Word Summary
thygatēr: daughter
Original Word: θυγάτηρ
Transliteration: thygatēr
Phonetic Spelling: (thoo-gat'-air)
Part of Speech: Noun, Feminine
Short Definition: daughter
Meaning: daughter
Strong's Concordance

Apparently a primary word (compare "daughter"); a female child, or (by Hebraism) descendant (or inhabitant) -- daughter.

Thayer's Greek Lexicon
STRONGS NT 2364: θυγάτηρ

θυγάτηρ, genitive θυγατρός, dative θυγατρί, accusative θυγατέρα, vocative θύγατερ, plural θυγατέρες, accusative θυγατέρας, (of the same root as Gothicdauhtar, English daughter, German Tochter (Curtius, § 318; Vanicek, p. 415)); Hebrew בַּת; (from Homer down); a daughter: properly, Matthew 9:18; Matthew 10:35, 37; Matthew 15:22; Acts 7:21, etc. improperly,

a. the vocative (or nominative as vocative cf. Winers Grammar, § 29, 2; Buttmann, § 129 a. 5; WH's Appendix, p. 158) in kindly address: Matthew 9:22; Mark 5:34 (L Tr WH θυγάτηρ); Luke 8:48 (Tr WH θυγάτηρ) (see υἱός 1 a. at the end, τέκνον, b. α.).

b. in phrases modeled after the Hebrew: α. a daughter of God i. e. acceptable to God, rejoicing in God's peculiar care and protection: 2 Corinthians 6:18 (Isaiah 43:6; Wis. 9:7; see υἱός τοῦ Θεοῦ 4, τέκνον b. γ.). β. with the name of a place, city, or region, it denotes collectively all its inhabitants and citizens (very often so in the O. T., as Isaiah 37:22; Jeremiah 26:19 (); Zephaniah 3:14, etc.); in the N. T. twice θυγάτηρ Σιών, i. e. inhabitants of Jerusalem: Matthew 21:5; John 12:15 (Isaiah 1:8; Isaiah 10:32; Zechariah 9:9, etc.; see Σιών, 2). γ. θυγατέρες Ἱερουσαλήμ, women of Jerusalem: Luke 23:28. δ. female descendant: αἱ θυγατερς Ἀαρών, women of Aaron's posterity, Luke 1:5; θυγαττερ Ἀβραάμ daughter of Abraham, i. e. a woman tracing her descent from Abraham, Luke 13:16 (4 Macc 15:28 (25); Genesis 28:8; Genesis 36:2; Judges 11:40; Isaiah 16:2, etc.).