thélus: femaleOriginal Word: θῆλυς, εια, υPart of Speech:
2338 thḗlys (from thēlē, "the female breast") – properly, a woman with nursing breasts ("one who gives suck"); (figuratively) a mature female who exhibit "sanctified femaleness," glorifying God by reflecting the "other wonderful half" of the divine image (cf. Gen 1:26,27).
NAS Exhaustive ConcordanceWord Origin
from prim. root thé- (to suckle)Definition
female (3), woman (1), women (1).
From the same as thelazo; female -- female, woman.
see GREEK thelazo