What is a 'silly woman'?

This term has some religious meaning. "For of this sort are they which creep into houses, and lead captive silly women laden with sins, led away with divers lusts," -2nd Timothy 3:6 The word "silly" in the Greek means "a little woman" (used contemptuously; i.e., without respect; in a disdainful manner). These women (and men) are little people, the wrong crowd, slanderers, living for the pleasures of sin for a moment. *Religious dogma aside; a "silly woman" is simply the opposite gender of a "silly man." *Also note that the term "silly" as defined by the original questioner is translated as such in the KJV, ASV, and a few others. The NIV refers to a "weak-willed" woman, the RSV translates it as a "weak" woman, and the New King James Version renders it as a "gullible" woman.