Talitha cumi

Talitha cumi

(tăl`ĭthə kyo͞o`mī) [Aramaic,=maiden, arise], in the Gospel of St. Mark, the words said by Jesus to the daughter of the ruler of the synagogue as he raised her from the dead. The words are left, and a translation is given, in all the European versions of this Gospel.
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In an episode sub-titled Talitha Cumi, which as everyone knows is New Testament Greek for "Little Girl, Get Up", the 5ft 3in ravishing redhead alone kept her cool in a sci-fi spellbinder.
Among results of that 1983 meeting, a group called Talitha Cumi emerged.
Talitha Cumi is composed mostly of Catholic women, lay and religious, foreign and Peruvian, although Protestant women have also been active members.