A somewhat obnoxious way to refer to a young woman; if she were a "young girl" then she wouldn't be much older than seven years of age. Just use "girl" or "maiden" or "young woman" to refer to a woman who is clearly older than twelve years of age; "young girl" and "young maiden" suggest an underage girl.
From "Rent".

"He had the world at his feet
Glory
In the eyes of a young girl
A young girl...

One song
A song about love
Glory
From the soul of a young man
A young man..."

A "young girl" with a "young man"? Isn't that concidered child molestation?
by Lorelili September 01, 2006

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