Little maid, arise." Peter, who was present when the miracle was wrought, recalled the actual words used by our Lord, and told them to Mark.

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Fausets

Aramaic, "damsel, arise"; Christ's words to Jairus' daughter (Mr 5:41). From talah "a lamb."

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Hastings

The command addressed by our Lord to the daughter of Jairus (Mr 5:41), and interpreted by the Evangelist, 'Maiden, I say unto thee, arise.' The relating of the actual (Aramaic) words used by Jesus is characteristic of St. Mark's graphic narrative; cf. Mr 7:11,34; 14:36; 15:34.

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Morish

Words in the Aramaic language, signifying 'Damsel, arise.' Mr 5:41. In the Syriac version the interpretation is omitted: the words themselves would be understood.

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Smith

Talitha cumi,

two Syriac words,

Mr 5:41

signifying damsel, arise.

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